he Route du Soleil is perhaps Europe’s most favorite car route. For many people it is a dream to take this one in its entirety. In addition to knowledge of good campsites, it is also nice to know what the top sights are on the route and where you can find them. This list will help you with that.
Cathedral of Our Lady in Reims
Reims as a place itself is already fantastic and if you are going to discover France via the route so soleil from campsites, this place is definitely one of them. Just to see this beautiful cathedral. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The cathedral dates from the thirteenth century and has therefore seen and survived all that is necessary. There are terraces around the imposing building, where you can drink that other heritage: champagne.
Fountains of Dijon
Dijon is best known for its mustard. However, whoever arrives in the town will see that there is much more to experience. Many of the authentic houses have remained intact over the centuries. In addition, beautiful fountains can be found on the many squares in the city. Precisely because there are several, this is a special experience.
Wine in Macon
When you move more to the south of France, you will automatically end up in the wine regions. Think of the Lyon area. There you will find, for example, the town of Macon. A city that is literally known as a wine city. Reason enough to set up the tent and linger.
From Macon it is not far to Lyon. The city that is mainly known for the busy holiday traffic has a lot more to offer. Just take the exit and see for yourself what there is to discover in the historic city center. Certainly also because of the large amount of heritage that lies there.
Because of the name you end your trip with a small Dutch touch. Furthermore, everything in Orange is mainly dominated by a completely different civilization. That of the Romans. After all, quite a few things have survived, such as the beautiful theatre.