This article will bring you to the list of the most affordable places to visit in France that are also beautiful! Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice in case you are planning to travel to France. France is a massive country and finding a definitive answer to a list of places in France, depends more on your willingness, and especially your budget. You can spend an absolute fortune in Paris’ luxury hotels and shopping malls and yet come home dissatisfied that you did not see much. Or you can follow our list while adhering to a strict budget and see a lot of France in just one go. Albeit, you will not be lodging in the places where royalty dines, but you will have a good experience like the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit France each year.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of most affordable places to visit in France that are also beautiful the from their list.
We are starting off our list with Reims, which is the unofficial capital of Champagne-Ardenne region of France. If you ever wanted to see how Champagne is made and where it’s made, then Reims could be your dream destination. As you can imagine there are many champagne houses headquartered that offer tours and tasting for tourists. Apart from those, you can also visit Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, where for thousands of years French kings have been crowned. Other attractions include Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park, Palace of Tau the palace of the Arch Bishop of France, and many more historical sites. Then we have Carcassonne, a beautiful hilltop town in France’s Languedoc area. The most notable tourist attraction in Carcassonne is the medieval citadel, La Cité. This edifice boasts numerous watchtowers and double-walled fortifications. Other attractions include Basilica of Saints Nazarius and Celsus, Canal du Midi a beautiful 240-kilometer long canal, and Château de Quéribus a historical monument. Strasbourg is the capital of Grand Est region. Due to its proximity to the German border, you can see both German and French influence in the city’s architecture and culture. The city has great historic and political significance. And of course, Strasbourg boasts unparalleled natural beauty alongside many architectural marvels — including but not limited to the Strasbourg Cathedral, Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, and the Ill river.