Travel Photos of France

According to a recent New York Times article, the European Union may allow fully vaccinated American tourists into EU countries as soon as this summer. I can’t get this thought out of my mind, and find myself dreaming of France and reminiscing of past vacations there. It’s been just over one year since their borders slammed shut, banning citizens from the US and a handful of other countries, from visiting. Who could ever have imagined that we would see the day when Americans were not allowed in Europe? Thankfully, it looks like that may soon be a distant memory. Finger crossed!

In anticipation of traveling in France once again, I’ll share some of my favorite photos of this enchanting country.

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris.
Quiet square on Place Dauphine, Paris.
Flower shop on Île Saint-Louis, Paris.
Lyon as seen from Fourviére hill.
Basilica Notre-Dame de Fourviére keeps watch over Lyon.
The village of Gordes in Provence.
The view from Jardin Exotique d’Èze, Cote d’Azur.
Nice, Cote d’Azur.
Saint-Suliac, Brittany.
Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy.
Château de Blois, Loire Valley.
Château de Chenonceau, Loire Valley.
Interesting building in Blois, Loire Valley.

I absolutely love France and have written over two dozen blogs about this friendly, welcoming, gorgeous country; you can find them here. I can’t wait to visit again someday; hopefully soon!

I am thankful for the vaccine, not only because it opens the door to travel opportunities, but because it will save lives and greatly lessen the pain, suffering and grief caused by the terrible virus.

Wishing you grand adventures,

Tricia

One Comment Add yours

  1. These are some of your best photos, I guess what we love comes through in our art.

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