Top 5 Tourist Places in France to visit this 2019

France is undoubtedly one of the European countries worthy of travel because in it you will find endless options to meet and enjoy a luxury vacation. The amount of church temples with Renaissance, Baroque and classic styles that exist there is impressive.

 It is a nation that is full of history, dream landscapes, and unique cuisine. Of course, it is the nation of fashion and the most exquisite wines that you can try since it has 17 regions of more than one hundred thousand hectares of vineyards.

 Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon, and Toulouse are the main cities that you have to visit to see emblematic places in France such as the Eiffel Tower, the Capital of Toulouse, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, among others.

 So, grab your bags and give yourself the pleasure you will feel when touring this beautiful European nation. Without more, let’s start with the list of the best tourist places in France:

 So, without further ado, let’s start with the list of the best tourist places in France:

  1. Paris

 During your trip to France, you cannot miss visiting its capital. If you are wondering why, it is enough to know that Paris is the European city and world center of fashion, gastronomy, and culture.

 It also has many of the most famous places in France such as the Eiffel Tower, the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, as well as the National Palace of the Invalids, the Latin Quarter, the Palace of Versailles, among others. To explore it you have several funicular options, trams, buses, taxis, and the subway.

 And if you want to try some typical dish of this city such as foie gras (duck liver or primed goose) or boeuf bourguignon (beef stewed in red wine) you can do it in the Latin Quarter or in Montmartre where the best restaurants are from France whose costs are between 15 and 20 Euros.

  1. Eiffel Tower (Paris)

 The Eiffel Tower is another of the famous places in France and of course its capital, Paris, for being the tallest structure in the city as it measures 324 meters high. You locate it at the end of the Mars field on the banks of the River Seine.

 It is the obligatory stop during your trip to Paris, as it is the most renowned infrastructure worldwide and of course one of the tourist sites of Paris par excellence. Proof of this is its 7.1 million visits per year. To get there you can do it by subway staying at Trocadero station.

 It was inaugurated in 1889 and its construction was in charge of the engineer Gustavo Eiffel. The Eiffel Tower has shops, elevators, antennas, and restaurants. It is one of the best places in France that has also served as inspiration for filmmakers and writers.

  1. Eurodisney (Paris)

 If during your holidays in France you want to venture with your family to a fantasy world full of princes and princesses, then you have to visit Eurodisney.

This is a recreational complex located in Mane La Vallée, in the department of Seine et Marne east of Paris, which was inaugurated in 1992. On its 2,230 hectares, you will find lots of fun attractions such as Crush’s Coaster, Discovery Arcade, Big Thunder Mountain, among others.

 You also have hotels and more than 29 restaurants and bars, a spa, a fitness center and shops. Additionally, you will appreciate the nightly shows and fireworks and visit the feline park, play golf and more.

 All this makes it one of the most popular destinations in France among visitors. The packages range between 79 and 185 Euros for adults and 72 to 180 Euros for children.

  1. Montmartre (Paris)

 To the north of the Boulevard de Clichy in Paris, and climbing a hill 130 meters high, you will get to the famous Montmartre, better known as the painters’ neighborhood. Here you will see small, steep streets that make it one of the most peculiar neighborhoods in Paris.

 It is also known for the number of bars and cabarets, such as the Moulin Rouge where a large number of tourists meet for the shows that take place every night.

 You can also taste delicious dishes in restaurants with terraces and painters, visit the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and admire the works of art in the Place du Tertre, the most bohemian place in Montmartre.

 Undoubtedly this is one of the places to visit in France during your trip. To get to the neighborhood it is recommended that you do it in the funicular of Montmartre or the subway through the Anvers, abbesses, Pigalle and Blanche stations.

  1. Arc de Triomphe (Paris)

 Another must-see stop in France, specifically in Paris is at The Arc de Triomphe. It is one of the most important historical sites in France and the most representative monuments of the “city of light” because the victories of the French army are embodied in it.

 This arch has witnessed significant acts such as the passage of the remains of Napoleon Bonaparte on December 15, 1840.

 At the base of this arch, you will see indications of the “Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,” which has a flame that represents all the French who died in the First World War. You will also see in the four pillars the names of the battles won by the Napoleonic armies.

 The Arc de Triomphe is in the Charles de Gaulle Square and you can go by subway and stay at the Charles de Gaulle – Etoile station. The entrance to this monument is 12 Euros. If you go between April 1 and September 30 do it from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm and if you go from October 1 to March 31 do it between 10:00 am and 10:30 pm

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