Oh, France is romantic, bourgeois, epoch-making. Natural beauties, gastronomic delights, architectural monuments and museum collections, containing a huge number of world masterpieces - you will find all this here.
The beauties of Paris, of course, stand apart and this city is a must-see. There are places here that must be visited 100%.
The Eiffel Tower is the main symbol of Paris and all of France. Named by the name of the creator. It was erected in 1899 to be used as an entrance arch to the World's Fair. Subsequently, the construction was planned to be disassembled, but the attraction stuck. Anyone can visit the tower. In the evenings, when the backlight turns on on it, it is especially magical.

At one time, Napoleon personally gave the order to build the Arc de Triomphe: this is how the emperor was going to perpetuate the victories of his "Great Army". The arch was completed in 1836. Currently, the square where it is installed is named after Charles de Gaulle. The design of the arch consists of many small details, and after the First World War, the tomb of the unknown soldier and the eternal flame appeared under its arches.

The Musée d'Orsay is located in the former building of the Paris station. At first, the station was closed, and the premises were mothballed, later it was reconstructed. One of the world's most impressive collections of fine art became available for inspection in 1986. The exhibits are distributed according to the levels and halls, taking into account the style and chronology, and paintings of the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists prevail in its funds.

What is the most popular museum in the world? Of course - the Louvre. Its glass pyramid is one of the symbols of the French capital. The Louvre collection includes paintings, decorations, sculptures and figurines, frescoes and furniture. The number of masterpieces in the collection is countless, but one of the main exhibits is still considered - "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci.
Chanz Elise is the central street of Paris, one of the most beautiful, green and famous in the city. It stretches along the central part of the French capital for almost 2 km. The Champs Elysees are traditionally divided into two parts: a store with boutiques, offices, banks, and a park. The walking park is divided by alleys into squares, each of which has its own "specialization". For example, in Marigny there is a market for philatelists and a theater, and in the Elysee square is the residence of the president.

For lovers of sea recreation, the best place in France is the Cote d'Azur or, as it is also called, the French Riviera. It is a stretch of the Mediterranean coastline from the city of Toulon to the border with Italy. Local cuisine is just a feast for gourmets. On the Cote d'Azur, special dishes and wines are served, some are found only here. The only negative is the high prices for vacations.

One of the advantages of France is Disneyland! It is located in the Parisian suburb of Marne-la-Valais. There is not much to explain here - a magical world for children, where all the famous characters of "Disney" cartoons live, scenery from favorite fairy tales has been recreated, and countless attractions also work, delighting adults. The park is home to residential and business districts, hotels and golf courses.

The French spirit can be fully breathed in at the Exchange Place Bordeaux. The architectural ensemble consists of two long Baroque buildings and adjacent buildings. Among them are the Chamber of Commerce and the Customs Museum. The pediments are decorated with sculptures. The square was created in the first half of the 18th century according to the project of Ange-Jacques Gabriel - the royal architect, the founder of classicism.
The main historical attraction of Marseille is the Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica. It was erected in the middle of the 19th century on the site of an old chapel. The place is significant: for centuries pilgrims were received here and travelers were blessed. The lead architect of the project is Henri-Jacques Esperandieu. The bell tower is crowned with a 9-meter sculpture of the Mother of God, and the bell weighs more than 8 tons. Looks very impressive.

For lovers of castles, I recommend visiting the Abbey of Mont Saint Michel. Translated as "Mount St. Michael." The building is dated by the XI century. This fortified abbey sits on the island of the same name. In the central part, the castle itself rises, and along its perimeter there are dense buildings, wild bushes and trees. The walls are solid and more like a fort. Depending on the season, the area around may be completely covered with water. Sometimes it even floods the road leading to Mont Saint Michel.
If you are fond of strolling through royal places, then you should go to the Palace of Versailles. Royal residence, built on the outskirts of the French capital in the second half of the 17th century. This landmark was among the first to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The halls of the palace are kept in exemplary condition - the decoration and furniture correspond to the past eras. No less than the castle, you will enjoy the vast park complex, where about 1400 fountains function.

Of course, this is only a small piece of what can and should be seen in France. Lavender fields, fjords, rocks of the bay - an incredible number of beautiful places.