I'm not OP I'm the other French, what kind of things do you like most ? Castles, hiking, wine, food, History in general ? I'd be happy to give you some place to go but there are so many things to do I'm asking for more precisions first
Yes, well spotted. Been up there for the kite festival a few times -- widely considered the best in the world.
> what kind of things do you like most ? Castles, hiking, wine, food, History in general ? I'd be happy to give you some place to go but there are so many things to do I'm asking for more precisions first
Yes, of course, I was just curious as to what a French poster would say to that question with no guidance from me.
But to reply to your question, I would be interested in ancient or modern history (not so much the stuff in the middle, knights and all that don't do it for me), spectacular scenery, quaint villages, maybe a beach or two...
>>1071964 > I was just curious as to what a French poster would say to that question with no guidance from me
Ideas were kinda of rushing in my head so rather than make a 2000 caracters long post about why I love my country I decided to ask
>Ancient or modern history
Well I know dozens of medieval castles, cities, cillages etc but no problem I can deal with other times too Around the Mediterranean coast would be a good choice for that, there a lot of Roman remains -the Pont du Gard, the highest Roman aqueduct of the empire -Very well preserved arenas in Nîmes and Arles among other -Roman roads still in place -Some villas with mosaics still in place -The amphitheatre of Orange, among the world's best preserved -The theatre of Vaison-la-Romaine too, 6000 places still intact Well you get it, I could list more
Also Greek remains: -Ancient city of Glanum -A lot of Greek artefacts in museum -Several cities founded by them
And even if you aren't interested in the Middle-Ages history itself I still recommand visiting Carcassonne, it's really impressive
I'll make a second post concerning sceneries and the rest
>>1071971 Oh and also forgot to mention even older remains: the Celtic ones The Lozère department has a lot of menhir, and some dolmens too. However if you are into that I recommand Brittany. Largest erected stone gathering in Europe (Carnac), and tons of menhir, dolmen, cromlech. It isn't history as much as it is legend but it still counts.
Obviously if you love museums, Paris is the place to go. The Louvre of course, you'll see things from every time and every country in the world. The museum of the Quai Branly is very nice too in that regard, it is full of artefacts from less known cultures (from Africa, the Australian aboriginals etc)
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