From historical sites to galleries, art museums, and mesmerizing parks, these are the French tourist attractions that locals also adore.  

The Eiffel Tower in Paris

The Eiffel attracts over 2 million tourists annually; however, it still remains a picturesque spot for locals.  As a matter of fact, it was built in 1888 by architect Gustave Eiffel. There's so much to see and do there, like climbing the stairs or admiring the incredible illuminations of the Tower at night. People go there also to learn about its history and piece of art.  Some locals spend their time at the very top of the Eiffel Tower to find a choice of a glass of either rosé or white champagne. Most of them use their prestige car hire to find out the Eiffel Tour’s nearby.

Musée d’Art Moderne, Céret, Roussillon

There are many tourist attractions you shouldn’t miss out in France. The Musée d'Art Moderne de Céret is one of them, which is a modern and contemporary art museum situated in Céret. It was constructed in 1950 by Pierre Brune and Frank Burty Haviland. Many people admire its surroundings of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. Additionally, the museum itself holds the largest collection of Picasso, Matisse, and Chagall's works.

The Chartres Cathedral

This is one of the top Chartres must sees, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1979. The colored glass is crafted into stained glass windows from the 12th and 13th centuries. It is a masterpiece of French architecture and became a model for great Gothic cathedrals. The detailed sculptures and its architecture will captivate you. Take a guided tour, and you will be able have a 360 degrees vision of the cathedral. Furthermore, you can explore and learn a history of the cathedral, and of course, numerous commentated images on all subjects.

The Exotic Garden of Monaco

It is one of the best places of the French to spend a weekend. This lush garden goes beyond landscaped flora. Offering a stunning display of exotic plants, this is a must. Visitors explore its wide variety of succulents. Cacti, agaves and many other succulent plants are some of the best the garden has to offer. You can relax and take a stroll through its path.


The Avenue des Champs-Elysées is undoubtedly considered as the world's most beautiful avenue. It sits in the northwest of Paris, France's capital, running between the Place de la Concorde and the Place Charles de Gaulle. It is in fact lined with trees, grassy spaces, luxury boutiques, and some beautiful sites. Have fun and visit some near by attractions like places to eat and drink. That's all? Don't you want to discover something more? At night, the avenue shines with thousands of lights.