I have been to France a number of times, mostly Paris. The iconic European city should be on everyone’s must visit list. Be sure to take in the major sites such of the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame, but spend time getting lost on small streets. My favorite neighborhoods are Montmartre and Le Marais. Because of the huge number of immigrants in France you have the option of cuisine from all over the world, so when you get tired of duck and baguettes try a chicken shawarma or a falafel. The South of France is sublime. My suggestion is that you rent a car from the Nice airport and plan a five to seven day road trip that should include Provence, Èze, Nice, Grasse, Cannes, and Saint-Tropez. Take the train to Monaco from Nice rather than driving. Thank me later! All in all France is part of the quintessential Euro trip. #catchmeinfrance
Where to stay
where to eat
Astoux et Brun
Best meal I have ever had in France. You must order the moules (mussels) and the huîtres chaudes (hot oysters).
Le Dindon en Laisse
Just really good food, the duck is always a good option. However, you can't go wrong here!
what to see
Nikki Beach Saint Tropez
Fun, vibrant, place to see and be seen
Cute French Streets