France impresses the world by many things: beautiful dreamy cities, sunny beaches, snowy mountains and valleys with dense forest, even traffic jams.
CNN news agency on February 27 ranked 10 things that you will see better or worse than other countries when you come to France.
No one has argued about the existence of world-famous cheeses and the French can find cheese anywhere on the territory. France is often the destination of these food lovers. Mimolette (photo) is a cheese brand in the city of Lille, one of the traditionally produced cheeses and one of hundreds of famous cheeses in the world.
Shops in Paris have everything from popular brands to luxury. The time of great discounts started from January to the end of June every year making France one of the world's paradise of shopping. While many countries around the world satisfy customers with large chain stores, the French are served in special small shops but have everything they need.
Paris is known as the hometown of the Louvre Museum, the most famous museum in the world. In France cultural museums spread across the country. The Loire region is famous for the most beautiful museums in the world. Château de Chambord Museum (photo) is one of the famous museums of France.
Trains in France are believed to run faster than aircraft. The French often call the country's high-speed train system 'very fast train'. If you want to go from Paris to the Mediterranean coast for lunch, the high-speed train is the smartest choice because only three hours later you will be at the destination, while the plane riders still wait Ancient with procedures to get on and off the plane and wait for lost luggage.
The first principle of the French when walking on the road is 'I'm going on the road, you can't stop me'. Consequently, France became the most congested country in the world, especially during the summer holiday season.
The Frenchman who is a master can be a perfect polite person and suddenly bursts out of anger at the same time. But, 'Politeness like the French' is the phrase most spoken by the world when it comes to approaching France because when you receive the signal of this 'politeness' everything is smooth.
The golden rule when contacting the French is also very simple: start the conversation in 'bonjour' or 'bonsoir' with the meaning that 'Yes, I am here and I admire your politeness so You will respect me and even you can be open to me. '
Both French women and men know how to attract others' attention with gestures, sexy gestures and costumes and always leave an impression on others. Actress Marion Cotillard (pictured) is one of the erotic symbols of the French when appearing in public.
When thinking of luxury goods, people often think of the French and the French with the leading brands in the world such as Louis Vuitton, Dior and Moët et Chandon.
The French have the phrase "Customer is god" but customers must know how to behave like gods to receive polite customer care from the French.
French shopkeepers are great business people but will also become 'gruff' people right away if their customers behave in their country.
France is the country with the best globalization policies in the world. In the photo, October 2013, the British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that France's giant energy group EDF will build the first nuclear plant in the UK. EDF is one of the largest electricity suppliers in the world.