Tips for traveling to France

France is one of the most visited countries in the world, especially by European tourists, many of them Spanish, who take advantage of the proximity to get to know it, although it is true that we almost always visit the same cities and we do not know much of a country that is fantastic and has so much to offer.

Here are some tips to travel to France and make your trip perfect:

– Without a doubt, Paris is a city that you have to visit since it is one of the most beautiful in the world. You could spend months and not know it fully thanks to the large number of attractions, monuments and spectacular places that you should visit. It is essential to visit Eurodisney, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral or the Champs Elysees.

– The gastronomy of France is considered one of the best in the world. Cheeses, pastries and high quality agricultural products are the main delicacies in any corner of the country. Of course, you cannot leave the country without trying the crepes and without dining in a typical Bistro where you can try the best French specialties.

Driving in France is very easy and the roads are in very good condition. The speed limit is at 130 km / h, which is reduced to 110 if it is raining. Normally everyone respects the rules of the road as there are many surveillance cameras and radars that take care of it. There are both toll roads and free highways, just like here. Gasoline is much more expensive than in Spain, so if you go by car try to fill up the tank before entering French territory.

– There is a great variety of hotels, although I recommend that you stay in a classic that has been a placete or any other historical building that retains that beautiful old touch.

– There are many sea towns and fishing villages that are worthwhile such as the entire C么te d’Azur , Chateaux, Villefranche Sur Mer, Cap Ferrer or the Loire , a spectacular French countryside that has the best of the country’s natural landscape.

– Finally, prices are usually of all kinds, I have always heard that they were much higher than in Spain but I was there last year and it is not that bad, at least in Paris. Yes there are much more expensive things, especially in restaurants, but you also pay an excellent quality in all the products.