Days You Need to Visit France Properly

France is a beautiful country! It is advised that for anyone visiting France such plans should be stretched to about 10 days of exploration and adventure.

10 days are roughly enough for one to get to a few different geographical sites via train, plane or road at a relaxed pace.

For those who do not want to use the plane or train, automobiles can be their best bet to have a good time. They could hire cars at affordable prices. This can be done online too.

When dealing with online sites, however, it is prudent that one reads honest reviews from consumers of similar products. This helps one get to have the best products.

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If you have decided to have a 10 day trip, below are suggestions to your bucket list on where to visit;

1. Paris

This is the capital of France and is a place you probably cannot afford to miss exploring.

It has the tallest structure in the whole of France, the Eiffel Tower which so happens to be among the 7 wonders of the world.

Paris also has the traditional elegant riverboats which can be enjoyed on the Seine, the waters referred to as the artery running through the heart of Paris.

Further Paris houses the Louvre Museum, Montmartre neighbourhood and medieval lle de la cite which are sites worth checking. With elegant resorts, hotels and motels, relaxing in Paris for 2 days is probably a good idea.

2. The Cote d Azur

This is also known as the French Rivera. It is a strategic area on the Mediterranean stretching roughly from Saint Tropez to Menton.

 It is a very high class and fashionable seaside resort destination with very conducive weather, museums, cobble streets and palm-fringed thoroughfare.

This landmark also has cool beaches and an old town to enjoy. Accommodation is spectacular. 2 days ought to be spent here.

3. Nice

This city discovered in the 1820s is one of the best places to visit in France.

It has a distinctive Italian aura with some vibrant Mediterranean energy.

One should visit to walk the cobble street of Vieille Ville, the maze of narrow alleyways.

Further, it is fulfilling to walk along the Promenade des Anglais which has cool beaches.

Nice also has Parc de la Colline du Chateau (Castle Hill Park) and the Musee Matisse which is a site rich in history.

This is the tip of the iceberg of what you might find in this place and a visit should take at least two days.

4. Honfleur

This is a very charming town with a very picturesque old harbour.

 One of this place’s attractions is the Musee De La Marine (Maritime Museum) that dates to as far as the 14th century.

 It is said that Honfleur is so enchanting people often forget it was originally built for trade.

You could visit the Vieux Bassin which has front row homes and accommodation resorts overlooking the boats.

It is rich in art and beauty. 2 days here will be worth it.

5. Bayeux Tapestry 

This is an ancient town popular for the Bayeux Museum. This museum displays the Bayeux Tapestry.

The Bayeux Tapestry depicts the conquest of England in 1066 by the Duke of Normandy through the battle of Hastings.

The special culture and history of the Bayeux made UNESCO inscribe it as ‘Memoir du Monde’ designation.

In addition to the tapestry, there is the old town of Bayeux. This is a world with enchanting medieval half-timbered houses and elegant mansions.

At the centre of this old town is the Cathedrale Notre dame. This architectural structure is termed as one of the most gothic art and craft designs in the whole of Europe.

 It is a masterpiece from the 11th to the 15th century and flamboyantly synchronizes Romanesque and gothic elements.

Another positive addition to this site is that accommodation in this part of the world is the least of your problems as there are guesthouses and resorts such as Hotel Reine Mathilde with luxurious spaces offering the best of Hospitality.

2 days here will serve you justice. Even though 10 days might be sufficient for you to satisfactorily visit France, no one can ever get enough of France.