Welcome To France

Amazing museums, awe-inspiring churches, beautiful neighbourhoods, fantastic gourmet restaurants, vibrant cafés, fascinating boutiques, and stunning gardens abound in France’s biggest towns. To scrape the surface, travellers might spend a week in Paris, Nice, Lyon, or Bordeaux, but all of the destinations on our list are worth a few days.

Amiens

Amiens has everything a sophisticated French city should have, including a magnificent Gothic cathedral, lively cafés, intriguing museums, and a few unexpected sights. The UNESCO-listed Cathédrale Notre-Dame, France’s biggest Gothic cathedral, is the city’s primary attraction. Outside of the cathedral, though, there is enough to see and do.

One of France’s most important fine-arts museums, the Musée de Picardie, is situated in a magnificent Second Empire edifice in Amiens and contains treasures of painting and sculpture.

In French cities, tourist services abound, and the cities are well-designed to welcome visitors. Travelers can rely on dependable public transportation as well as a diverse selection of hotels and other accommodations. You can select the best places to visit with our list of the top cities in France.