Women’s World Cup 2019: all you need to know about traveling to France.
More than two decades after hosting the 1998 World Cup, France will again provide the stage for some of the biggest football stars, but this time it will be the biggest woman on the planet who shows their skills.
For fans who like to travel to France in 2019 for the Women’s World Cup, there are six attractions that you can visit:
Paris Photo: European Business Insider
From “City of Light” to “City of Love”, and not forgetting the “capital of the world of fashion” and “the center of gastronomic universe”, Paris can only be summarized with its aliases, especially those holding the rest. exceeds “The most beautiful city in the world”. Although this is a statement that is not difficult to prove, Paris is certainly worthy of monuments, restaurants, museums, neighborhoods, cultural attractions, interesting residents and visitors for centuries.
Whether you are looking for a museum, gastronomy, high fashion, or a combination of all three, Paris is the ultimate destination for lovers of everything you expect. And of course there is always the Eiffel Tower.
The Palace of Versailles is one of the most beloved landmarks in Europe and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for 30 years. Versailles is a magnificent French city with deep royal roots.
The palace is decorated with gold, crystals and precious stones and is celebrated for the luxury of an apartment. This is a very well-maintained area and offers many rooms and galleries for tourists. They all give an extra sparkle to this site.
Versailles Castle | Photo: Matador
Provence seems to be the most popular in France. The locals are friendly, the summer is amazing and the wine is delicious. Because landscapes often exceed frequent tourist expectations, good country life cannot be right. The best part to visit in Provence is the fact that Provence has dry summers and cool, humid winters. May, June and September are good months to travel to Provence, which means you are lucky! Thank you later
Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most memorable sights in Europe. The island is located in a charming bay, where Normandy and Brittany join, and offer a wide view. The story of how the mountain has become a beautiful place for colorful Christian worship.
Mont Saint-Michel must be visited because the monastery (which is always the main destination of pilgrims and tourists), restaurants, and stunning views of the bay, and if the Women’s World Cup match in western France is on the 2019 agenda it is worth the tour.
French cuisine is very influential in Western cuisine. French cuisine is a heavenly blend of culture, tradition, sophistication, and, above all, love of food. The French consider cooking ingredients and techniques as a way of life.
French Cuisine Photo: The Japan Times
The French like to eat well and eat, and centuries-old cuisine has played an important role in French society and the image of being loved by France abroad. Great chefs are considered more than just cooking artists because French cuisine is complicated and requires patience and practice to master every aspect, and France’s culinary heritage is so extensive that it is almost impossible to compile a comprehensive list.
La Cote d’Azur
Once upon a time everyone called this charming stretch of the Mediterranean coast of the French Riviera. In 1888, then the writer Stephen La Cote d’Azur called, included a name and the rest was history. The Côte d’Azur includes several glamorous seaside resorts such as St Tropez and Cannes and the independent state of Monaco.
Mercantour National Park, along with 13 other Côte d’Azur Nature Parks, form a large playground for hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, canyons, climbing and caves. In this region there are 15 ski resorts with more than 700 km of slopes.
They are definitely a world championship that you will never forget!