Travel Books About France


France is a beautiful country in the western Europe. This lovely country starts from the Mediterranean sea to the North sea Rhine and Atlantic channel. France has long been very popular for art, science, and philosophy. The country has a total population of 67 million people. France also became Europe’s dominant part for the cultural and political issues.France was one of the first countries to create an environment ministry and has an oceanic climate Even though it is one of the most industrialized nations in the world it is very behind on the list of most polluted countries in the world. They are very strict and careful about their carbon emissions.


One of the primary sources of revenue for the country is tourism. With 83 million foreign tourists visiting the country in 2012, France ranked as the most favorite tourist destination in the world. France is famous for its beaches ski resorts and seaside resorts. France also attracts many religious people for having beautiful churches all over the country

If you are a new tourist in the country and confused about where to visit during your stay, you don’t need to way. There are quite a few number of books to guide you out. These include:

1) Rick Steves France 2017

With this book, you’ll explore romantic hill towns, sleepy villages, and cities, including Paris and Nice. This book will also inspire you to Climb the Eiffel Tower, wander around famous museums, and eat at the sidewalk cafés. Then escape to the castles of all shapes and sizes or walk your way from the village to the vineyard. Lastly enjoy the Swiss Alps, Riviera, and Germanic Alsace.

2) La Vie En Rose: Notes from Rural France

This book contains the local French beauty. It tells you about the beautiful vineyards, lavender fields, sunflowers, glasses of wine. If you are a tourist who loves knowing and visiting local culture their clothing and rows of vines then this book is the best guide for you.

3) The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

The story tells you about the wild nightlife of 1920s Paris. It will also attract you if you are interested in brutal bullfighting rings of Spain. In short, the book contains all the thrilling vibe that you need for the tour.

4) My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories

This book is for the people who love tasting and experimenting with food during traveling.  It contains collections of stories and around hundreds of sweet and savory French recipes written by a popular food blogger David Lebovitz. You shall find foods starting from a well smoky barbecue-styled pork, Dukkah-roasted cauliflower, wheat berry salad to the warm chocolate cake with salted butter caramel sauce.

5) On a barge in France

This book is ideal for river lovers. This book tells you about all the canals and rivers of France. Each chapter of the book offers an interesting part of the French life. If you are visiting France for the first time and you admire small towns along the canals and rivers, then this book is just written for you.