France tourist map
Tourist map of France tourist attractions. France tourist map (Western Europe - Europe) to print. France tourist map (Western Europe - Europe) to download. Paris, the capital city houses the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Montmartre, Arc de Triomphe, the river Seine, the Louvre Museum and many other great attractions as its shown in France tourist map. The Eiffel Tower in the centre of Paris is often referred to as the "Iron Lady" and is 324 m high/ 1,063 ft. Versailles Palace, located in the outskirts of Paris, this palace was embellished by several generations of designers. French monarchs from Louis XIV to Louis XVI have lived there. Mont Saint Michel, the gothic-style, Benedictine abbey is located in the Normandy. The cathedral has been built on a rocky islet surrounded by powerful tides.
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Pont du Gard, this ancient 50 m high three-level bridge is a technical masterpiece in Occitanie. It was built shortly before the Christian era to allow the Nîmes aqueduct, nearly 50 km long, to cross the Gardon river. Château de Chambord, built in 1519, Chambord is the largest of the Loire Valley castles and has 440 rooms. There are about 300 castles in the Loire Valley as its mentioned in France tourist map. The origin of most of the Loire Valley castles comes from the Hundred Year-War between France and England. The famous Arc de Triomphe stands in the centre of the French capital Paris at the Place Charles de Gaulle (also known as Place de l'Etoile). The lavender fields in southern France are popular with many visitors when the bright purple fragrant lavender blossoms from late June to early August.
There are so many more exciting places and landmarks, gorgeous beaches, historic cities and villages, ancient ruins and majestic castles to visit as you can see in France tourist map. Among these are: Côte d’Azur for turquoise blue sea and great beaches, Corsica: island in the Mediterranean sea, known for being the birth place of Napoleon, French Alps: great for hiking, skiing and snowboarding, Provence: region with lavender fields and old historic towns like Avignon, Lascaux Caves: for 17,000 years old rock paintings.