All travel, especially scenic travel, takes place on geography,
My undregradate university required 4 semesters of one 'foreign language'-- I did French-- and 2 semesters a second foreign language-- I did German. The French professor started the class by pulling down a map of France and smacking her pointer in the middle of France, announcing "Le geographie de la France. Then, off the west coast, "la Mer Atlantic", followed by "la Mer Mediteranie" etc. You get the idea, but there was a hidden point was, to understand a country, start with geography. Having done linguistic geography, I'm now going to change to tourist geography. Here are the geographic regions of France that are most important to tourists:
The sights in some places are pure geography, other places require both human intervention and geography to produce tourist interesting sights including
Montmartre Private Walking Tour
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