France is the largest country in the EU and is the world’s most popular tourist destination. On your cruise to France you’ll get to see just a few reasons why tourists the world over keep coming back for more.
Cruises to France are hugely popular, but if it’s sunshine and high living you’re after then the place to be is surely the Côte d’Azur on the south coast – also known as the French Riviera. There’s surfing opportunities in Biarritz, the sunning prospects in St Tropez or the chance to see where all the film festival magic happens in Cannes. This is where you’ll find all the fabulously dressed holidaymakers – where no doubt you’ll fit right in!
History buffs will love La Rochelle – not only is Le Vieux Port one of the most beautiful and active ports out there, you’ll also find museums aplenty. Le Bunker de La Rochelle is an actual redeveloped war bunker, the Musées des Automates is dedicated to puppets, while the La Rochelle Natural History Museum is an ode to the great French explorers of the 19th century.
Food and Drink
Croissants, crepes, escargots, fromage, moules, the ubiquitous French baguette – there are so many foods associated with France, it’ll be (almost) impossible to fit them all into one trip.