There are many other unique places to visit in France.
Have you ever heard of Mont St Michel, Les Gorges de l'Ardeche , the French riveria , the French Alps..?
As your holiday planner, we will advise you and we will design your trip, not only what to see and what to do, but also where to stay, where to eat, how to travel within a city etc...
Let's imagine you are on holiday for 1 week, and you want, in addition to Paris, to see the French countryside.
We could, for instance arrange for you a one day trip to visit vineyards, with champagne tasting and local food. For example, the beautiful city of Reims, where one of the most famous champagne makers, is just 10 minutes walking distance of the railway station. Reims also has a beautiful cathedral, a UNESCO world heritage site.
It would cost per head, at the best price 50€ for the return train ticket (TGV), plus the entrance fee of 10€ to the vineyard, with 20euro for lunch with wine.
Or maybe, you are not a drinker, and you would prefer to visit Chateaux (castles) and architecture.
Then we would suggest to you a one day trip, visiting les "Chateaux de la Loire". You could visit 2 or 3 chateaux, which would cost approximately 70 euros per head all inc (train, bus, entrance fee and lunch).
You could also visit le Mont St Michel, which is a beautiful village with a church built in the tenth century. A well organised trip would cost you around 70€ per head.
Now, imagine you have planned to stay, let's say 2 weeks in France.
We would then suggest you to start your holiday visiting the French Riviera and world famous city of Cannes known for its Cinema Festival. Then stop one day in the typical provencal city of Avignon where the famous "Palais des Papes" is, before carrying on toward Grenoble, located in the French Alpes. From there, you could catch a train to Lyon, the 3rd largest city and finish your stay in Paris for a week or so.
These are just few ideas of what we would do when visiting France, mixing pleasure and discovery within budget.
So fill up the form and send it to our team if you are planning to come to visit France.