Located right in the middle of Europe, the French take fusion to a whole new level. With an eclectic blend of culture in the countryside to cosmopolitan cities, which themselves have their share of tradition but at the same time enjoy modern lifestyles, you are bound to have an experience of a lifetime. Usually, visits to France start off in Paris, the capital city and an important hub for modern civilization.
In Paris, there are manifold things to see and do. Starting off with the Eiffel Tower, which offers panoramic views of the city for miles together and the Louvre Museum, home of the Mona Lisa to other structures like the Arc de Triomphe and Les Invalides, everything has some historical tale to tell. The best way to visit all the places in Paris is to get on a hop-on, hop-off service that covers all the sites.
Moving out of the city, the countryside is the place to be if you want to indulge in French traditions. Whether it is Champagne or the finest cheese, the countryside has it for you. Staying in either Lyon or Nice is the best option one has for this sort of a holiday.
The French are a great people to be around and their culture is one of the most intricate in the world. If you are visiting France, it is best to plan a holiday of around two weeks to fully appreciate the great country and visit as many places as possible.