What Is France Famous For?

by Lifestyle Traveler

Let’s have a look at the things that put France on the map as the place to be for visitors from all across the world.

With a height of 300 meters, the Eiffel Tower provides a spectacular view of the city and is often chosen as a background for engagements or photo shootings.

#1 Paris

LOUVRE is, due to its unique architecture, a deeply rooted symbol of France. Some of the most famous pieces of art, such as the Mona Lisa, can be admired inside the Louvre.

MOULIN ROUGE. the most famous French cabaret, that featured stars like Edith Piaf and Mistinguett. 

#2 COTE D’AZUR The southeastern Mediterranean coast of France, also known as Cote d’azur is home of the Glitz and the Glam. Fabulous beaches, dreamy high-end resorts and a wild nightlife attract every year the rich and famous to come and spend an amazing summer on the so-called French Riviera.

The Wines Of Bordeaux  The best place to sample the famous wines of Bordeaux is without doubt the UNESCO world heritage village of Saint Emilion. It is home to charming little wine bars and some great restaurants.

Champagne is a sparkling wine that originated in the Champagne region of France, located roughly 100 miles east of Paris.

Lavender Fields Of Provence  Best to visit between mid-June and mid-July, in order to see the flowers in full-bloom. However, the lavender season may vary from year to year.

French Cuisine Some of the most famous dishes like Ratatouille, Coq au vin, and Soufflé have their origin in France.

French are also famous for their pastries. The baguette is undoubtedly the most famous French baked good, followed by the croissant and the macaroon.

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