The French culture was notably influenced by other cultures in particular Celtic and Gallo-Roman cultures. A Germanic ethnic group namely Franks has also influenced the French culture. In ancient times, France was revealed as the western area of Rhineland, German. On the other hand, France was named as Gaul during the Roman era and Iron Age. Residents of France are happy to celebrate the traditional Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter. France is famous for Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, the Latin Quarter and the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
French culture in various sectors like art, architecture, cuisine, and fashion these days impress foreign travelers and encourage business travelers to explore the culture of France. The word ‘culture’ is derived from France and that in turn derives from the Latin namely colere. Catholicism is the main religion of France. However, residents in France also belong to some other religions like Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam. Art is everywhere in France. French art is popular worldwide as the symbol of peace by its uniqueness, attractiveness, and description of the message.
Kiss Me Quick is the custom in France and recognized worldwide. This kiss each other on the cheek is used to represent a form of greeting. Women and men, two women and two old men use double kiss greeting on both cheeks when they meet. Some residents in France kiss each other up to five times and follow this customary greeting. Communal solidarity makes French culture popular at all times. French strangers help each other in both simple and complex tasks. For example, they help old and blind people to cross the street, carry bags of groceries and other things. Wine and healthy foods play the major role in the recognition of the French cuisine. The most fashionable clothing is the main element of the French culture.