There are some places in the world that are known worldwide as main touristic destinations. Our planet is surely full of natural wonders, like paradisiac beaches, impressive mountains, beautiful forests and breathtaking gorges among many other features. On top of that, you have the astounding creations of humanity. Historic buildings and architectural wonders, works of art, whole villages where time seems to stop, picturesque towns, buzzling cities, and the most engaging activities. Countries that have all of that to offer - and good marketing to back that up - will be a magnet of international tourism, be it seasonal or year-round.
You don’t have to go to the other end of the world to find fantastic places and an engaging culture. Just across the sea, in the continent, there is one of the top touristic destinations in the world. This is not an exaggeration: this country in particular has been the number one destination for international tourism for many years, with literally millions and millions of people visiting it from all five continents. What we’re talking about, is one of the planet’s cultural and natural wonders. France.
Visiting the most famous touristic destination in the world, believe it or not, does have its downside. France has become such a classic that you practically have your holiday pre-designed for you. You know where you have to go and what you have to see. And guess what, once you get there, it’s swarming with tourists, so much so that it sort of loses its charm. Plus, the fact that it’s such a mainstream touristic destination has made some of its iconic landmarks somehow artificial and commercialized, with international services and a whole scene mounted for tourists. It loses some of its authenticity.
If you want to visit France, and make it a true and memorable experience, you might want to get off the beaten track and see some of its hidden wonders. Those places that have been untouched by the industry of international tourism. Just as it works in any other part of the world, the locals will know the most interesting places and easter eggs: best places to eat, best parks, best nightclubs, best rides, best traditional activities. If you walk the French countryside, towns or cities with a local guide, you will definitely get a genuine experience you will never forget.
Not all of us happen to have a French friend or contact who will be gladly willing to walk us around and show us neat stuff. However, that’s no longer a problem, because we have a very interesting website that could turn our holidays upside down - for the better. In case you haven’t heard of it before, it’s Guest in the City, a fantastic site that offers a new approach on tourism: more authentic, more engaging, more original. And with better prices!
The whole idea behind Guest in the City is that tourists can get in contact with local, non-professional French hosts that will offer you touristic services for a fraction of its usual fee. You can book a private guide in Paris, as well as meals at a French home and even a cooking class! You can pay online with your credit card and read reviews from other travelers about each host or guide. The site allows you to browse by places or by interest, and displays a list of options for you to choose.
Once you have booked your tour, all you have to do is take that plane and go. Your friendly French host will receive you and guide you to an authentic French experience. You will see what no other tourist has seen before, chat with French locals, even make friends, learn about their culture and experience their lifestyle. If you don’t speak French, Guest in the City will contact you with English-speaking hosts throughout France. Get ready for the best experience of your life with Guest in the City!
Countless landmarks make France memorable, like the Eiffel tower, the Arch of Triumph, the Louvre, Les Champs Elysees and a long list of etceteras. But it might be its culture, its very special style and atmosphere, that really make it unique and so attractive. France is romantic, elegant, sophisticated yet simplistic, poetic, both modern and ancient... The task of fairly describing France is a bit too difficult, because words can hardly grasp the French feel. The only thing that you can do, ultimately, is hop on a plane and go live it by yourself. If you want to do so, click here for a list of points of professional tour guides in France.
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