Embrace Nice’s old town on a private walking tour.
Discover Monaco, Monte Carlo and medieval Èze.
Stroll through the town admiring the pastel-hued houses in Santa Margherita Ligure.
Explore the picturesque Cinque Terre from the water with a local guide.
Take a tour by private boat along the Ligurian Riviera for panoramic views.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in France, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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France and Italy
Eat your way through the traditional local cuisine of Turin on a tasting tour.
Show off your cooking skills at a cooking class in the Piedmont countryside.
Discover Lyon, the culinary capital of France, on a food walking tour.
Experience the winemaking process of the Beaujolais wine region.
Enjoy a cooking class with private French chef.
Discover the covered passages of Paris and the Opéra Garnier.
Taste the best pastries and chocolates of Paris’s Saint-Germain-des-Prés district.
Uncover the history of Château de Fontainebleau and Vaux-le-Vicomte.
Explore the highlights of the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay.
Marvel at the grandeur of Notre Dame Cathedral and Sainte-Chapelle.
Visit two American D-Day beaches: Omaha and Utah.
Tour Saint-Mère-Église, the first French town liberated by the Americans.
Walk among the gravestones at the American Cemetery.
Discover the significance of renowned Parisian monuments during WWII.
Learn about French military history.
Take in all of Paris’s major monuments by boat.
Explore the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay with a private guide.
Venture to Giverny to visit Claude Monet’s famous ’Water Lilies’ garden.
Wander around the old-world fishing village of Honfleur.
Discover the royal chateaux of the Loire Valley.
England, France and Italy
Explore London aboard a vintage double-decker bus that serves afternoon tea.
Discover some of London's finest small businesses on a food walking tour that includes several tastings.
Enjoy visiting the iconic highlights in Paris, such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, and the Louvre.
Explore the Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel with a private guide.
Zip around Rome on a classic Vespa motorbike.
Hunt for truffles with a local expert and trained dog before enjoying a four-course gourmet meal in Ménerbes.
Sample some of France’s best-known wine appellations at Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Explore the Roman and medieval heritage of Pont-du-Gard, Uzès and Arles with a guide.
Walk the streets of Monaco, Monte Carlo and Èze.
Relax and enjoy coastal views over a glass of champagne on a private sunset cruise.
See the highlights of Paris including the Louvre, Notre Dame, and the Eiffel Tower.
Experience the D-Day beaches in Normandy.
Take a tour of Mont Saint-Michel in Brittany.
Marvel at the grandeur of Château de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley.
Discover the Roman history of Provence at the Pont du Gard.
Soak up the sun on the French Riviera.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- Highlights of Bordeaux and Dordogne
- Making your money go further in France
- Exploring the Loire Valley
- Monuments and museums of Paris
- Impressionists I have known
- Discover the real French Riviera
- An insider’s guide to the districts of Paris
- Experiencing wine country in France
- Highlights of Provence
- Food highlights of France
Highlights of Bordeaux and Dordogne
Prestigious vineyards, a wine-blending class, prehistoric cave art, limestone chateaux and medieval villages — France specialist Liz talks about the highlights of the Bordeaux and Dordogne regions, as well as some unusual ways to explore them.View this travel guide
Making your money go further in France
Splurge thoughtfully, snuggle up in a chateau in February and enjoy a three-star tasting meal for lunch. Abby, a member of our France team, offers advice on how to make the most of your budget on a trip to France.View this travel guide
Exploring the Loire Valley
The fertile Loire Valley was the preferred summer destination of French kings and aristocrats for centuries. Discover the lush fields and bountiful vineyards that attracted them and the turreted pleasure palaces that they left behind.View this travel guide
Monuments and museums of Paris
Art and monumental architecture are an integral part of any visit to Paris. From a private tour of the Louvre to a behind-the-scenes look at the Eiffel Tower, France specialist Leanne suggests a few new ways to see familiar sights.View this travel guide
Impressionists I have known
From the galleries of the Musée d’Orsay to the banks of the Rhône, walk in the footsteps of the 19th century’s great masters with France specialist Aislyn. Here, she suggests destinations for those who share her love of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.View this travel guide
Discover the real French Riviera
Look past the super yachts and movie stars to discover the authentic French Riviera. Stroll through hillside villages that overlook the Mediterranean, tour a century-old perfume factory and discover the paintings that Picasso produced while staying here.View this travel guide
An insider’s guide to the districts of Paris
Away from the bustle of tourist attractions, Paris is filled with enclaves that feel like individual villages hidden inside the city. Specialist Liz explores the four best-known quartiers, including the storied cafés of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the confectioners of Le Marais.View this travel guide
Experiencing wine country in France
Join specialist Liz as she pursues her love of wine through three different vineyards tours. From the stony fields of Châteauneuf-du-Pape to a tiny domaine in Champagne to the limestone caves of the Loire Valley, she explores the terroir and techniques that produce the bottles she loves.View this travel guide
Highlights of Provence
Visiting Provence is like stepping into a Van Gogh painting — a landscape awash in vivid hues. France specialist Samantha talks about the region’s highlights, including fragrant lavender fields, Roman aqueducts and truffle hunting with a local and his dog.View this travel guide
Food highlights of France
Discovering French cuisine doesn’t have to be an expensive or complicated proposition. From macarons in Paris to cider in Normandy, France specialist Jesse discusses the simple dishes and regional specialities that he likes to eat when he’s visiting different areas of France.View this travel guide