Welcome to France!
France seduces the traveler with its genuine, family culture and warmth, centered around café terraces, markets in village squares and bistros with their "plat du jour" (dish of the day) with white writing on the black board.
Cultural Savoir Faire
France is recognized for world-class art and architecture. It seduces with landmarks known throughout the world and rising stars yet to be discovered.
The cultural repertoire of this country is mind-blowing - in scope and diversity. And therein lies the beauty of France: when superstars like the Eiffel Tower, royal Versailles and the Côte d'Azur, idolized by the rich and beautiful, are ticked off, there's plenty more to be excited about. 89 million visitors flocked to the land of the Gauls each year before the pandemic struck. The extraordinary wealth of museums, galleries, studios and cultural experiences will also delight when a visit becomes possible again.
Food is of enormous importance to the French, and the daily culinary agenda is set - at least for travelers: Breakfast of warm croissants from the bakery, stopping at Parisian bistros and shopping at the market are all second nature to the French. But French gastronomy goes much deeper than just eating superb food. Its experiential nature means there's always something delicious to observe, learn and taste. Whether it's flipping crêpes in Brittany or toasting with champagne flutes in the ancient cellars of Reims, the culinary possibilities are endless.
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Château de Castelnaud
Château de Beynac.