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The Most Magnificent Highlights of France

France is one of the most charming countries in Europe. Culture, art, architecture, food, magnificence, elegance, and much much more! This is what it offers to tourists coming from all over the world to enjoy a holiday in France.

In such rich country in terms of sites and remarkable activities to carry out, tourists who travel to France should always organize their trip and timetable very well to get the best of the best of their vacations. This is why today, we would be shedding light on some of the most magnificent places and things to do in France that tourists should never miss.

A walk in the Champs-Élysées is surely a must! If you think about it, this is the most famous and popular street in the whole world! It is also one of the most luxurious and huge commercial hub of Paris. Dating back to the 18th century, when the whole area became a fashionable place, tourists spending their vacations in France should never miss the chance to explore the Champs-Élysées Street.

At the end of one part of the Champs-Élysées, there is the Arc de Triomphe, another landmark of Paris, quite distinctive and marvelous. Construction works of this distinctive arch dates to the beginning of the 19th century as Napoleon wanted it to reflect the victories of the French armies. However, it was completed in 1836 and today it is one of the most wonderful monuments vacationers who spend their holidays in France are keen to explore during their tour of Paris.

What would be more impressive and amazing in this area than the iconic Eiffel Tower, or Tour Eiffel as they call it in French. This striking huge tower is purely made out of iron. Constructed in 1889 by Gustav Eiffel, the tower is 324 meters high. Tour Eiffel is the most important monument in the country with millions of travelers who travel to France visiting it every year.

Located near Paris, the Mont Saint Michel is another quite charming monument that welcomes numerous travelers who tour France. Situated on an isolated island near Normandy. Historians assert that a monastery was constructed on this island as early as the 8th century as it represented a significant strategic point. Another amazing fact about this monastery is that it is located on a tidal island where there is no water between the so called island and the rest of France during various periods of the year.

Chateau de Chenonceau is a unique monument located in France. Situated in a spanning position over the water of the River Cher. Constructed in the beginning of the 16th century over the remaining ruins of an ancient mill. A couple of decades later this unparalleled section that is built of the river was erected. Today, the palace of Chateau de Chenonceau welcomes several tourists who travel to France for their vacations.