Fall has come and with it the beloved aspects of Autumn; along with the cold breeze we welcome pumpkin spice lattes, cozy sweaters, and crunchy leaves as we say goodbye to the warmth of summer. This year has had us all cooped up inside but it is our hope that this pandemic is finally starting to come under control. As winter approaches, many people are trying to figure out where they would like to spend their holidays. Some prefer warmer climates while others are more drawn to snowier regions. One of the most visited countries in the world during this time is Europe’s country of romance, France. Listed below are a couple of the most exciting cities you can find in France.
It probably goes without saying that Paris should be among the list of most exciting cities to visit in France. Renowned for its gorgeous sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Cathedral of Notre Dame, along with its decadent cheeses, macarons, and croissants. Paris is also home to some of the most fashionable outlets and talent that the world has ever seen! It is the most visited city in all of France and among the most visited cities in the world! Between amazing cuisine, impressive art collections, and famous landmarks, you will surely find this city to be unforgettable. Dubbed “the most romantic city in Europe” you can be sure to find some magic here on your holiday.
Perhaps less talked about than Paris, Nice takes the second spot on our list. Situated on the French Riviera, you will be surrounded by sensational beaches, bars, restaurants, and the beauty of all that is French culture. There is a wonderful selection of public and private beaches which are perfect for families or couples. While it may not be as well known as Paris, that also gives it an advantage. Meaning, you can get all the wonders and charms of Paris without the crowded streets and lobbies.
Bordeaux is a city that is home to the world’s first wine museum. Each exhibit engages everyone from casual wine drinkers to connoisseurs. It offers various classes and wine tastings at the wine bar. Bordeaux is also famous for the world’s largest reflecting pool, the Miroir d’Eau (the water mirror)! One of the most Instagram-worthy photography spots, you will definitely want to take some time out to splash in this free attraction. You may also want to check out The Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux in all its splendor. This mid-18th-century neoclassical building hosts operas, dance, and music performances that you will never forget!
There is so much more in France to explore than just these few places listed above. There are countless cities and small villages that are waiting to charm and captivate you to become your next favorite vacation spot! If any of these places piqued your interest, it might be worth your time to check out our other blog posts for more travel inspiration! If you are looking for a luxury private jet to get you there, Fly Largent provides the best the market has to offer. We offer competitive pricing and pride ourselves in delivering the highest level of service. Feel free to contact us whenever convenient for a free quote on one of our available luxury flights.