France is famous for many things – from cuisine to landmarks to its rich history and culture. Paris alone is home to numerous iconic monuments and sites such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, and the Champs de Mars. But there’s also a more natural side to France, with picturesque landscapes dotted all across the country.

The French Alps are known for their snow-capped mountains and beautiful scenery, while the lavender fields of Provence are a must-see attraction during spring and summer. Besides these, there are so many more things to discover in this gorgeous European country. With Woyago’s guided tours in France, you can make sure to see everything that this amazing country has to offer!


France has a population of about 67 million people (in 2021). It is the largest country in Western Europe and its capital city is Paris. It is part of the EU and has several overseas regions and territories including Corsica, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, Réunion, and New Caledonia.

One of the most famous landmarks of France is the Eiffel Tower, designed by Gustave Eiffel and built in 1889 as a part of the World’s Fair. The tower is so well-known that it has become a symbol of Paris and is recognized all over the globe. It is even listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

Another famous landmark in France is the Notre-Dame de Paris, an ancient Medieval Catholic cathedral, which features beautiful stained glass windows. It is one of the most visited places in the world and is a must-see when visiting the country.

The French Alps also have some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. With its snow-capped mountains and beautiful scenery, the Alps are one of the most popular destinations for hikers and skiers. The Alps are also home to some of the best ski resorts in Europe.

As a result of the French Revolution and the subsequent events of the Age of Enlightenment, the notions of liberté (freedom), egalité (equality), and fraternité (fraternity) became prominent in the country’s culture and politics. These ideas are reflected in the country’s national motto “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternite” (Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood).

While crime rates in France are generally low, petty theft such as pickpocketing and purse or phone snatching is common. Burglaries of parked cars or rental homes are also a concern. However, these incidents are rare outside major cities and in rural areas at night.

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