When people look for holidays, one of the first things they look for is a sunny country with a beach, as well as a hotel with a pool. Now, if these are things that you truly enjoy then that’s perfectly fine, but if you’re finding yourself becoming bored or stuck for ideas when it comes to holidays, why not consider broadening your horizons? France is a country that is hugely popular with tourists from all over the world and if you’re looking for ideas for your next trip then why not head there for a change? There is plenty to do, the country itself is vast and unique, and there is something there for everybody. Before even planning your trip however, there are things you must first consider, including matters such as insurance. If you find yourself heading abroad for prolonged periods of time, why not take out annual travel insurance? That way you know you’re covered annually, and you can then really relax and enjoy your holiday. Here’s a look at three things to do in France that will make your trip unforgettable.
If you’re visiting France for your next holiday then no trip to France would be complete without at least a full day in the nation’s capital city of Paris. Paris is a vast city that is packed to the gills full of culture, history, class, sophistication, and fun. There is so much to do in Paris that you simply will not know where to begin. You have the Louvre, the Eiffel tower, the arc de triumph, the shops, the restaurants, the cafes, and many, many other tourist attractions to take in so make sure your camera’s batteries are fully charged before you begin your day out.
Learn all about the world’s most luxurious drink
If you enjoy a tipple from time to time, then why not learn more about the world’s most luxurious and celebrated beverage that is Champagne. Champagne originated in the Champagne region of France (shock horror) so why not head there and visit a number of champagne houses that will show you how the beverage is made, how it came about, and they will even offer samples as well. If you love your fizz then a visit to at least one Champagne house is absolutely essential.
Bayonne is located in the Basque country and is known as the chocolate coast. It is referred to as the birth place of Chocolate and Chocolate is still proving to be extremely popular in this part of the region. If you love chocolate, and let’s face it, who doesn’t? Then Bayonne simply has to be at the top of your to-do list. If you’re dieting however, you may want to give it a miss, but if not, head on down and indulge yourselves.