France:Home to Some of the Most Romantic Spots on Earth

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France:Home to Some of the Most Romantic Spots on Earth

It's no secret that France is often remarked to as the most romantic country in the world, from it's capital the City of Love, to the beautiful, quaint countryside towns, the whole of France is covered in picture-perfect romantic getaways. Here are some of the top places to share a kiss with your significant other when visiting this remarkable nation.

1. The Eiffel Tower (Paris)

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A list of sights in France wouldn't be complete without the Eiffel Tower so let's get down to it. A symbol of Paris and the whole of France, the Eiffel Tower is the anchor which holds together Paris' notion as the city of love. Being right in the center of the city with no surrounding skyscrapers, the top of the tower offers an amazing view over the picturesque city.

2. Loire Valley

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After driving a few hours south-west of Paris you'll come to the Loire Valley, a beautiful example of French countryside studded with grand chateaus and none more impressive than the Château de Chambord, one of the biggest and most expensive palaces in France. Like most French countryside, the region is also renowned for its wine vineyards which stretch across much of the land there.

3. Louvre Museum (Paris)

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The largest art museum in the world, you could spend days wandering around appreciating the fascinating collections housed in the Louvre Museum The museum is housed in the Louvre palace, a building the warrants a visit all on its own with some of the most beautiful architecture in Europe. By far the most popular piece is the original of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, however the museum also hosts a huge range of prehistoric and ancient artifacts that can't be missed.

4. Nice (Côte d'Azur)

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A quaint city spanning along the Côte d'Azur, Nice is a perfect stop to explore the picturesque southern coast of France with its glamorous resorts and charming coastal towns. The city is well connected with much of Europe and offers some gorgeous golden beaches that see sun all year round. Although it's lovely enough to spend all your time relaxing in Nice, there are numerous charming French towns and empty beaches spanning the coast that highly warrant exploring.

5. The Versailles Palace (Versailles)

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The Versailles Palace was once the residence of the kings and queens of France in the 1600s, but the royalties were moved to Paris in 1789. The palace is also a museum with stunning collections depicting the glory of France. Be sure to check out the hall of mirrors, one of the most lavish and grand displays of wealth in the palace and also the historic point where the Treaty of Versailles was signed.

6. Annecy

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A lovely picturesque French town on the banks of Lake Annecy, it's often called the Venice of the Alps due to the charming canals that snake around the town. The scenery here is fantastic due to its location in-between the mountains of the French alps and the gorgeous turquoise waters of the lake. The medieval Old Town of Annecy makes for a perfect spot to stroll around and take in the colorful, aged architecture.

7. Mont-Saint-Michel

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One of the most unique sights you can find in France and all of Europe, Mont-Saint-Michel is an island built into a fortification with an abbey perched at the top. The quaint, narrow streets of the tiny island village are lined with historic picturesque buildings that make a visit to this town unforgettable. Interestingly enough there is an extremely similar island across the channel in Britain's Cornwall also called St Michael's Mount with a chapel and castle built on it.

8. Èze

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A beautiful medieval town built onto a rocky cliff overlooking the stunning Côte d'Azur, Èze is full of quaint, charming streets and old, stone French buildings. Apart from just enjoying walking around the streets and gazing at the magnificent coastal views, Èze is also famous for its Jardin botanique d'Èze, a botanical garden full of exotic plants especially cacti from all over the world.


A haven for exquisite architecture, history, culture and some of the most unique sights and views in Europe, a visit to France will often exceed all expectations as you witness the beauty and charm of the country.