Spring, summer, autumn and winter‖France travel guide
Do you want to go to France? Stuck between south of France and Paris or other French cities? How about following spring, summer, autumn and winter guide, visit relevant French attractions to check in, and enjoy grand festivals, sporting events, or gorgeous lavender fields of sunflowers that you usually can't look at~
Paris | French Open | from mid-May to early June
The French Open, also known as "French Open", takes place every year from May to June. This tennis competition is held at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France.
The tournament was founded in 1891 and is only Grand Slam tennis tournament held on clay courts. Due to slow nature of clay court, this competition is also considered tennis event that requires most physical strength and perseverance.
① Provence in south of France｜Lavender sunflower｜Mid-June to mid-August
The first choice for traveling in France in summer is Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in south of France. You can not only visit most beautiful cities in south of France, but also admire lavender. and sunflowers, and stand in endless flower fields and soak up sunshine.
② South Fanis｜Cote d'Azur
Even French come to Nice for holidays, how can you miss it. Nice in summer is perfect place to relax, wouldn't it be great to take a blanket with you, soak up sun on a pebbly beach and look at blue of Mediterranean Sea.
③ All of France｜French sale season｜From end of June
When you come to fashion capital, how can you not buy, buy, buy? Every June, biggest discount season of year begins in France, and discount season will last for 6 weeks.
Chambord is most majestic and majestic castle of French Renaissance. It is not to be missed on a tour of Loire Valley. Chambord was glorified by French king and Italian artist: Francis I and Leonardo da Vinci. In 1516, art-loving king invited Da Vinci, a famous master at time, to live in his castle, which also marked beginning of French Renaissance movement.
② Alsace region｜White wine
Alsace is located at crossroads of France and Germany. Since it is inland and close to north of France, Alsace has a typical cool continental climate. Therefore, grape ripening period in autumn is long and there is a lot of low rainfall and fertile soil laid a good basis for production finest white wines of Alsace.
① Strasbourg｜Christmas Market｜End of December - beginning of January
The Strasbourg Christmas Market, oldest Christmas market in Europe, dates back to 1570. It is said that in memory of young Jesus, it is also called "Marketplace of Holy Child Jesus".
Since then, a Christmas market has been held in Strasbourg every year. In city center are twelve assembly points lined up with hundreds of booths selling specialty French and German delicacies that have a centuries-old heritage. , Handicrafts, as well as various antique Christmas-themed crockery.
② Nice｜Nice Carnival｜End of February - beginning of March
"Carnival is most popular cultural event to learn about the country" - Jorge Amado.
Coming to Nice in winter?
In fact, Nice Carnival will take place every year from end of February to beginning of March, at which time crowds from all over world and carnival performers will gather at Place Massena in Nice, and stage will be very hot. It is also one of best travel options for parents and children, and carnival lasts about two weeks