France is a rich country in terms of diversity. Fine dining, flea markets, chocolate delights, camping architecture, museums, libraries, bars and antique sceneries Visitors are some of the things that attract the numerous tourists to France. Couples on honeymoon will definitely treasure memories whether they go to the largest city for Paris attractions or to any other city in France. For fairy tale settings, France offers several sceneries and in addition is Paris Disneyland, a dream for many young children. Many visitors get inspired by the Renaissance gardens, White Cliffs of Dover or just spending quality time on Paris’s Left Bank. Amid all the diversity, some activities stand out in the list of things to do in France.
1. Ski the slopes of Val d’Isère
These gentle slope spread out along a remote valley on the road is the place to be if looking for a thrilling skiing experience. At the base of these slopes is the Children’s village where kids get to enjoy all the fun a young person can take. Despite being the best destination for everyone to visit, turns out it is quite costly but if money is the least of your worries then this is definitely the place to tour.
2. Experience the fizz
As you tour the Route du Champagne between Reims and Epernay, bear in mind that champagne tasting involves swallowing rather than spitting therefore drive carefully. There are three classic drives to experience; The Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs circuits are famous for the quality of their champagnes, and also several ‘Grands Crus’. The neighboring Vallée de la Marne circuit has the favorable prices and some of the mellowest champagnes. The champagne houses are very many but there are some you definitely must try out, Champagne Barnaut that makes red wines as well as fizz, Champagne Charlier that uses traditional methods to grow, press and assemble its own champagnes and Champagne Milan for a real grape-picking job.
3. Taste Bayonne
France can be referred to as the home of love and romance and chocolates. Lovers and film enthusiasts can get to watch Moulin rouge a romantic musical film and enjoy the real feel of France. Bayonne is also known as the chocolate coast; here hot chocolate is a fashionable drink to the locals and even the visitors out to experience the goodness of France. Some of the Bayonnes chocolatiers include Cazenave which has been serving hot chocolate with hand whipped cream since the 18th century. There is also Daranatz which is the source of chocolate bars in numerous plain and flavored varieties.
4. A treat to Fine dining
The fifth largest city Nice France is a city famous for its culinary expertise. Le Chantecler is the place to go to if looking to have an exemplary dining experience. Here, there is a chance to unwind among sumptuous tapestries and a slew of 16th century antiques; the Negresco’s classy restaurant is perhaps the only place to dine. The young wonder chef Jean-Denis Rieubland has introduced some modern aspects to its menu. There are some of the things to do when you visit the beautiful France country.