We all know that Paris is the most well-known city in France. It is the capital, after all. Want to explore more of France after having a great time in Paris? Then pack your bags and visit one of the following cities.
Bordeaux is the city that will offer you a gastronomical experience like no other. Known as the “wine capital of the world,” it is a place to try the best wines in the world and pair them with amazing food. However, this is just the beginning. The city is also known for its architectural and cultural heritage, having more than 300 historical monuments, dozens of museums, and much more.
Lyon’s rich history dates back 2,000 years, and you’ll see remains of it on every corner. Visitors especially enjoy marvelous architecture that combines contemporary designs with Roman, Gothic, and Renaissance styles. The cultural events come in plenty here, while outdoor enthusiasts can also find something for themselves thanks to all the beautiful landscapes that surround the city.
Those wanting a mix of summer vacation and cultural tour will love it in Marseille. Situated on the coast of the Mediterranean coast, the city has plenty of charming beaches where you can enjoy nice weather, go for a swim, or just enjoy the view while sipping on a drink in one of many beach bars and restaurants. On top of that, Marseille will also impress you with its historical landmarks, modern architecture, and culinary delights.