One of the best (and most fun) parts of using CrowdRiff every day is getting to see the variety of unique photos that travelers are sharing on social media. Diving into the platform is one of the best ways to truly see the real experience of travelers in your destination.
With so much great content being shared, we recently took a look at ten of the best photos of the UK in our library. We had so much fun doing it that we decided to pick another country and do it again!
So, here are ten of the best photos of France in our library right now. If you’d like to see how we narrowed down our choices using CrowdRiff features like Smart Curation and Recommended Assets, take a look here. As with our last post, we’re only rounding up photos posted to social media in the last couple of weeks.
PS: If you’d like to see the 10 best photos from your destination, send us an email or tweet!
10 of the best photos of France in our library
@sara.viilla is absolutely right in her caption: Riquewifr truly is a “fairytale town” — it’s said to be one of the French villages that inspired Belle’s hometown in Beauty and the Beast.
We love the colour-coordination of these beautiful buildings in Lille.
The sun, ocean, and colours in this photo of Menton make us want to book a trip to the French Riviera immediately.
Mont Saint-Michel is one of France’s most stunning and impressive locations. We love that this shot captures the drama of the long bridge on the way.
This photo features the incredible views of Lyon from Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière.
Sunny skies, vibrant colours, and famous landmarks combine to make this beautiful and classic shot of Paris.
The entire carousel of @east.of.everything’s photos feature the bright buildings of Roussillon. And we love the addition of the baguette in this shot!
This photo shows the beauty of France's rugged northern coast.
Strasbourg is known for having one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in the world. We love when destinations repost photos like @saraah_cg2's to promote seasonal and local events.
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