France is a country rich in history and culture, if only because of its position in Western Europe, i.e. its borders with several countries, such as Belgium, Spain, Germany and Italy, for example. Considered as the cradle of Romanticism, it is also a gastronomic destination par excellence.
France has a rich heritage, not just Paris, its capital city. The landscapes are beautiful and diverse. Your itinerary can thus take you to the rugged coastline of Brittany, to the limestone hills of Provence, to the canyons of the Pyrenees, to the small bays of Corsica, to the heart of the wooded valleys of Dordogne, to the Loire valley, or to the snowy peaks of the Alps. Have a pleasant time under the sun on the sand dunes (the Dune of Pilat is the tallest in Europe) and by the blue sea of Côte d'Azur, or recharge your batteries in the holm-oak forests of Corsica. Each region is different from the others, both in terms of scenery and in terms of atmosphere. Each one has its own architectural style, local food, and sometimes its own dialect, too.
France seduces travellers with its unfalteringly familiar culture, woven around café terraces, village-square markets and bistros with their plat du jour chalked on the board.
The daily culinary agenda is important: breakfast with warm croissants or good bread fresh from the bakery, the break at Parisian bistros, and shopping at the market, are second nature. There is always something delicious to enjoy, from Brittany crêpes to champagne sparkling inside flutes in the ancient wine cellars of Reims, etc. The culinary possibilities are infinite.
The French art of living is definitely pleasant. There are countless activities that can be done on weekends. Holidays are characterized by the pleasant pace of village life, or of the art museums in Lyon, of Alpine walks, and of skiing in the Alps or in the Jura region; then, the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, Sacré Cœur and the avenue des Champs Elysées in Paris. The diversity of France is incredible.