France Tours

There’s no question: France is synonymous with beauty. Whether your visions of France include the Eiffel Tower lit up at night, Provence’s grand lavender fields or the country’s charming cafe culture, France travel appeals to the romantic in all of us. But if romance isn’t what you’re after, there are plenty of other convincing reasons to vacation to France: Renaissance architecture, picturesque landscapes and melt-in-your-mouth cuisine.


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Our France travel guide

Sip sparkling Champagne

This crisp, bubbly drink originated in the region of Champagne—which means no other sparkling wine is allowed to call itself by that name, unless it’s produced in the region under very strict guidelines.

Take in the history of Normandy’s beaches

Visit the site of World War II's D-Day for an incredible glimpse into French history. Marvel at the now-pristine beaches as you simultaneously explore the remaining bunkers and fortifications on your France tour.

Relax amid Provence’s lavender fields

Breathe deeply—scents of lavender and fresh flowers fill the air throughout Provence. The blooms are most fragrant during summer and provide a stunning backdrop as you meander through quaint, quiet villages.

Our France travel guide

Sip sparkling Champagne

This crisp, bubbly drink originated in the region of Champagne—which means no other sparkling wine is allowed to call itself by that name, unless it’s produced in the region under very strict guidelines.

Take in the history of Normandy’s beaches

Visit the site of World War II's D-Day for an incredible glimpse into French history. Marvel at the now-pristine beaches as you simultaneously explore the remaining bunkers and fortifications on your France tour.

Relax amid Provence’s lavender fields

Breathe deeply—scents of lavender and fresh flowers fill the air throughout Provence. The blooms are most fragrant during summer and provide a stunning backdrop as you meander through quaint, quiet villages.

France travel spotlight: hidden gems

Known for iconic sights like the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame and Versailles, the best trips to France also involve a closer look at the verdant landscapes and coastal villages that lie off the beaten path.

Pérouges

This medieval village is known for cobblestone streets, centuries-old architecture and bakery sweets. Don’t forget to try a galette while you’re here—a round, flat tart filled with berries that’s a specialty of the region.

La Rochelle

Known as La Ville Blanche (the “White City”), this Atlantic port city is equal parts charming and historic. Stroll along the bustling docks and shop for souvenirs: the city’s faience, a delicate style of glazed pottery, has been produced in La Rochelle since the 18th century.

Toulouse

Called the Pink City because of its brick buildings, Toulouse is the fourth-largest city in France, but it still exhibits a small-town feel—stroll through the Grand Capitole for a glimpse into the local culture. Besides its rosy buildings, Toulouse is also famous for its violets, which fill the city with color during a festival every February.

Arles

See why Vincent van Gogh found artistic inspiration in this enchanting Provençal city. Wander through ancient Roman ruins and along the Rhône as you imagine what it’d be like to have lived in this beautiful medieval city.

 
 
 

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