Thursday, March 21, 2019

Tourism in France


France
The French Republic, with its capital Paris and its French language, is located in the European continent, specifically in Western Europe. It is one of the founding countries of the European Union. Its territory is divided into several Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, with a total area of ​​674,843 square kilometers and a population of about 66 million. Has a prominent role in Europe and the world as a result of the influence of its culture and the spread of its language in a wide place as well as a place of cultures and fashion and other lifestyles, and the number of tourists is equivalent to 83 million foreign tourists per year and this figure did not see Anywhere in the world. In this article we will talk about tourism in France.

Tourism in France
The French Republic enjoys a unique position among countries, with all the beautiful landscapes such as seas, mountains, green plains, etc. The topography has played an important role in attracting tourists from all over the world. France has more than 37 sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, Tourists are the source of recreational and cultural places such as resorts, therapeutic hotels, restaurants, cafes and other places that have contributed to the increase of the state income.

Touristic places in France
France is the most visited destination in the world in terms of tourism. It attracts tourists through the country's diverse cultural and cultural diversity, tourist sites, ancient cities, wide green plains and exciting beaches.

Eiffel Tower The 1890 Eiffel Tower is one of the most popular landmarks in France and is one of the most important tourist attractions in France.

Chamonix: A resort located in the French Alps, the first venue for the Winter Olympics in 1924, winter tourists flock to ski and climb mountains in the summer.

Palace of Babis: This palace is one of the largest buildings in the world, with a thick wall measuring three meters, was built in 1309 AD to be taken by Pope Clement V.

Louvre: The Louvre is located in the capital Paris. The museum also houses a collection of 5664 pieces of ancient and rare art, antiques and artifacts collected from all over the world.

Alexander III Bridge: The bridge extends over the Seine, and has many arches inside. The bridge is a great view and deserves to be a tourist destination.

Mont Saint-Michel: A small-size island with lots of streets and exotic buildings created in the Middle Ages.

The Graveyard of the Great: The Pantheon of the Greats, built in 1790 AD, is a graveyard where many Catalan, French scholars and leaders are buried. It also has a distinctive structural structure that bears the character of Roman architecture.

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