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France is a founding member of the United Nations and serves as one of the UN Security Council’s permanent members with veto rights. In 2015, France was described as being “the best-networked state in the world”, because it is a country that “is a member of more multi-lateral organizations than any other country”. As a significant hub for international relations,
France hosts the second largest assembly of diplomatic missions globally and the headquarters of international organizations including the OECD, UNESCO, Interpol, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures, and la Francophonie. It has flights from all over the world and is well connected to other European cities by road and railways.
As a general rule, spring (March to June) and autumn (September to December) are often considered the best times to visit, with warm temperatures and fewer tourists. Summers (June to September) are hot, and most of the country shuts down for August holidays, definitely not ideal for wedding planning.
Check out the Visa application guidelines and wedding requirements on the official embassy website of France.
Paris, Lyon and the Beaujolais, Loire Valley, and Provence & Southern region of France are the best wedding destinations to get married in France. There are plentitude of luxury wedding venues in France be it an intimate or an elaborate wedding, it will be awe-inspiring.