France as a tourist country as well as a more launched country has full of tourist destinations which are trained for economic development through tourism. France is not only Paris, there are still cities that are deserved to visit and travel for you with your family. Paris is particularly known for its museums and architectural monuments: the Louvre was the most visited art museum in the world in 2018, with 10.2 million visitors. But in this article we will only mention the cities except Paris for which you will have the new destinations pending in France.
The nice Nice
Nice is the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the Côte d’Azur. It is located on the pebble coast of the Baie des Anges. Founded by the Greeks and then prized by the European elite in the 19th century, the city has attracted the attention of artists for a long time. The Henri Matisse museum is dedicated to the artistic journey of the painter from Nice. The Marc Chagall Museum houses some of the greatest religious works of the artist to whom he owes his name. From its cosmopolitan past, Nice, capital of the Côte d’Azur, has managed to preserve this indefinable charm which makes it a center of tourist excellence.
The Seaside Marseille
Marseille, a port city in the south of France, has been a crossroads for trade and immigration since its foundation by the Greeks around 600 BC. In its heart is located in the Old Port where fishermen sell their catch on the quay lined with boats. The Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde basilica is a Romanesque church of Byzantine inspiration. Modern constructions, notably the radiant city, were designed by Le Corbusier and the CMA CGM of Zaha Hadid. Marseille was an important European commercial center and remained the main commercial port of the French Republic. Marseille is today the largest city in France on the Mediterranean coast and the largest commercial, freight and cruise port. Do you want to visit Marseille? You can book with a travel agent in your country!
The Cultural Strasbourg
Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region (Grand Est) in north-eastern France. It is also the official seat of the European Parliament. Located near the border with Germany, the city displays a culture and architecture with German and French influences. The Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral in Strasbourg offers daily entertainment on its astronomical clock and a panoramic view of the Rhine halfway up its 142-meter high bell tower. Strasbourg has also become the symbol of Franco-German reconciliation and more generally of European construction. The city has gradually specialized in political, cultural, and institutional functions.