Following are the best place to visit in France
01: Provence is famous for its fragrant lavender fields.
02: See the waterlilies that inspired Claude Monet at his home in Giverny.
03: Ride a white horse with a French cowboy (called a gardian) in the Camargue, Europe's largest river delta.
04: Slurp up a bowl of bouillabaisse (fish stew) in its birthplace, Marseille.
05: Step back in time and imagine the cavemen who once painted these ancient murals inside the caves of Lascaux. The paintings are estimated to be over 17,000 years old.
06: Pick up a fresh baguette, some stinky cheese, and a bottle of wine and picnic under the Eiffel Tower in the Champ de Mars.
07: Walk along the mud flats of Mont Saint-Michel Bay during low tide and admire the gorgeous Benedictine abbey.
08: Bike past the fragrant lavender fields in Provence.
09: Get lost in the gardens of Versailles.
10: Camp out on a secluded beach on the island of Corsica.
11: Taste Champagne in the Champagne region.
12: Dig for clams and cockels on the beaches of Normandy.
13: Eat at a Michelin-starred restaurant like Le Meurice in Paris.
14: Ski the slopes of Val d’Isère or Courchevel.
15: Stroll along the ramparts of the medieval city of Carcassonne.
16: Smell the homemade perfumes at a perfume factory in Grasse.
17: Sunbathe on a beach in Cannes.
18: See the ruins of an ancient Roman amphitheater in Nimes
19: Climb up to the Sacré-Cœur cathedral in Montmartre and admire the incredible views of Paris.
20: Go kitesurfing off the coast of northern France.
21: Look up at the beautiful vaulted ceilings inside Chartres Cathedral.
22: Go wine tasting in Bordeaux.
23: Yacht around Saint-Tropez.
24: Try a tarte flambée (a type of flatbread pizza usually topped with cheese, ham, and onions) in Alsace.
25: Hike through the Verdon Gorge, the Grand Canyon of France.