There is never a dull moment in France with so much to see that it is impossible to see it all in one trip. The awesome city of Paris is filled with museums along with the huge Louvre and the looming Eiffel Tower. And the gargoyles of Notre Dame is a must see. The church of Notre Dame with its elegant stained glass windows is a place where you can walk to the top and get a perfect view of Paris. Artists of all kinds gather at the square near the churches close to an assortment of cafes.
Paris is well-known as the city of romance. Take your date to one of the many cafes and eateries in the Quartier Latin which has such a romantic atmosphere. Then the two of you can stroll along the Quais de Seine, after dark in the dancing lights of Notre Dame. Get aboard one of the popular double-deck buses at the Moulin Rouge Cabaret and tour the city of Paris, getting on and off wherever you wish because you can always catch another.
For the travelers who’d rather slip away from the busy city to explore the small towns and villages around the countryside, there’s a town called Besanon in east France. Visit the vineyards and dine in one of the local eateries, soaking up some local color. The highway Du Vin will take you through many of the popular smaller towns and the scenery along the way is absolutely beautiful.
Cabasson is a beautiful place for beach lovers. Traveling down the long, winding roads, you will come out at a lovely, cool-water beach.
In the southeastern part of France, the Riviera has much to offer and the bordering small towns such as Menton, or Cap Ferrat, have such quaint cafes and fantastic mountain views. Loire Valley is a great place to see and learn all about wine. The pleasant coastal area of the French Riviera also includes the popular Cote d’Azur resorts. Of course you can always hop a train to Orange and explore the ancient ruins and other monuments. Stroll around the city and check out the shops.
Visiting Provence can be a wonderful experience with its lavender fields, the blue Mediterranean just moments away. At Hyeres in the city of Provence, you can catch a boat over to Port Cros which is the smallest island and a national park.
France is but a glimpse of God’s awesome creation, which reflects the awesomeness of its creator.
“For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible … all things were created by him, and for him: For it pleased the Father that in him should all fulness dwell.” (Colossians 1:16)
There’s so much to see and do in France that you couldn’t possibly get to it all in one trip. Visit France and it’s an almost guarantee that you’ll go back.