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5 Mesmerizing Places to Visit in France For the Most Ethereal Experience 

Most captivating places in France that every tourist must visit

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Hrishita Chatterjee
Hrishita Chatterjee
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FRANCE: France is a country beset with the most romantic and culturally vibrant spots that have encapsulated all tourist interests, making it one of the most vibrant and rich countries to visit almost anytime during the year. 

Every season in France has its charm, and every nook and corner has a picturesque touch to it. It can often be too overwhelming to choose one or a few spots from an array of promising places to visit in this country, so here is a compiled list of the 5 most captivating places in France that every tourist must visit. 

Best places in France for tourists

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Provence’s sunny weather, iconic hamlets, and absolutely stellar food culture are well-recognized. But lavender is the embodiment of Provence. One of the best places to visit in France is where large fields turn purple between June and August as lavender blooms in the hot summer sun.

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Settlements in the Luberon and Verdon regions are well-stalling points for exploring neighbouring lavender fields. Still, these beautiful hill towns (especially Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Roussillon, and Gordes) are stunning and brimming with weekend markets and theatre festivals. Avignon is hard to beat for its historical monuments and charming tiny streets. Explore stone bridges, pass through historic stone arches, and find total secrecy gardens and parks.


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Paris is the land for the most humbled, which encompasses a variety of places to visit and things to do. The city of lights and, for obvious reasons, houses the most spectacular places in the area, including the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. Paris’s cafe culture is spellbinding, and the various flea markets are must-visits for all tourists. 

Saint Tropez

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An expensive tourist attraction on the French Riviera, Saint-Tropez is the perfect setting to reap the benefits of extravagant beach clubs and see incredibly huge yachts.

In addition to the legendary Vieux Port and harbour, pretty standard Provençal market squares, olive groves, and cobblestone streets, if you wander away from the beach, you’ll also experience the old-world environment that appears to give this place its distinctiveness. Saint Tropez is a wonderful culinary destination and a place to enjoy in the nightclubs.


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Colmar is every tourist’s dreamland, beset with cobbled streets, semi-timbered buildings that had their roots in the medieval age, finely decorated with lights, and surrounded by canals that flow in all parts. 

The Unterlinden Museum is dedicated to local history and housed in a magnificent former convent. The Musee du Jouet, a museum of toys, are just two of the town’s well-known museums in addition to its legendary streets. Colmar is in the Alsace wine region, well-known for its white wines. 

La Rochelle

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On the Bay of Biscay, the historic port city of La Rochelle is situated. The city’s Vieux Port (Old Harbor) is home to two medieval towers, a substantial percentage of seafood dining options with idyllic water views, and fishing vessels. You can board to cruise the bay day or night. 

You won’t have to travel far to bury your toes when it comes to sand, even though La Concurrence Beach is the right town. One of Europe’s Largest, cutting-edge Aquariums is home to more than 12,000 marine creatures. This thriving location also has plenty of a new museum, summer festivals, and even three urban beaches.  

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