France is one of Europe's most popular places to buy a second home abroad and for many Brits the most beautiful places to live in Europe. Its beautifully rich history, incredible architecture makes it an aesthetic delight whilst its delicious cuisine and fine wines make it the perfect place to indulge in. France simply oozes sophistication and is more commonly known as the most romantic place in the world.
There are many things to see, do, hear and sample in France, but for now we are going to concentrate on the best places to visit. If you are looking to purchase property in France or simply visit for an unforgettable holiday than it’s definitely worth you skimming over this list, so here goes…
In southwestern France situated on the River Garonne, Bordeaux is a historically beautiful port city dripping in unique architecture and is the capital of the Aquitaine region. What this stunning place is more commonly known for is its prestigious label of the world’s major wine industry capital. A fabulous place to visit, especially if you are into your good wines.
The city of love. If you want to see France then you must visit Paris, many who visit want to set up residence here due to its fantastically rich culture, art works and of course the fashion influences. The entertainment business is booming here and it’s an ideal place for businesses.
3. The French Riviera
Here’s where the rich and famous come to live, play and party. Behold beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters, the French Riviera is host to many world-renowned events such as the Cannes film festival. It’s a stunningly glamorous place to visit on the French coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
Strasbourg is the capital city of the Alsace region. Extremely picturesque its historical buildings give you a real taste of authentic France. The city hosts the building of the European Parliament. This place is an excellent place to visit to understand the very foundations of France and its culture.
Marseille is an excellent working city to visit, experience the hustle and bustle of Frances historical second largest city. It has a tranquil climate, medieval architecture and a huge seaport. Business is thriving here and there are many cultural things to explore and experience here.
From Bordeaux to Marseille and everything in between, France as a country has so much to offer, whether you are visiting for a short city break, holidaying for a few weeks or looking to purchase property and live here. Whatever your reason you will not be disappointed with this historically beautiful place. You can enjoy flourishing businesses, incredible architecture, breath taking scenery and mouth-watering cuisine. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to explore all these places so you don’t miss out on a single thing and ensure your time in France is as fulfilling as possible.