Thank you very much, this is really helping ! And if you want my point of view, that's right, French people aren't very open, they don't speak easily, but i could give advice for travelers who want to meet great people in France and have a nice trip !
Glad you take it this way, because it's just generalisation....met some great French people...both in France and during other travels, and never had problems with them.
Well, some good things now: the food and the wine!
Delicious, inexpensive wine. Fabulous cheese at a fraction of what we pay over here. Food, food, food... Er... great architecture, Pere Lachaise cemetery, baguettes, art, great transportation, pain au chocolat, local bakeries, just walking around, coffee...
And I think the French are lovely, just kinda in their own bubble/ You just have to start talking to them and they generally open up.
From my experiences I disagree and have found most French people are really nice, especially those in smaller cities and towns. Yes they are proud about their own language, but I don't blame them - I wish there were more French speaking girls where I live
For me, France was a great experience because:
- It's so pretty and green
- the great food
- an eventful history, which is also portrayed in its architecture
- I have family in France
- did i mention food?