France is full of history and interesting sights to see in both rural and urban locations. The northern regions have historical landmarks, welcoming cities and are the gateway to many other countries. By contrast the south is famous for its luxury along the Cote d'Azur from Cassis to Monaco. In between are ski resorts, miles of beautiful coastline, many vibrant cities and hundreds of exciting adventures to be had.
A small city with a huge history, Cherbourg in Normandy has more to offer than you might think. Its rolling hills and lush green valleys belies the violence and bloodshed that linger to the history of this region of France.
Gay Paris! What is there not to love about this historic, cultural, bohemian rich city? We struggled to find anything! Paris is more than a city. It's a feeling, an emotion that can't be put into words. Head there and soak up the experience!
Sainte Mère Église is a typical French village which became a famous location as part of the D-Day campaign. On 6th June 1944 US paratroopers landed here as part of the Allied Invasion, but on the same night there was a local fire in the town.