Touring France: Why It’s Hard to Travel on Budget

While budget is a critical factor when considering travelling for leisure, France is always a top choice regardless of how it meets all budget factors. Budget is a huge consideration in France because the country definitely has one of the best culinary and dining experiences to offer all locals and travellers alike.

First off, France is a country full of renowned chefs who cater to all types of eaters in simple or fancy restos, bistros, brasseries and cafes. Actually French cuisine is synonymous with French culture.

In many parts of the country the smell of melting cheese taken with a glass of red wine is a way of life. Even bread dipped in a flavor-rich French onion soup is a daily culinary experience.

Prior to the pandemic event, from whence many countries were hit hard, the appetites for travel mostly pointed to France. The country was once ranked as the most visited travel destination in all of Europe. In 2015, more than 81 million visited France and declared it as a magnificent travel destination.

French cuisine is the first and foremost reason, as the chefs and their restaurants obviously provide the most Instagram-worthy pictures.

Here’s a side story related to a French trip. In 2021, many actually had their Travel Budget adjusted after Apple released its own midrange models: the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. Although at first, some high brow users ignored the low cost model, the basic iPhone functions and features can be made to look just as great as the flagship phones. In France, Apple fans find an extensive array of coque iPhone 13 Apple stores offered. The selection was extensive as the iPhone 13 cases came in classy designs.

Some Examples of What to Experience as Basic French Cuisine

If you’re already in France and touring all the awesome medieval architectural structures that survived years of wars, you might find yourself ordering some fancy dish or two. What we suggest is for you to also have the most popular French comfort foods. These are available in most Paris landmark spots.

Bouillabaisse – This is a traditional fish stew originating from Provence, Marseille. Bouillabaisse is a stew compound locally referred to as bolhabaissa. The term basically means four varieties of fish and at least one type of shellfish. A bouillabaisse, to be authentic, must use Mediterranean fish.

Ratatouille This is a classic vegetable stew of eggplants, aubergines zucchini, olive oil, garlic, onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, and herbs.

Rata is a French word that denotes a stew with whole pieces. The term “touiller” denotes tossing or even milling the vegetable ingredients.

French Escargots are delicious edible land snails, which are actually mollusks. Cooked in a garlic butter mixture, the snails are baked for about 10 to 15 minutes at 375 degrees.