TOP 30 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN FRANCE (Over 90 Million Travelers, visit these places, every year)

France is world’s most popular tourist destination welcoming more than 90 million tourists per year from worldwide. 1. Eiffel Tower Top Tourist Attraction in Paris, France. Gustave Eiffel has built 324 meters (1,063 feet) tall Eiffel Tower, as the entrance…

TOP 30 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN FRANCE (Over 90 Million Travelers, visit these places, every year)

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France is world’s most popular tourist destination welcoming more than 90 million tourists per year from worldwide.

1. Eiffel Tower
Top Tourist Attraction in Paris, France. Gustave Eiffel has built 324 meters (1,063 feet) tall Eiffel Tower, as the entrance arch for the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889.

2. Louvre Museum
World’s Most visited National Museum of France is Louvre Museum, having collection of Art and Ancient Civilization to the 19th Century.

3. St Tropez
Saint-Tropez is a popular town on French Riviera, well known for celebrities, famous clubs, glamour, luxury yachts parties, colorful houses and chic cafés.

4. Chamonix & Mont-Blanc
One of the oldest ski resorts at the foot of Mont Blanc. Ride the “Aiguille du midi” Cable Car, to reach Top of Mont-Blanc at 4810 m.

5. Palace of Versailles
Well known for The Hall of Mirrors, King’s Grand Apartments, Museum of the History of France, explore the Château de Versailles and its gardens, musical fountain show and the Grand Trianon.

6. Mont Saint-Michel
Situated on small tidal island, located at the border of Brittany and Normandy regions, surrounded by water and can only be accessed at low tide.

7. Gorge du Verdon
Considered as one of the most beautiful river canyons and must-see natural wonders of Europe.

8. Chateau de Chambord
A masterpiece of the French Renaissance, constructed in 1519 by King François I so he could hunt in the nearby forests.

9. Palais des Papes
Located in Avignon, the Palais des Papes is one of the largest and most significant medieval Gothic buildings in Europe.

10. Dune of Pyla
Located in the Arcachon Bay area and 60 km from Bordeaux, the Dune of Pyla is the tallest sand dune in Europe.

11. Chartres Cathedral/Our Lady of Chartres
Has porches adorned with fine sculptures and the magnificent 12th and 13th century stained-glass windows, all in remarkable condition.

12. Carcassonne Castle
UNESCO listed Cité de Carcassonne is a medieval citadel that contains the Carcassonne Castle, Saint Nazaire Basilica, and medieval houses.

13. Pont du Gard
UNESCO listed Old Roman bridge that crosses the River Gardon in southern France, built in first century AD.

14. Palace of Fontainebleau
Masterpiece of French Architecture and former hunting lodge, in use since the 12th century, is the place where Napoleon abdicated his emperorship before being exiled to Elba.

15. Bordeaux Wine Regions
Must-visit tourist destination for wine lovers, producing some of the world’s greatest red wines.

16. Annecy
The medieval Château d’Annecy, with museum of regional artifacts such as Alpine furniture and religious art, Old town, 27 sq km lake, beautiful mountains of Annecy.

17. Promenade des Anglais
Built by the English people who were making Nice their winter sun spot of choice at the beginning of the 19th century.

18. Strasbourg Old Town
Strasbourg is a charming town and major hub not only for tourists, but also a business, commercial, shopping and cultural center.

19. Reims Cathedral
Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral was constructed in 1211 – 1516, and great architecture of Gothic art.

20. Etretat Cliffs
Etretat is famous tourist destination, for its three natural rock arches and white chalk cliffs.

21. Bonifacio, Corsica
Harbor town on the south-east of the French island of Corsica, known for its rich history, lively marina and medieval cliff top citadel.

22. Vieux Lyon
On the River Saône, well known for its historical and architectural landmarks and is a popular UNESCO Site

23. Camargue National Park
Large UNESCO designated biosphere reserve, opened all year, and place where man lives alongside nature, animals like horses, bulls and pink flamingos.

24. Val d’Isere
Val-d’Isère is a beautiful in French Alps, neighboring Italy. This area is opened each year from November to May months for Skiing and rest of the year for hiking.

25. Cannes
Popular for Cannes Festival, until 2003 called the International Film Festival and known in English as the Cannes Film Festival, heal annually at French Riviera.

26. Epernay Champagne
Travelers who love wine tasting experience, will definitely enjoy a visit to Epernay, a small town south of Reims, famous for its variety of top champagnes.

27. Le Puy-en-Velay
Famous for its cathedral – which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the statue of Notre Dame de France, lentils and making hand-made lace.

28. Chateau de Chenonceau
UNESCO-listed castle, and perhaps the most well-known French chateau in the Loire Valley, spans the River Cher, with passageways for boats at the bottom and looks like the scene of a fairy tale like Castle.

29. Disneyland Theme Parks
Disneyland is among one of the most visited place in Europe, and leading theme park attractions, specially by families and children’s.

30. Arc De Triomphe
“Triumphal Arch of the Star”, is counted as the most popular monument in Paris. It was erected in 1806, way before the Eiffel Tower by the designer Jean Chalgrinis.

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