European towns

10 most romantic towns in France (part 2)

  1. COLMAR, ALSACE

Located on the peaceful Launch River of the Alsace region, Colmar is known as the small Venice of France by the quiet old town, many small houses looking down on the clear water, the balcony filled with flowers leaves, winding cobblestones or passionate aromatic coffee shops.

Besides, Colmar also owns 2 large churches built from the 13th century with many Gothic architecture Saint Martin. Experiencing many ups and downs, moving, this small town still retains a quiet and gentle beauty with a slow and calm life. In addition, this is also one of the most famous wine growing regions in France with a series of annual festivals related to this famous drink.

  1. ÈZE, FRENCH RIVIERA

Bậcze is the most beautiful town in the south of France, Èze is located between Nice province and Monaco country. It will be interesting and happy if you are wandering around the mysterious alley slopes of this romantic land. Every step, accidentally or intentionally, will lead you to a passionate scene. It can be romantic roads, charming stone houses, luxurious restaurants, cozy shops, green yard corners, mossy walls, brilliant paper trusses or deep blue ocean.

  1. GORDES, PROVENCE

Located on the southern cliff of the Vaucluse plateau, Provence region in southern France, Gordes overlooks the verdant Cavaillon valley and is nearly 600 km from Paris. In the 16th century, when a series of religious conflicts continued to erupt in the country, farmers in the midlands of the Alps moved here to defend and defend.

Referring to this dreamy town, we cannot ignore the elegant architecture of the houses built from beige boulders. When the sunset gradually sets, the rays of the sun at the end of the day will sparkle and gently pour into the space, making the whole village shine brightly in the magical orange. All have created the legendary colors for this humble land.

European towns

10 most romantic towns in France (part 1)

France is not only famous for fashion, wine or perfume. The most romantic country in the world also makes us captivated by the peaceful countryside with fairy colors.

Not owning many modern shops, luxury restaurants or art museums, the 10 charming towns below have charming, rustic and original beauty. These are vivid examples of the impressive Renaissance architectural style as well as the everlasting cultural and historical flow and the French people’s dream of conquering new lands.

ANNECY, HAUTE-SAVOIE

E nestled on the green Lake Annecy, Annecy is like a jewel of the Alps. 300 km southeast of Paris, this peaceful town is famous for its lovely old houses, lush green canals all year round and pure, fresh plateau atmosphere.

Coming to Annecy, visitors can not ignore the Pont des Amours, where couples hand knitting stroll leisurely and exchange the most passionate kisses. In addition, if you are passionate about learning about culture and history, you must definitely visit the Château d’Annecy castle and museum! This place has many interesting surprises waiting for you to discover.

CARCASSONNE, LANGUEDOC

Located in a high hill of the Languedoc region in southwestern France, Carcassone is one of the typical medieval towns in the country of hexagon. From the majestic castles looking down, the majestic, spectacular landscape here will make you feel like you are becoming the hegemony of the world.

Carcassone used to be on the arterial axis of traffic between the ancient nations of France and Spain. Therefore, past wars have turned the town into a major military base with a series of fortified fortresses. Located on a windy high hill, the citadels built of gray stone are still intact to this day. Despite the harsh flow of time, these buildings still stand silhouetted against a deep blue sky.

CLUNY, BURGUNDY

The romantic town of Cluny is surrounded by Burgundy, a peaceful, quiet countryside with immense green hills. Not only possessing charming natural scenery, this place is also the cradle of many ancient monasteries. In contrast to the vibrant green of the vineyards, Cluny Monastery stands out by its solid stone wall and numerous sculptures imbued with religious breath.

Benedictine, the second largest monastery in the West of Christendom, is also the great pride of the people here. In addition, the ancient Abbot Jean de Bourbon palace will bring visitors unique cultural and historical experiences. If conditional, you should choose to stay at the hotel Château d’Igé. This magnificent building is tucked away in the famous wine region of Mâconnais, and is cuddled with shady old trees and beautiful rose gardens.