Places to visit in france paris
In 2009, I made a roadtrip through the south of France. Starting from Barcelona, we took Montpellier as our “base of operations” where we rented a gîte at a very good price. Being in the middle of the Côte d’Azur, every day, we made day trips to the surroundings:
In 2010, we again traveled by car, this time along the coast of Northern France from Paris via Chartres, Rennes, Dinan, Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, the Route du Débarquement, Rouen and Giverny.
French highways are a bit expensive but comfortable and safe. The secondary highways are also characterized by their excellent state of preservation and allow you to get to know the country better. The speed limit on freeways is 130 km/h, on dual carriageways 110 km/h and 90 km/h on two-way roads.
France has a varied and temperate climate. In the northwest, temperatures are influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, so there is more humidity and winters are milder. In the east, the climate is continental so winters are colder and clearer and, during the summers, the weather is stormier. In the south the climate is more Mediterranean and we will have warm summers and mild winters.
What to visit in France in 7 days
Here are the top 10 singles travel destinations to have a great time, as well as tips on when to travel, to take advantage of the best social events in each place to meet people.
The Cheese Museum is a cozy place to sample delicious Dutch cheeses for free, while the Anne Frank House allows you to learn in detail about her sad but gripping story during the Nazi regime. If you are looking for a truly original museum, visit the Heineken Museum. End a perfect day with a cocktail by one of the canals that run through the city.
In every country there is always a city that sees the sun rise before the others. In Italy it is Otranto, in the southern Salento. Salento is ideal for all trips for singles looking for a getaway in a sunny place, with atmosphere, good beaches and delicious gastronomy.
Gallipoli, Porto Cesareo, Roca Vecchia, Porto Selvaggio and Punta Prosciutto are just some of the towns you can visit in this area frequented by young travelers. If you want to spend a typical Salento night, meet people and dance until the early hours of the morning, don’t miss the Taranta night, where you can learn the pizzica, the typical dance of the Puglia region.
Barcelona is famous for its art and architecture, and for being a hub not to be missed on any Mediterranean itinerary. Take a tour of Gaudi’s famous buildings, stroll through the streets of the Gothic Quarter, enjoy the nightlife in the hundreds of bars and nightclubs or sunbathe on the Barceloneta beach.
Montpellier, in the south of France, is about 10 km from the Mediterranean coast. The city is famous for its exceptional architecture, such as the Gothic cathedral of Saint-Pierre dating from the 14th century. It is a beautiful French seaside town with a majestic and casual air.
At first glance, Savona looks like a typical Italian port city, but if you stroll through its medieval center you will see that it has a lot to offer. Bars, restaurants and stores make Savona a recommended stop as part of a Mediterranean itinerary.
The city’s famous leaning tower has made it a tourist attraction but there is much more to Pisa than its imperfect architecture. Pisa’s iconic university, founded in the 12th century, makes the city a popular destination for young people in Italy.
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With its almost three kilometers of ramparts, Dinan and its 14th century castle stand proudly on the Rance River. From the marina, located in the lower part of the city, beautiful walks lead to the estuary. On the other hand, in the upper part, the cantilevered medieval houses complete the visit of this town with a marked medieval character.
Normandy is the cradle of Impressionism. It is historically known for a very significant war stage in World War II, the Landings on the Normandy Beaches; and has a rich medieval heritage with its most popular representation in the fantastic Mont-Saint-Michel.
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