Paris seems to be the go-to destination for Americans looking for a taste of France, but the countryside has plenty of beautiful sights to offer. The south of France, in particular, is a wonderful place full of culture and splendor.
The university town of Aix is one of the most gorgeous in the country, with tree-lined streets, chapels and a younger vibe that breathes life into the city walls. It’s also known as the city of a thousand fountains because the place is full of them. The Fountain of the Four Dolphins is not to be missed.
Lourdes is something of a religious mecca in Southern France and is said to be the spot where the Virgin Mary appeared to Bernadette Soubirous at the Grotto of Massabielle in 1858. The area has become a little gimmicky, but the cathedrals that have been erected here since are astonishing.
This little town nestled against he Pyrenees was once home to King Henry IV and his castle still stands as a remarkable testament to his reign. You’ll enjoy leisurely strolling alone the sidewalks in this quaint city with spectacular views of the mountain in the distance.
Nimes is a home to some of the most venerable and striking monuments in the country, including the Amphitheatre and the Temple of Diana. It was a favorite among Roman and Spanish emperors and the city center is now home to numerous boutique shops and restaurants.
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