Things to Do & Attractions in France

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The red brick town of Albi is synonymous with the famous artist who was born here in 1864, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. This makes the town's Toulouse-Lautrec ...  Read more

Albi Cathedral

The Basilique Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile d'Albi, commonly known in English as the Albi Cathedral, looks quite a bit different than most of the ...  Read more

Alma Bridge (Pont de l'Alma)

Pont de l’Alma is a Parisian bridge built in 1854 in commemoration of the Franco-British alliance’s victory over the Russian army during the Crimean War. The ...  Read more

Alpilles Natural Regional Park (Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles)

Lying between the Camargue and Luberon in western Provence, the Alpilles is the newest of France’s 49 natural parks and covers an area of marshland, forest, ...  Read more

Alpine Museum (Le Musee Alpin)

Chamonix’s Alpine Museum is housed in a former Palace dating back to the early 20th century and highlights the development of the city’s tourism, back from ...  Read more

Alsatian Museum (Musée Alsacien)

Set up in 1907 to preserve the region’s unique cultural heritage, Strasbourg’s Alsatian Museum (Musée Alsacien) is a fascinating tribute to Alsatian folk ...  Read more


Those looking for a base from which to visit the castles of the Loire Valley can head to Amboise. Located on the Loire River, Amboise is a pedestrian-friendly ...  Read more

American Military Cemetery

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 106 Reviews

The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial may very well be the most visited American military cemetery in the world after Arlington, and with good reason: ...  Read more

Ancient Theatre of Fourviere

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

The oldest Roman theater in France, Lyon’s Ancient Theatre of Fourvière was built under the orders of Augustus and expanded in Hadrian’s time. Completed ...  Read more


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Sixteenth-century ramparts and winding cobbled streets on the French Riviera—welcome to Antibes! A Mediterranean city with quite the history, Antibes was ...  Read more

Antibes Port Vauban

The largest marina in Europe, with over 100 berths, Antibes’ ritzy Port Vauban is one of the most popular spots for yachts on the French Riviera. Originally a ...  Read more


Travelers don’t have to go to the south of France to spend a day in the water thanks to AquaBoulevard, the largest urban water park in Europe.   ...  Read more

Aquarium Mare Nostrum

Aquarium Mare Nostrum is located in Montpellier, on the French Mediterranean coast. The second most visited tourist site in the Languedoc-Roussillon area is ...  Read more

Aquarium Sea Life Paris Val D'Europe

Housed inside the huge Val D'Europe shopping mall, the Aquarium Sea Life Paris makes an easy side-trip from Disneyland Paris and with more than 350 sea ...  Read more

Aquarium Tropical de la Porte Dorée

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Paris’s tropical aquarium was constructed in 1931 by French architect Albert Laprade and it was intended as a permanent reminder of the Paris Colonial ...  Read more

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