Paris is one of the first names when thinking of City of Light and Romance, but it is also the economical and cultural heart of France. You can find the Eiffeltower as well as the old and new Arc d´Triumph. It is easy to walk through the center for example to Sacre Coeur and the Moulin Rouge. Don´t forget the Notre Dame, the Louvres and a candle-light diner on the Seine.
Nice is in the heart of the French Cote d´Azur and has a very, very pleasant climate, beach and atmosphere. Who does NOT want to live here? Many agree and this includes the rich and famous: absolutely gorgeous yachts and cars can be seen in Nice, Cannes and St. Tropez.
Bordeaux is the world´s major wine industry capital where wine has been produced since the 8th century. It is also located near the Atlantic coast and has an old city center.
Marseille is a large city and the most important French harbour at the Mediterranean.
Mont Saint-Michel is a small place at the Atlantic coast known for the castle with the same name. There are many castles in France, but high tide will make this castle difficult to access: the castle will find itself on an island!
Carcassonne is famous for a huge medieval fortress and visited by millions of people annually.
Saint-Émilion's history goes back to prehistoric times and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins stretching all along steep and narrow streets. It also has great wines!
Lourdes, located just North of the Pyrénées Mountains, is one of the world's most important sites of pilgrimage and Christian tourism.