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France


Journey Highlights

  • Tour of Orleans
  • Walking tour of Blois
  • Fontevraud Abbey
  • Chartres Cathedral
  • Angers
  • Brissac
  • Saumur
  • Montsoreau
  • Chinon
  • Azay-le-Rideau
  • Langeais
  • Villandry
  • Montrichard
  • Chenonceau
  • Amboise
  • ... and more
Castles of the Loire Valley

Castles of the Loire Valley

Beyond their beauty, the castles of the Loire are also witness to the history of the region. In the Middle Ages, fortified residences were the focal points around which towns and villages developed. During the Hundred Years War between the French and the English this area was the border. Of course, these castles have, since then, undergone changes for embellishment and that's why we love them so much. The majestic castles, that spring from the sunflower fields, the medieval towns with the bustling markets and the best wineries of the world, welcome the visitors. The Loire Valley has been the chosen retreat of the French elite for hundreds of years. Its popularity with the aristocracy and royalty has left its lush countryside dotted with fairy tale castles and many Renaissance castles that tourists can visit. There are 22 in the collective Grand Sites of the Loire Valley and, during this tour you’ll visit 16 of them!

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Journey Highlights

  • Eze
  • Cagnes-sur-Mer
  • Saint-Paul-de-Vence
  • Tourrettes-sur-Loup
  • Grand Canyon du Verdon
  • Moustiers-Sainte-Marie
  • Roussillon
  • Abbey of Sènanque
  • Fontaine de Vaucluse
  • Avignon
  • Les Baux-de-Provence
  • Camargue
  • Les-Saint-Maries-de-la-Mer
  • Aigues Mortes
  • Arles
  • Aix-en-Provence
Romance in Provence

Romance in Provence

It’s well known that Provence is a rich place in every sense of the word, its villages are no exception to the rule. Between hilltop and medieval villages, you will be spoiled for choice. The beautiful Provence, surrounded by the Rhone, Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, is home to a multitude of landscapes and soils that are open to visitors and lovers of authenticity. Marvel at the vastness of the lavender fields and the depth of the Verdon gorges with blue and green reflections. Discover the major cities that make the region famous: Aix-en-Provence and its picturesque streets, but also Avignon, its Palais des Papes and its famous bridge. Treat yourself to a gourmet break on a Provencal market in a typical village to taste the local specialties, in an exceptional setting. During this journey of the senses, lulled by the sun and the song of the cicadas, spend unforgettable holidays in Provence!

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Journey Highlights

  • Saint Madeleine Basilica in Vezelay
  • Abbé de Fontenay
  • Dijon Ducal Palace and Notre Dame
  • Hotel Dieu in Beaune
  • Colmar
  • Kayserberg
  • Requewihr
  • Old Town Strasbourg
  • Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle
  • Church in Strasbourg
  • Notre Dame Reims
Wines of Eastern France

Wines of Eastern France

The eastern region of France is not only distinguished by its Champagne, it is also renowned throughout the world for its exceptional vineyards in Alsace, Burgundy and the Jura. The eastern region of France not only includes some of the best grape varieties in the world (Pinot Noir, for example) but also some of the most beautiful villages in France.

The climate, conducive to exceptional wines, is not the only asset of the eastern region of France. Its beautiful countryside and rolling hills are among the most enjoyable to drive through all years but, especially, in the spring and fall. Alsace alone has some of the "most beautiful villages in France". The winemakers preserve their know-how in the tradition and like to show it to interested visitors.

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Journey Highlights

  • Eifel Tower
  • Arc De Triomphe
  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Chapel of Miraculous Medal
  • Mont St. Michel
  • St. Malo
  • Bordeaux Place de la Bourse
  • Parliament Square
  • Grand Theatre
  • Sanctuary of Lourdes
  • Notre Dame du Puy
  • Lyon Cathedral
  • Ars Basilica
  • Notre Dame de La Salette
  • Parey le Monial
  • Nevers chapel of Saint Gildard
  • Nevers Ducal Palace
French Sanctuaries

French Sanctuaries

France is rich in sanctuaries that flourished throughout the territory. Some radiate like lighthouses attracting thousands of pilgrims. Others, very humble, testify of the privileged moment when Mary revealed her power in that place. French Sanctuaries are visited every year by thousands of tourists and pilgrims from all over the world. In preparation for a pilgrimage or tourists looking for a destination to discover. You do not want to leave anything to chance. This tour guides you through most of the most important sanctuaries.

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Journey Highlights

  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Arc De Triomphe
  • Eifel Tower
  • Louvre
  • Champs Elysees
  • Versailles Palce
  • Angers Castle
  • Tours Town Hall
  • St. Emilion wine region
  • Bordeaux’ Quartier Saint-Eloi'
  • Pont du Gard Roman Aqueduct
  • Popes’ Palace in Avignon
  • Medieval St. Paul de Vence
  • Ducal Palace of Dijon
Classic France

Classic France

Food and drink do not overshadow a secular history that has made the country an exceptional heritage. Above all, there is the religious heritage, a true history of medieval architecture with its cathedrals and churches, where romance and gothic are mixed (for example the cathedral Notre Dame). There are castles, the most famous being the castles of the Loire or the Palace of Versailles, that welcome thousands of visitors every year. Other landmarks of France, the Mont Saint Michel, the Eiffel Tower and the other Parisian monuments (Sacred Heart Basilica, Arc de Triomphe, Invalides ...) or the famous Avenue des Champs-Elysées, are the stars of every tourist stay. Land of great works, France is of course the cradle of artists whose productions have traveled the planet and every exhibition in the great national museums. This creative production is inspired by multiple landscapes. Forests, sea, mountains, valleys, canyons and volcanoes create a nature that is omnipresent in the Hexagon.

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