France is a diverse country with something for everyone. Enjoy many famous sites loved by tourists, like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Walk the paths of celebrities along the Mediterranean coast in Cannes and Nice. Or even enjoy a day (or several) lounging in a variety of vineyards, tasting locally-made wines. France is the perfect place for your next adventure.
Take a look at a few of our most popular France experiences below.
You’ll start the tour visiting Cannes going to the famous seaside boulevard “La Croisette”, a prominent road in Cannes. It stretches along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea and is about 2km long. The Croisette is know for the Palais des Festivals et des Congres, where the Cannes Film Festival is held. After, stop to take photos on the famous “red carpet” where the film festival is held every May.
Explore Nice, the capital of the French Riviera with your guide, and visit the different parts of the city, from the oldest parts of Nice to modern attractions and sites. Nice has a colorful and vibrant old town. Vieux Nice, its main monuments, such as the cathedral and the old medieval aged city, the architecture and monuments influenced by the Italians.
Drive to Avignon, the majestic city of the Popes. Take a look at Saint-Benezet bridge, famous for the children’s song “Sur le Pont d’Avignon”, and admire the Popes’ Palace which is the biggest Gothic-styled Palace in Europe. Free time for lunch (not included) on your own during the day.
The Grand Crus of Alsace were created in 1975 and feature 51 classified areas defined according to strict geological and climatic criteria. The designation is attributed to wines satisfying a number of quality-related criteria: strict limitations on terroir, highly restricted yields, specific rules of conduct regarding the vines, minimal natural ripeness levels and taste. The appellation Alsace Grand Cru recognizes the most exceptional terroirs, which impart to the wines an expressive character and a unique authenticity.
Take part in a full day small group Bordeaux wine tour that will take you to the most famous wine regions of the area: St-Emilion & the Medoc. Taste locally grown Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Petit Verdot.
Some 15,000 years B.C. unknown artists created breathtaking paintings, drawings and etchings inside caves of which the most extraordinary examples are found in the Dordogne area. During this day you will be introduced to this fascinating art and to the people who created it.