When talking about France, usually immediately imagine a romantic city, delicious pastries that make you drool, and the people who speak just has to make us melt without the need to understand what they are talking about. Let us look interesting cities to visit in France by month your trip! So that your holiday is not only to the Eiffel Tower.
1. July – Avignon
July is the month of lovers of the theater because there Avignon Festival which takes place throughout the month! Eits, do not underestimate its small size. During the festival, the town center that cute will be filled with tens of thousands of performances of thousands of theater groups that meet hundreds of stage throughout the festival. One of the most important performances of the festival is usually displayed in an open amphitheater, Palais des Papes is super cool. For this one, make sure you buy a ticket from long ago because the demand aplenty. And from my experience, the weekend is simply not enough to enjoy all the shows that I am interested, so spend some time if you are a theater enthusiast.
PS: In addition to the drop in Avignon, do not forget to enjoy the excitement of the Tour de France and a spectacular fireworks in the big cities on the 14th July for Bastille Day!
2. August – Arles
If you like the photos, it’s worth a peek Rencontres d’Arles photography festival that you are getting okay shots. August is also your last chance to hunt free concerts in the open air in all of France. Even if you’re lucky, maybe you have the opportunity to watch your step on the screen as a couple in a million love this country. If you already have a couple of course, ahem.
3. September – Lyon
This month is very convenient to visit France since the weather is still warm but the number of tourists has begun to diminish. Mid-September, you should utilize Culture Day (Journée de Patrimoine) by visiting museums in France. For movie lovers, I encourage you to stop by to Lyon. Lyon is the hometown of the Lumière Brothers were famous through their discovery in the world of cinematography. Do not forget to also visit the Museum of Miniatures and Cinema belongs to Om Dann Ohlmann super cross-eyed, I met directly with him, you know the time Journée de Patrimoine.
4. October – Colmar
Time to harvest grapes! From the city of Colmar, one of the inspirations from his village Belle in Beauty and the Beast, you can also know along the Route des Vins its Alsace region because in this month the wineries they were ripe-ranumnya. Once in a while may dong ya streets replaced the tea gardens so beautiful streets in the vineyard.
5. November – Toulouse
This month also exciting to know that you are really the same hobby aircraft to drop in to the city of Toulouse because no Airbus headquarters there. You can mess around satisfied at the Cité de l’Espace which will take you to outer space or in Aeroscopia where you can see the unique planes were never going to see you at the airport in Cengkareng.
6. December – Strasbourg
This is the most beautiful moments throughout the winter, and it’s time we pay a visit to Strasbourg. Strasbourg is the “Capitale de Noël” or translated: Christmas capital. Why is the capital? Because the Strasbourg Christmas Market is the oldest and largest in France, so most attended mandatory for all four weeks before Christmas arrives. The proof, when I popped into the Christmas Markets in Baden-Baden, Germany, my taxi driver to wonder why I still bother to play there when I lived in the capital Natal, hahaha.
7. January – Bordeaux
Although the new year celebrations in France is still exciting with in our homeland, but we are comforted by the early discount! Everywhere you look, you will see discounts bars lined up along the shopping street. I think ya fun play to Bordeaux, a city famous for its wine and formerly a city of residence of the bourgeoisie. Warm themselves while tasting delicious wine. Yum!
8. February – Menton
In this month, Menton city residents will be busy creating monuments of lemon and orange! From dragons to Taj Mahal, all will be yellow and orange. Not to mention at the Lemon Festival – or the original French “Fête du Citron” – this you can also see the illuminations Jardin de Lumières were good.
9. March – Annecy
While the weather is still cold and the snow still covered the mountain tops, let’s use this opportunity to ski in Annecy, a town in the Alps that is often called the “Venice of the Alps”. Well you know, a mix of Venice and the Alps apparently, lacking anything else try this town? Do not miss the Carnaval Venitien which falls on the weekend after Mardi Gras festival.