Paris is a grand European capital full of architectural masterpieces like the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Provence, unlike Paris and northern France, enjoys year-round Mediterranean sunshine. This rural area is unspoiled by modernity and has a rustic, earthy charm.
The Côte d'Azur is a glamorous stretch of Mediterranean coastline named for its deep azure-blue waters.
Reims is one of France's "Villes d'Art et d'Histoire" ("Cities of Art and History"). The Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims is the most famous of the town's three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Hundred Years' War was won by Joan of Arc, France's national heroine, at the age of seventeen.
The French Alps have some of the world's most beautiful natural scenery. Mont Blanc, Europe's highest peak, rises to 4,810 metres.
A beautiful bucolic corner of France, grandiose castles overlook rolling vineyard hills. Beautiful tree-lined paths wind along the Garonne River and its tranquil canals.
Lyon, the heart of French gastronomy, is a gourmand's dream. Delicious regional specialties include quenelles (fish dumplings in a creamy sauce), steak, Bresse chicken with morels and salads.
The Parc Régional de Camargue, just 16 km from Arles in Provence, is a place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty.