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Things to do in France
Bordeaux - enjoy the Grand Threate Opera National de Bordeaux
There have been performances at the Grand Theatre Opera National de Bordeaux since 1780 and for a very short time it was the home of the National Parliament. It is still one of the oldest wooden frame Opera Houses in Europe. Renovated in 1991 it is also the home of the Bordeaux Ballet Company. There is a show here most days either ballet or opera so choose which you prefer.
Cannes - discover seafood at the Forville Market
The market is open Tuesdays to Sundays between 7am and 1pm and is a feast of colours and aromas. Everything from little old ladies selling honey to major producers with a wide rage of produce everything is fresh from the farm. The fish is so fresh you cannot guarantee what will be there each day. An absolute must for gourmands or if you are self catering.
Corsica - explore the Gorges de la Restonica
Stunning scenery makes this an ideal location for a hike or cycle ride. Numerous pools make it an ideal place to cool off during the hot summer months. A leisurely walk between the two main lakes in the gorge takes about 4 hours and is a very popular past time, especially in High Season. The hardest walk is to Monte Rotondo and is only suited for experienced walkers.
Lyon - stroll the Tete d'Or Park
The largest park to be situated inside a city in France Tete d'Or Park is made up of a zoological park, botanical gardens and a rose garden. Whether you take a walk, a stroll, a jog or go fishing there is something here for everyone and it is worth allocating a whole day to. Let the kids have a go on the pedal bikes or paddleboats or alternatively take a ride on a pony and trap.
Marseille - sip on a Provence wine tour
There are a number of choices when it comes to wine tours in Provence and the better ones come with a driver. Cotes du Rhone wines are amongst the best in the world and the scenery where they are grown is very picturesque with some stunning architecture thrown in. Pay a little more for the tours that give unlimited sampling.
Nice - wander the streets of the Old Town Nice
Even if you have been to Nice before try to hire a guide as their knowledge is extensive and adds to the enjoyment. The area is full of interesting buildings and churches and at the weekends there is often a festival to join in with. The streets are also full of stalls that change as the day progresses. Allow plenty of time and don’t worry if you get lost.
Paris - marvel at Notre Dame Cathedral
The most visited tourist site in France the cathedral is an excellent example of Gothic architecture completed in the 13th century. The internal architecture is just as imposing including the stained glass windows some of which are nearly 800 years old. The church is open every day with the tower accessible at these times too. Tours in English are available on selected days.
Paris - view Monet at the Musee de l'Orangerie
Originally a green house for orange trees the museum was arranged by Claude Monet to showcase his work. All the great artists can be found here – Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse and Picasso to name but a few. The museum was completely restructured in 2006 during which some of the original walls that surrounded Old Paris were found. The Museum still exhibits Monet’s Les Nympheas. Open every day except Tuesdays.
Strasbourg - experience the European Parliament
When Parliament is in session you have the opportunity to sit in and listen to some of the debates but places are limited and you must bring along formal identification. Alternatively walk around the imposing glass structure and take in the atmosphere. Tours inside the Parliament can be organized but need to be in groups of 20-45 and booked well in advance.
Toulouse - take a walking tour
There is so much to see in Toulouse taking a walking tour makes sense if only to get as much information on each of the locations available. Everything from Roman ruins to medieval battlements. A visit to Toulouse is not complete without a walk along the ‘left bank’ and an opportunity to see the artistes at work. Tours are available most days from a variety of companies.
Introduction of France
France is the world's most-visited tourist destination, attracting more than 80 million visitors each year. Many of these tourists are repeat visitors, enchanted by its wonderful food, scenic landscapes and unique culture. Its capital, Paris, is one of the world's most romantic cities, featuring iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Paris hosts some of the most notoriously expensive France hotels, but much cheaper accommodation can be found in countryside guest houses and gites, or holiday homes. Each summer, resorts on the French Riviera are packed with Europe's elite. Cities such as St Tropez, Cannes and Nice exude a glamour which is incomparable elsewhere on the planet. In winter, many of these elites decamp to the French Alps, which hosts some of the world's most exclusive skiing resorts. However, France is not completely the domain of the rich and famous, with the Normandy and Brittany countryside catering to thousands of Britons on annual family breaks. Farther south, history enthusiasts will revel in the medieval atmosphere of the Loire Valley's castles, a region that is also famous for its fine wine.