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Top Things to Do While Visiting in France

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Being the most visited country in the world, compiling a listof things to do is a little bit trickier. France is a supersized diverse state,Mediterranean climate in the south and maritime on the north.  The southern cuisine is quite Spanish whilein the regions of Strasbourg you can taste the delights of German. Continuereading to discover top things to do in France.

1.     Visit the EiffelTower, Paris
The most emblematical symbol of France, Eifel Tower is a mustvisit once you find yourself in France. On top of this structure, you will getto see 360 degrees of the city of Paris. After taking in the views, descend downto the third floor to enjoy a nice dinner in one of the five restaurants.

2.     Spend yourEvening at Chateau Vaux le Vicomte
This chateau is located near Melun, France and was designedby Louis Le Vau in 1656. Chateau Vaux le Vicomte is regarded as one bestwell-preserved chateau in the world. During Saturdays, visitors can come insidethe palace for a serene ‘Evening Candle.

3.     Visit Fourviere,Lyon
During ancient times (43 BC) the centerpiece of Lyon wasthe Fourviere Hill, and up to these days, the hill, as well as the BasilicaNotre-Dame de Fourviere, are still part of the impressive Lyon skyline. Thereare rams that go uphill, but for those physically fit you can hike the hill’sslopes.

4.     Relax atthe Palace of Versailles, Lyon
The Palace of Versailles attracts hundreds of daily visitorswith its fascinating hallway mazes leading to the grand rooms which royaltylounged hundreds of years ago. The Palace Versailles also comprises of 800hectares of gardens and about 6,000 pieces of artwork.

5.     TuileriesGarden, Paris
This garden is a work of art. Its name came from the tilefactories that stood on the same site when it was built in 1564 by Queen Catherinede Medici. The gardens separate the Place de la Concorde from the MuseumLouvre.

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