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Are you interested in taking a European vacation sometime soon? If this is the case, you will need to decide where your exact destination will be. There are certainly many beautiful countries to explore in Europe, each one having its own unique charms and culture. If you have never been to France before, this is a country that you must visit at least once during your life. The sights, sounds, history and culture of this amazing country will absolutely blow you away. You can learn more about what France has to offer by looking online. You can be rest assured that a vacation in France will be unlike any trip you have ever taken before. Here are some things to see and do in France.

1. Champs-Élysées
This is one of the most famous streets for shopping in the world. No matter what it is that you want to buy, you will find it here. If you have a passion for shopping, you could easy spend your entire French vacation just on this one street. It is also famous for having some of the most expensive stores in the world. Every major designer clothing company is represented here.

2. The Louvre
This is easily one of the two or three most famous museums of any kind in the world. Home of the world famous “Mona Lisa” painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, The Louvre also houses some of the world’s most important paintings and sculptures, created by the greatest artistic geniuses who ever lived. Even if you just have a passing interest in art, this museum must be a part of your itinerary while you are visiting France.

3. Palace of Versailles
The city of Versailles was the center of the French government from 1683 to 1788. The Palace of Versailles is one of the largest palaces in the world. It is an architectural masterpiece and something that must be seen to be believed. Touring the palace is a great opportunity to see the opulence and excess of the French royals that angered the French citizens to overthrow the government during the bloody French Revolution.

4. Eiffel Tower
This is easily one of the most recognizable structures in the world. For more than a century, it has stood watch over Paris. Before you leave Paris and head for home, you must take a trip to the top of the tallest structure in the country.

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