France is famous for many things- its charming towns, a language of distinction, and its gorgeous beaches. However, unlike many famous places to visit in the world, France cannot be summed by a list of sights you need to see, but one of the mighty fine foods you need to try. French heritage is often associated with its culinary specialties which are linked to certain regions of the country, and are passed down from generation to generation. Whether it’s a simple profiterole or a classic dish like duck confit, French food has an epicure feel to it. Here are some of the delicious cultural food offerings to make sure you try throughout France.
For a person who has had the dream of going to France locked in his head for quite some time probably knows the usual places he should pay a visit (Eiffel tower, the louvre, Arenes de Nimes, to name a few) through research. But you simply can’t deny the significance of wonderful encounters with pleasant surprises you come face to face along the way which are unplanned and certainly not expected. Whether it is watching the sunset from the Eiffel tower or biking around Bordeaux, we have compiled a list of 5 things which you should try while in France to make your journey memorable more than ever.
Most people associate the word French with food. The French have always taken pride in their fine food and culinary reputation, and their people are taught to have a deep appreciation for their sophisticated way of cooking. Both food and alcohol play huge roles in French society. In France, the food a person eats and the way he eats it often reflects the region of birth, French heritage, social status, and health. The fertile soil and good climatic conditions in France provide vegetables, fresh fruits, grains, herbs, and meat nearly all year round allows them to prepare such good food. The soil also allows them to grow grapes, which are used to produce some of the world’s finest wines.