Visa Application

    All foreign nationals wishing to enter France must be able to submit statutory documents at the border concerning the reasons for their stay, their means of support and accommodation arrangements.

    A visa is generally required, in the absence of a waiver. For general information and for preparing, submitting and tracking your visa application, log on to France-Visas, France’s official visa site.

    France-Visas is a single portal with all the information you need to guide you through the process and help you every step of the way (preparing the application, entering details, submitting and tracking the application).

     

    City Tour in France

    Staying in a French city means experiencing the rhythm of its inhabitants and discovering an incomparable way of life. When you visit a French city, you can really get a taste of the local flavors because regional identities are strong in France. For example, there are vast differences between a city like Lille in the north, and a city like Marseille that lies on the Mediterranean coast in the south. Paris, the city of light and the French capital of fashion will steal your heart at first sight. When you are looking for a little variety, you can reach most other French cities in less than three hours thanks to high-speed TGV trains or quick flights. When exploring the best of French cities, you’ll encounter UNESCO World Heritage sites, world-class shopping, cultural events, expositions, festivals, cooking or wine-tasting classes, and the simple joy of people-watching from a café terrace.

    For more information, visit the official website for tourism in France (About France)