When it comes to tourist spots, France has a lot to offer the visiting holiday makers. It would be quite a task to select just 10 of these wonderful places, so to get you started, find the list below.

  1. Eiffel Tower

This immensely huge iconic landmark attracts thousands of tourists and is always included in the first 10 places to visit in France. The best views are offered on the 3rd level of the tower.eiffel tower

  1. Mont Saint-Michel

A nice backdrop that is not so easy to beat, the Mont Saint-Michel accommodates the medieval church, the historic fortifications and a stunning Romanesque Abbey, among others.

  1. Nimes Arena

This arena is among the world-famous amphitheaters that are kept in their best condition. It offers some detailed exhibits and an interactive audio guide to bring your visiting experience to life.

  1. Palace of Versailles

The palace prominently displays the magnificence and wealth of the French monarchy. Among the things worth seeing include stunning architecture, art and antiques, the magnificent gardens and fabulous furniture. Guided tours and audio headsets are available for each visitor.

  1. Musee du Louvre

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Musee du Louvre

This museum contains sculpture, artifacts and world-famous art that cover historical periods that span 2,000+ years. There are a lot to see in this medieval palace that exploring it for one full day may not be enough.

  1. World War 1 Battlefields

It contains the cemeteries, memorials, museums and the fortifications of the Somme. The WW1 battlefields is a serious and sad reflection of a dreadful clash that should always be remembered.

  1. Carcassonne

Carcassonne is a reinforced, picturesque town with fairy tale like appearance and a history that dates back many years back. Great attractions await visiting tourists, including the double-fortified walls measuring 3 kilometers and the 52 separate towers.

  1. Pont du Gard

One of the best Roman sites that remind us that France was once an important part of the Roman Empire. The Pont du Gard is an ancient iconic, wondrous bridge and aqueduct, which you must not fail to visit.

  1. D-Day Sites

This is where one of the history’s biggest and extremely significant wartime operations took place. There are beaches here to explore and also museums telling the history of D-Day, including the locations of airborne troops and the Special Forces operations.

  1. Grotte de Font de Gaume

This is a prehistoric cave that is most visited by tourists and is considered as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Grotte de Font de Gaume is located in Les Eyzies and contains wall paintings of prehistoric ages.