5 Best Places You Should Visit In South of France

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The Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean and Alpine trees with an area of 643,801 square kilometers (248,573 sq mi) and a total population of 67.25 million, France is the perfect land, in fact, the dreamland, for visitors and tourist from all over the world. In France, the southern part is the most beautiful area as it attracts more tourists all the year than other parts of the country. The beautiful scenery, amazing food, rich culture and cute plethora of the villages will surely serve you a great deal of amusement, whether you are here for the first time or you have visited the South of France before.
We bring you the top 5 best places you must visit in the South of France at least once in your lifetime

1) Avignon


Once, the traveling of western Christendom the city with its stunning architecture and religious history will enhance your traveling zeal. This city carries uniqueness in time because six papal conclaves were held here at the Place of the Popes and this breathtaking building is a place where invaluable gothic frescoes is on the walls of the papal apartments.
With UNESCO world heritage sites this city also hosts theatre festival and that is the time when this whole place turns into a giant stage. Take a cruise on the river now!

2) Carcassonne


Truly a sight to behold, Carcassonne, is a city strongly guarded by the huge and mightier walls since the 4th century and these walls protect the city against the crown of Aragon (takes you to the Lords of the Rings or GoT). These walls see various changes in history as it was left to decay after the 18th century and in the 19th century, an architect with proud purpose gave strength to walls again. This will enrich your sense if you to visit history turned pages.
3) Aix-en-Provence

Apart from Avignon and Carcassonne, this city is visited by most of the tourists for the beautiful Cours Mirabeau. The charm of this city is lavender fields which you must visit.

4) Nice


How nice it is that a city named Nice! Nice as its name (which could be pronounced in a different way than to English word Nice) is a package of loaded beauty and long esplanades and spacious squares. It is the second largest city of France which will kill your boredom of being single second one. Calm & cool beach life, fascinating French food in stunning medieval old town is the reasons why you should choose this 'Nice' place to visit.

5) Albi



Sheer French perfection, the sense of aristocracy, sites to behold and beauty to capture within eyes are the best parts of Albi. Not only this, but the town is known as the home of the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who painted the painting of dancers, loved by the world. The beautiful town is UNESCO world heritage site. The region is also known for its delicious wines.
Now, all you need to do is to book your trip and prendre plaisir!

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