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8 Famous Tourist Attractions in France

France could be the best choice when you want to vacation. France is Europe's famous tourist destination, and not surprisingly because it is a country that offers many tourist attractions of the famous historical monuments and other sites. in France Visitors can enjoy historic cities, a lovely village, the castles of the Loire Valley and Brittany and Normandy.

In Addition, France offers an agreeable climate, some excellent beaches on the French Riviera, the Atlantic coast and the island of Corsica, wide possibilities for winter sports, most Notably in the Alps and the Pyrenees, and a rich culture with food and wines That Among are the most Celebrated in the world. France abounds with arts and culture, with a wealth of concerts and other musical events throughout the year.
Here is some famous tourist attractions you can see in France :

Eiffel Tower


The Eiffel Tower is a symbol of Paris and one of the top tourist attractions in France. The tower was built by Gustave Eiffel as the entrance arch for the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889. Since its construction more than 200,000,000 people have visited the Eiffel Tower making it the most visited paid tourist attraction in the world.


Chamonix is a famous tourist attraction of ski resort in the French Alps at the foot of Mont Blanc. It was the site of the first Winter Olympic games in 1924. In winter world-class skiers and boarders push themselves to extremes on Europe’s most challenging slopes while in the summer months Chamonix is a mecca for alpine mountaineers and mountain bikers.

Mont Saint Michel


Mont Saint Michel is a small tidal island located just off the coast of Normandy. A spectacular and well-preserved Norman Benedictine Abbey of St Michel stands at the peak of the rocky island, surrounded by the winding streets and convoluted architecture of the medieval town.

Palace of Versailles 


Built in 1624 by Louis XIII, the Palace of Versailles remained the official residence of the Kings of France until October 1789 when the royal family was forced to return to Paris during the French Revolution.

St Tropez

Located on the French Riviera, St Tropez is known for its famous and extremely wealthy summer guests. It has been dubbed the playground of the jetset, fashion models, and millionaires. Outside peak summer there are less celebrities to spot but you’ll also instantly appreciate what lured artists, writers and film makers to this picturesque village.

Gorge du Verdon 


The Gorge du Verdon is a 25 kilometer (15 miles) long canyon and rises a spectacular 700 meters (2,300 feet) from the Verdon river below. The river, which is named after its startling green emerald color, is one of the Gorge du Verdon’s most beautiful features. Water sport opportunities here include rafting, kayaking, sailing and water skiing. Thi is would be amazing tourist attractions that you can enjoy.

Chateau de Chambord 


This second most visited château in France (after Versailles), is a masterpiece of the French Renaissance. Construction of the Chateau de Chambord started in 1519 by King François I so he could hunt in the nearby forests. The cold and massive 440 rooms of the Château made it unpopular as an actual residence and François I himself stayed here for less than 40 days in total.

Dune of Pyla


Located in the in the Arcachon Bay area, the Dune of Pyla is the tallest sand dune in Europe. At the summit of the dune the view is spectacular with the Atlantic coast and the inlet of the bay on one side and a large pine forest on another.

This is only a few of the many attractions that have not been mentioned. Hopefully this information can help you to make decisions on holiday to France.