Given that you voted Paris one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it's not short of superb photo opportunities, not least if you read up on alternative Paris — places in Paris to get off the beaten track.
Into art and travelling on a budget? Discover free things to do in Paris, including when you can avoid museum entry fees, and where to hear music for free.
And in case you're planning to visit Paris, don't forget to read our list of the best areas to stay in Paris.
Read our guide to where to stay in Paris to find out which areas have long attracted writers and artists.
To see more of France, you could consider taking a camping trip or travelling by train, car, or bike. Here's our round-up of the best campsites in France.
Made of a denser and less flaky dough, the kipferl later crossed the border to France and became the famous croissant. Surely that's one a few facts about France the French will want to keep quiet.
Why not try recreating them in your kitchen, or plan a trip to France with our local experts and check off all the foodie highlights on your bucket list?
Fancy brushing up on your language skills? Get hold of a Rough Guides French phrasebook.
Now that you've learned the facts about France, find plenty of ideas for your French trip in our in-depth guide to the best things to do in France.
Have our fun facts about France got you dreaming about your next trip? Speak to one of our local experts to create your perfect France itinerary today. They know everything about the current coronavirus guidelines, and can schedule your trip for when it is safe to go.