Visit France, the world most visited country. Among the famous places in France, visit Normandy and D Day beaches, the wine countries in Bordeaux, Champagne, Burgundy, the Loire Valley and its royal castles, the French Riviera, its coastline and seaside resorts, Lourdes and its pilgrimage. Most places in France can be visited in a day from the City of Lights.
Visit France most famous places on a day coach tour from Paris. Focus on the six most famous places.
Places in France
Normandy, a lovely region of France, has famous places: Giverny, Mont Saint Michel, D Day beaches.
Champagne, Burgundy and Bordeaux are world famous wines. Visit these vineyards of France.
Paris wine tours
The Loire valley combines lovely landscapes, the most famous castles in France and great wines.
Chateaux de la Loire
The French Riviera has a beautiful coastline, many famous sights and the best weather in France.
Lourdes, south of France, is known for the apparitions of the Virgin to Bernadette Soubirous.
France was visited by over 85 million foreign tourists in 2015, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world. France ranks fifth in tourist spending behind the United Kingdom, United States, China and Spain. Today, Europeans and Asians account for the growing number of foreign visits in France. Germans make up the greatest number of foreign tourists in France, ahead of the British. The Chinese account for the highest proportion of Asians choosing to visit France. Tourism makes an essential contribution to France’s foreign trade. France has indeed a great deal to offer visiting tourists, ranging from its rich geography with seaside resorts, towns, countryside and mountains, to its attractions and facilities: accommodation, activities, French food and restaurants. With 55 million skier days annually, France is the world’s top skiing destination with resorts such as Tignes, Val d'Isere and Courchevel. Business tourism is also a crucial sector for France, with around 6000 events organized yearly, many of them in Paris and in the French Riviera, such as the Cannes Film Festival. France is positioning itself too as a cultural destination, with many international festivals and museum openings: Pompidou Metz, Louvre Lens, Fondation Maeght, the MuCEM in Marseille, Fondation Vuitton in Paris. Wine tourism is one of the most dynamic industries. 24 million people visit the wine regions: Bordeaux, Champagne, Burgundy, the Loire Valley and Alsace. Destinations such as Paris, the French Riviera and Mont-Saint-Michel are some of the best France has to offer to visitors.France has 37 sites inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List and features cities of high cultural interest, such as Paris, Toulouse, Strasbourg, Bordeaux, Lyon. Small and picturesque French villages such as Collonges-la-Rouge, Saint Cirq Lapopie or Gorges, are promoted through "The Most Beautiful Villages of France".