Honeymoon France

Your Honeymoon in France?
You will find yourself in the country that is considered to be the world's most romantic with the superb dining rated as the world's finest. Country where you can find yourself in snow-capped Alps or on the sun-drenched beaches of Cote d'Azur or on the lush fields and gardens that artists, such as Monet, Van Gogh and many others immortalized on their canvases. France is a little piece of heaven on Earth.

As Honeymooners, you have an advantage of having the chance of planning your honeymoon travels well ahead. Therefore, you can fully benefit from travel not only around France, but also within Europe. You can either choose from a wide range of destinations of low budget airlines as well as railways. Thanks to fast trains such as TGV (in France) you can discover a lot and planning ahead means you can secure the best prices for services not only within France but also through out Europe. 

The list of all beautiful places to go and visit  in France would be endless. Here are just few of them.

Check our list of the Most Romantic Places France:

1. Paris - when most of the poeple think romance immediately they say "Paris!".  Paris with its Romantic Places to visit will make your stay unforgettable. Find here Basilic Sacre Coeur, Tour Eiffel with a Paris' city view and take part in river cruise during the evening. It is a place for the Romantic Honeymoon!

2. Montsegur - if you prefer an active way of spending time togerther hit Montsegur to climb the famed Pog mountain. You will find there the ruins of a Cathar castle, and the final stand of the religious sect during the Middle Ages. Find the impression of the atmospheric ruins, view of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Stay at L'Oustal for a night and indulge in an hours-long dinner with the proprietors.

3. St. Paul de Vence - a charming hilltop fortified village in Provence. Find the art galleries, boutiques and sidewalk cafes. Visit the place to see the elegant fountains, vine-covered stone walls and statues tucked into nooks in the walls. Take a pleasure of breathtaking views of mountains and sea. Take a five minutes trip from Vence to visit a church designed by the artist Matisse.

4. Loire Valley - visit the luscious, beautiful and elegant Loire Valley. Go for a trip around Paris city to see Mont Saint Michel, Disneyland or Bruges village. Find the luxurious chateaux (castles). Taste a typical french wine and food. If you wish you can stay for a bit longer. You will find some castles which have been converted to hotels. What could make for a better Honeymoon France hotel than a bona fide chateau?

It is considered to be a gateway to Normady. It is village with very ancient origin as Gallo-Roman graves show us. Giverny rises to fame in 1883 when the painter Claude Monet discovered the village whilst looking out of the

train window. Claude Monet found a large house to rent and moved in with Alice Hoschedé, his lady-friend, his two sons and her six children. In 1890 he became the owner of the house and gardens and transformed them completely. At the beginning of his stay in Giverny, Monet found inspiration in the surrounding countryside. But gradually he limited himself to his water garden and depicted tirelessly the Japanese bridge and the water lilies.