France, one of the most popular destinations in the world, will charm with its multiple landscapes, the diversity of its monuments, and its emblematic gastronomy.
Pack your bags and go to the destination of your dreams where you can enjoy a getaway in the vineyards of Bordeaux, a moment of relaxation on the beaches of Nice, a cruise off the coast of La Rochelle…
we have made you a list that will help you learn more about the best cities to visit in France.
while it’s Chilly in appearance, Lille is actually a very warm city where art and history are very appreciated.
Revealing a silhouette of Flemish appearance in its historic district, the northern city is particularly appreciated for the Old Stock Exchange which overlooks the famous Grand Place where the column of the Goddess rises.
History lovers will find their happiness in Lille through the Palais Rihour, the Palais des Beaux-Arts, the Vauban citadel or the Comtesse hospice.
Also known as the city of light, the city of lovers, the capital of fashion, Paris, is a very seductive destination. Guarded by the arches of the Eiffel Tower, the French capital is rich in cultural treasures including the Invalides dome, Notre-Dame cathedral, the Louvre museum..
Do not miss visiting the Tuileries garden, the banks of the Seine, or the alleys of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where a beautiful bucolic walk awaits you.
You can also go to the mythical avenue of the Champs-Elysées or the Arc de Triomphe, discover the district of La Défense or simply relax on the Place des Vosges.
Crossed by the Alsace Wine Route, Strasbourg plunges its visitors into a fairy tale through its small canals and flowery alleys that adorn its city center. famed for its district of Petite France, the Alsatian city is also known for its Christmas market, one of the best markets in France.
Strasbourg, the City of Art and History will seduce you through the sketches of Notre-Dame Cathedral whose arrow reaches 142 meters high. In Strasbourg, don’t miss the restaurants where you can taste the deliciousflambé pie, Alsace beer, gingerbread, baeckeoffe…
Taking place on the Atlantic coast, La Rochelle enchants its visitors with its soft climate.
after having crossed the medieval towers of its Old Port, private mansions, Renaissance mansions, and old half-timbered houses in its historic center, one discovers that it’s excellently a maritime city.
you can go to the Museum of the New World which will tell you the history of between La Rochelle and the Americas.
Radiant with colors on the occasion of its famous Festival of Lights, the ancient capital of Gaul is rocked by the waters of the Rhone and the Saône.
In the Old Lyon, you can admire the famous traboules of the Croix-Rousse, small inner courtyards that cross the buildings before visiting the hill of Fourvière.
Located in the center of Lyon, the Basilica of Saint-Martin d’Ainay invites you to discover its treasures before taking a gourmet break in the corks where you will be served barboton, sapper apron, bugnes lyonnaises..
Bordeaux is well appreciated for the beauty of its landscapes as for its culture and gastronomy.
Dominated by the two steeples of the Saint-André cathedral, the Burgundian city also enjoys beautiful proximity with the Dune du Pilat and the Arcachon basin.
in Bordeaux, you will have to take a step back from the banks of the Garonne and especially from the Stone Bridge to enjoy a beautiful panorama of the monuments that constellate the city center such as the Museum of FineArts, the Port of the Moon, the Pey Berland Tower…
As a popular destination in the south of France, Nice makes the world dream of its beaches, luxury shops, and gourmet restaurants.
Bordered by the Promenade des Anglais, the pearl of the French Riviera, Nice, combines the sweetness of Provence and the Italian way of life.
The capital of the French Riviera is also home to many museums such as the Masséna Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Matisse Museum.
Do not leave Nice without visiting the Bellet vineyard or without refreshing yourself at the foot of the waterfalls that line the Gairaut canal.
Also known as the pink city, Toulouse is famous for the terracotta bricks that adorn its city center and give it this iconic color.
Let yourself be charmed by the sweetness of life that reigns in the cobbled streets of Toulouse or take a break in the history of its museums such as the Aeroscopia, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Abattoirs Museum…
You can also discover the Basilica Saint-Sernin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or the City of Space that will seduce lovers of aeronautics and space exploration.
The capital of Languedoc-Roussillon, Montpellier, is a great place to discover and enjoy a panoramic view.
Cross the Arc de Triomphe to reach the Crest, the historic center of Montpellier, and the Place de la Comédie, one of the largest pedestrian squares in Europe.
Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the sun of the Mediterranean or to visit the shopping center Polygone, the Antigone district, and the banks of the Lez.
Montpellier is also the cradle of medicine where you can see the sketches of its history through the Museum of Anatomy, the Faculty of Medicine, or the Garden of Plants.
Belonging to the oldest cities of France, Marseille is bordered by the waters of the Mediterranean where sailboats come to take refuge in the Old Port.
Along the waterfront, you can soak up the lively atmosphere near the fish market. It is also in this area that you can see the Olympique de Marseille, the city’s football team.
you can also walk along Rue de la Canebière, climb up from the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Basilica, which overlooks Marseille at 162 meters and enjoy the view of the Longchamp Palace below.