The football world is descending on France for Euro 2016 - but what do professional footballers like best about the country itself?
We spoke to a few of them to find out...
"Moulin Rouge. I stayed in a hotel with my wife and we went to a show for our anniversary. It was in a theatre in Paris. We put a padlock on that bridge as well."
"The wine. Red or white, either."
"Eric Cantona. I quite like their national anthem, too - it's got quite a catch to it. I remember when we used to play against France and they started singing their national anthem, I was humming away to the Eric Cantona song because it fits in. I quite like the anthem, I love Paris, but probably Eric Cantona."
"I love the architecture. There's some beautiful buildings and churches in Paris. It's a beautiful city and country...and hopefully I'll be able to say Wales performing well there is the second best thing!"
"The food. I'm partial to snails and frogs legs. I like both. The wine is obviously fantastic as well. Frogs legs tastes like chicken. Try it, honestly."
"Good question that. France? I'd have to say the skiing."
"I've not been that much. I've played in France. I played in the Parc des Princes in a Cup Winners' Cup final, scored there for Arsenal in 95, great memories, but I've not particularly holidayed that much in France. I've been over with my wife a couple of times, visited the Louis Vuitton shop. I'm just very much looking forward to going over there and embracing the tournament."
"The convenience of getting there. I left Lille station recently at 3.35pm and I was sitting in my house in Essex at 6pm. How good is that?"