A mix of modern and traditional country with a dash of art, France is the city to have that. It is a home to many poets and artists. It is not only a romantic place for the couples but also a hub for fashion lovers. Walking along the path of ancient architectural buildings will take you back to its history. 

We Recommend:

  • Visit Claude Monet’s home in Giverny
  • Ride a white horse with a French cowboy in the Camargue, Europe’s largest river delta
  • Re-live the caveman’s life in the caves of Lascaux
  • Walk along the lavender fields in Provence
  • Shop unique antiques at Marche aux Puces de St-Ouen flea market
  • Plan a family trip to Disneyland Paris

Historical Sites | History & Archaeology | Tours | Landmarks | Local Food | World Heritage Sites | Leisure | Beaches | Islands | Local Cruises | Luxury Cruises | Shopping | Outdoors Sports | Boating | National Park | Nature | Outdoor | Adventures | Hiking | Kite surfing| Ski |Camping| Horse riding

Outdoor Leisure | Relaxation | River Cruises | Outdoors Sports |Outdoor Adventures | Theaters| Art| Museum| Architecture 

Best time to visit
During Spring (April-June) or Fall (September-November)

Day 1 
Paris, France
All good things start with Paris. Meet the crew, dump your bags and Instagram your first selfie during the guided tour of the City of Lights. Home to Coco Chanel, the Eiffel Tower and the Mona Lisa, Paris has more than earned its reputation as the European capital for all things culture, fashion and food. Tonight, find out why.
Included today: -Paris city driving tour-Gourmet picnic under the Eiffel Tower

Day 2 
This morning: get royal on an optional visit to the Palace of Versailles. Cue groomed gardens and over-the-top decor. Not feeling it? End your day with an optional #throwback bohemian cabaret show.
Optional activities: Versailles visit-Traditional cabaret show in the Latin Quarter-Seine river cruise

Day 3 
This morning: free time en Francais. From the Louvre and Musée d'Orsay to the l'Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysées, you'll be sure to make a solid dent in your bucket list. Then: hop on an optional bike tour of Paris or roam the streets on your own. Take note: foodie tour also available today (yay).
Optional activities: Paris bike tour -Paris food tour

Day 4 
Paris to Bayeux
Gulp down that cafe au lait, we're off to Camembert to see if we can find anything to put on our baguettes. Arromanches next for a history lesson on D-Day. Keen to learn? Hit up the Musée du Débarquement on the seafront. Refuel with a crepe or grab some souvenirs before we head off to roam the medieval streets of Bayeux. Tonight's all yours.
Included today: Camembert visit -Musée du Débarquement

Day 5 
Bayeux to Loire Valley
Drop your jaw at the World Heritage-listed Mont Saint Michel commune, dating back all the way to 800AD. Talk about #throwback. Then: more castle vibes in Loire Valley - we're overnighting in a chateau. But before you hit the sheets, a local feast in Montrichard. En route: snap up some Instagram photos of the famed countryside and architecture. Your followers will thank you.
Included today: Mont Saint Michel visit (entrance to the Abbey at additional cost)-Overnight stay at a French chateau -Dinner in a local Montrichard restaurant

Day 6 
Loire Valley to Bordeaux
Kick off the day at an epic Château. Pit stop for an optional mid-afternoon nightcap on a distillery tour and tasting in the Cognac region.Bordeaux next. Endless vineyards, world-famous wine and a feast at Le Bistrot d'Edouard.
Optional activities: Château visit -Cognac tour and tasting

Day 7 
Discover why the region is world famous for its fermented grapes. If that's not a reason to get out of bed, what is? Taste the range and pick up some bottles to send home. Your future self will thank you. Explore the surrounding medieval town before we return to Bordeaux. Over to you. We've cleared your schedule.
Included today:-Winery tour and wine tasting

Day 8 
Bordeaux to Carcassonne
Head off to the historic walled city for a real-life game of Carcassonne (the tile-based German-inspired game, keep up) and to see why it is famed for its restored medieval fortress and the poetic sonnets written about it.

Day 9 
Carcassonne to French Riveira
Check out the 2000-year-old Roman engineered aqueduct Pont du Gard this morning. Then get that selfie stick out as we roll along the coast to rub shoulders with the rich and famous on the French Riviera. Chow down at a local restaurant before prowling the streets for celebrities.
Included today: Pont du Gard visit

Day 10 
French Riviera including Monaco visit
Bring your paparazzi posse to the beach or let loose among the designer boutiques in Nice's Old Town. This afternoon, we'll hit up Eze for a first-hand look into the world of French scent making on a guided tour of a 16th century factory. Later: Roll with the jet set as we hit up Monaco for a guided tour and the chance to see how the 1% live (hint: it involves lots of fur and bathing in caviar). Feeling lucky? Take to the tables at the Monte Carlo Casino and make it rain (or not).
Included today: Monaco visit and guided tour

Day 11 
French Riviera to Annecy
Start off your day in Avignon, the former home of the popes. Then more OMG scenery as we head to the epic lakeside village Annecy on the edge of the French Alps. Tick off Palais de l'Ile, Chateau d'Annecy and all the local hotspots this afternoon.
Included today: Avignon visit and walking tour -Annecy walking tour

Day 12 
You'll want to spend your free day outdoors – at least that's what the locals do. Lake Annecy is the purest lake in Europe, rocking the same turquoise waters you thought you left at the French Riviera. See it for yourself on an optional cruise this afternoon. Also home to some of the heartiest and hautest French cuisine (think fondue), let's just say you won't go hungry.
Optional activities: Lake Annecy cruise

Day 13 
Annecy to Lyon
You'll want your camera charged for today's drive through the French Alps. This afternoon: get acquainted with the city famed as the culinary capital of France. You're looking out for Rosette de Lyon, quenelle and marron glace.
Included today: -Walking tour of Lyon

Day 14 
Lyon to Paris
Like all good things, your trip has come to an end (though your waistline will thank you). Stick around for one last selfie. Teary goodbyes optional.

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