7 Days, 1 Country. join us on a gorgeous 7-day exploration of France’s best famous traveller points of interest as we eat and drink our way via this beautiful country
A week France vacation excursion that manages to capture the essence of the gorgeous French raison d’être? Of course! It took some doing, but we’ve were able to cram all of those ought to-see French destinations into one breath-taking week.
Come with us as we walk along the gorgeous boulevards of the town of lights, indulge our internal gluttons on lingering lunches and wine excursions, play princes and princesses in a few storybook castles, go to WWII remembrance sites and gaze at all the glamorous postcard destinations that make your experience like attaining for a beret and a baguette.
Start in: Paris
End in: Paris
6 nights’ accommodation in twin rooms with private en-suite facilities. Single travellers have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure a private room.
6 breakfasts, 3 dinners
Any public transport used as part of the tour (excludes free days)
10 Experiences (including guided walking tours, orientation walks, driving tours of cities plus other exciting experiences)
Services of your tour leader, who will be on hand with advice and tips to ensure that you get the most from your trip. You can also book any of the optional excursions available during your tour with your tour leader.
All taxes and fees
Modern air conditioned coach with reclining seats, TV for showing DVDs, and toilet.
Optional excursions are payable in cash currency to your tour leader whilst on tour.
Duration of the trip is 7 days
This trip is for people aged from 10 to 75+
Bienvenue! Welcome to Paris for the start of your 7 day tour of France! in case you arrive early, take time to discover The city of lights, walk the historical boulevards, visit the various museums, shop in charming boutiques or enjoy café in a parisian traditional café. This evening, you’ll meet your tour leader and fellow guests at our included welcome dinner.
Leaving Paris, we make our way to the Burgundy location, in which we’ll have a wine tasting. If Paris is the capital of love, then Burgundy is the place for two other things France is well-known for: tasty food and great wine.
well-known ‘Burgundies’ (wines made in this place) consist of whites made from Chardonnay grapes, and dry reds crafted from the Pinot noir grape. We’ll then travel directly to Lyon, in which your tour operator will take you for an excursion. The city, itself a UNESCO world heritage place, is famous for its gastronomy, historical landmarks and picturesque riverside setting. This evening, you’ll have the opportunity to go with your tour leader for an optionally available dinner, wherein you could strive traditional Lyonnais delicacies.
Our first stop is at the outstanding Chateau de Chaumont. built within the fifteenth century, this stunning example of a renaissance French Chateau (castle) stands on a hill above the River Loire, and is famous for its summertime lawn competition.
The ‘festival des Jardins’ (worldwide garden festival) has been held here since 1992, and features up to 30 themed gardens that paint a wide ranging image of panorama design from around the world. After discovering the chateau and the great gardens, we’ll head to our accommodation within the Loire Valley, where we’ll enjoy an included dinner.
Experience the Loire Valley! This fertile river valley in central France is covered in vineyards, hundreds of chateaux and old fashioned French villages.
The valley is one full-size UNESCO international historical heritage site, testament to the centuries of records and architectural heritage , and the proper way to enjoy those treasures is at the chateaux optional tour.
further to experiencing the lovely French nation-state and the charming town of Amboise, you will go to 3 of the greatest chateaux in France; Château de Chenonceau, Chateau d'Amboise (where you can additionally go to the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci) and Château de Chambord.
Our first stop is at magical Mont St Michel. An island commune positioned just off the coast, it's far certainly one of France's best recognisable landmarks, and is a French entry on the UNESCO list of world heritage sites.
After a time to explore the abbey and monastery we’ll travel directly to Bayeux, a commune in north-western France. Bayeux is famous for the bayeux Tapestry, a big embroidered cloth greater than 70 metres lengthy which depicts the activities leading as much as the Norman conquest of england. You’ll have plenty of time to see the tapestry inside the Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux, or alternatively the Memorial of the battle of Normandy, which gives a brilliant perception into WWII and the outstanding role this region played all through the Normandy Landings.
This morning we’ll explore ‘Omaha’ D-Day famous landing beach. It was in that place that the Allied forces landed in June 1944 at some point of WWII, which subsequently brought about the liberation of France.
you'll have time to visit the region and reflect on all that transpired right here, in addition to the possibility to go to the Arromanches 360 cinema. We’ll then go again to Paris where your excursion tour operator will lead you on a driving excursion of this well-known town;
you’ll see the best points of interest such as The Eiffel Tower, The Champs-Élysées, Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. To finish off the remaining day of the excursion we’ll have a farewell dinner so you can say your goodbyes and share your memories of the ultimate week along with your fellow visitors and tour operator.
On the last day, we will finish the trip with a breakfast. Don’t forget to exchange details with your fellow travellers before your go back home!