Map of northern France
Map of northern France with cities. Map of northern France (Western Europe - Europe) to print. Map of northern France (Western Europe - Europe) to download. To the northern France, dazzling monuments stand out: the splendid Gothic cathedral of Amiens, Arras square with its Flemish Baroque influences, and Renaissance-inspired Chateau de Chantilly as its shown in the map of northern France. Plus the most important military cemetery in France! All these sit alongside extraordinary cultural spots including the Louvre-Lens, an Art-Déco art museum, and giant aquarium Nausicáa.
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From thousands of years of history to beautiful castles and enough delicious food to fill your tummy every waking minute, Northern France is stunning. Honestly, you are going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to all the best places in the north of France, especially if you are travelling around the region. Le Havre as its mentioned in the map of northern France is much more than just a port town, with lots of things to see and do when you arrive. Make sure to visit the museum of modern art, the stunning Le Havre Cathedral and the beautiful, Les Jardins Suspendus.
Northern France is often overlooked when planning a French getaway, while Southern France never fails to be a popular choice for family holidays and romantic retreats. However, the wonders of Northern France and everything it has to offer starts from its exquisite beaches and beautiful vineyards to towns dripping in culture and the birthplace of Camembert as you can see in the map of northern France, there is something for everyone. No longer just a Eurostar stop between London and Brussels, Lille has emerged as a destination in its own right. Head southeast from Calais to Lille, where you will discover the jewel in Nord-Pas-de-Calais crown has a surprising cultural scene, fine restaurants and a quaint old town.
Calais and its lace museum (the Calais lace so dear to Kate Middleton), Lille and its famous "Vieux Lille" (old Lille) district, Arras and its Louvre-Lens, Boulogne-sur-Mer and its national centre for the sea called "Nausicaa", Laon – cherished by Victor Hugo –, Chantilly and its château, Amiens and its cathedral, the Somme Bay and its seals as its shown in the map of northern France.