Let's start with the most important.
The concentration of bars in France
If you're looking for a drink, Brittany in the north west looks like a pretty good option.
Yes they don't just speak French in France as this map below shows. The regional languages of Basque, Breton and Catalan are alive and well, as is Alsacien in the east, which is officially France's most spoken regional language.
Photo: Education Nationale/LecaféduFle.fr
The parts of France served by the main train stations in Paris
Key: Yellow - Gare Saint-Lazare, Green - Gare Montparnasse, Orange - Gare d'Austerlitz, Light Blue - Gare de Bercy, Purple: Gare du Lyon, Red - Gare de l'Est, Blue - Gare du Nord.
The high seed train lines
Just so you know where you can get to on a high speed train in France.
And here's the entire high-speed TGV network train network although bear in moind the TGVs only travel at high speed on the high speed lines (see first map).
Perhaps France's first president, Charles de Gaulle, said it best: "How can you govern a country which has two hundred and forty-six varieties of cheese?"
France means food, but to really get to the heart of French cuisine you need to know which region of the country all those delicacies and dishes come from. Here's an easy-to-digest gastronomic tour of the country.
France has only recently redrawn its regional maps. Here's the new look. Not all the new region names are decided, although the northernmost region has been named Hauts de France, and easternmost is Grand Est.
Where they vote for the National Front
For the results of the first round of the 2015 regional elections, this map shows where the National Front have strong support and where they don't (Brittany is firmly on the left).
Although the map appears very dark (which represents voters for the FN), it's worth noting that the National Front failed to win any regions, thanks to tactical voting by the main parties.
The main Roman roads
Here's a look at the roads put down by the Romans from about 500 BC. The courses of many Roman roads around Europe have survived since then.
Photo: Eric Gaba, Flappiefh/WikiCommons
Where the French need Viagra
This map, produced by Le Parisien newspaper from the results of a study, shows where in France they use the most Viagra. The winning region was actually Corsica, although it appears to have dropped off the map.
Nuclear power plants
Nuclear energy is the primary source of energy in France, where there are 19 nuclear power stations. France gets more than 75 percent of electricity from nuclear plants and has been a leading international proponent of atomic energy.
Where the French protest
Yes the French love to march in protest as brilliantly highlighted by this recent map from Le Figaro newspaper, which showed where all the protests were taking place against the planned labour reforms, which as we can see are not very popular.
Number of cheek kisses in a greeting
As this excellent map from Le Parisien newspaper shows, different regions in France have different customs when it comes to kissing.
Key: The darker the blue, the more kisses (maximum of four).
The darker the shade, the higher the risk. While nowhere in mainland France has a strong risk according to the map, one expert told The Local that France is definitely due for another big quake.
Where the heritage is
The map below from Unesco shows where all the World Heritage sites in France are. Can you spot Mont St Michel? You may not have heard of all the sites, especially these ten, but they are worth a visit.
The bigger green circles roughly represent 1.5 million people, all making up France's population of around 66 million.
Check out an interactive map here, which shows population per département.
Rivers in France
This one speaks for itself, the eight biggest rivers in France.
Land use in France
Where do all the people live in France? The most populated areas are shown in red, with Paris in the central north by far the most heavily populated. A whole lot of empty countryside out there...
It's always good to know where your wines come from (and this knowledge can be rather impressive for your dinner guests). Study up (then drink up).
There are plenty of stereotypes when it comes to those in regional France... But is there any truth to it all? We dug a little deeper here.
Photos: Daniel Dalet/d-maps.com
Where foreigners buy homes
This map from Leggett Immobilier shows where different nationalities like to buy in France. The Brits sure have a thing for the west. Read more here.
France's most poverty-stricken areas
According to a definition chosen by lawmakers, a neighbourhood is considered poor if half its residents live on less than €11,250 per year, which is 60 percent of the national median income. The map below shows the neighbourhoods where France's poorest residents live. Read more here.
This map, published by Le Monde newspaper, shows the areas of France now colonized by wolves as well as the rise in the number of attacks on animals.
The best places to work in France