From the bistro-lined streets of Paris to the historic northern beaches, the lavender-scented fields of Provence, ice-capped peaks of the Alps through to the stylish Côte d’Azur, France’s regions are as varied in their culture as they are in their geography. Passionate and proud, each region brings a distinctly different flavour to your journey.
Elaborating on the long list of destinations that offer artistic, architectural, and historical intrigue, French cuisine, declared a ‘world intangible heritage’ by UNESCO, highlights your itinerary with mouth-watering bites, paired with the world’s best wine. Regardless if this is your first time or tenth time to France, there is always a new fascination and delicious delicacy waiting.
Stand on top of the Eiffel Tower for unbeatable views of the City of Lights
Explore the colourful districts of Paris, each one unique
Visit the beaches of Normandy, site of the D-Day landings
Sample world-class food and wine in Burgundy and Bordeaux
Relax and play on the stylish Côte d’Azur
Explore the Châteaux of the Loire Valley
Capital City: Paris
Time difference: GMT +1 hour
France trip ideas
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Places to go in France
The City of Lights and City of Love, Paris has been blazing a trail on the global stages of architecture, fashion, food and culture for centuries. Connecting the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Sacré-Coeur, and the Arc de Triomphe, Haussmann’s architectural genius shines throughout. Making up the city, each arrondissement, or district has its own unique personality. Starting with the monuments and artistic heritage of Paris 1, you can make your way all the way to the bohemian streets of Paris 18, former home of Van Gogh, Picasso and the Moulin Rouge, and the Père Lachaise Cemetery of Paris 20 – final resting place of Chopin, Oscar Wilde, and Jim Morrison.
France boasts a history that has shaped the world. You’ll find it refracted in the mirrored halls of the Château de Versailles; on the battle-scarred D-Day Beaches of Normandy and grasses of the Somme Battlefields; in the arches of the Pont du Gard; and in the Renaissance-era rooms of the Château d’Amboise, to name just a few. If you’ve had your fill of history and culture, take in the mountain ranges of the Alps and the Pyrenees, or slow down the pace in Provence where you can wander between lavender fields and olive groves, or while away a long evening on the Côte d’Azur.