5 Nights Paris (2) → Geneva (1) → Central Swiss (2)
Acclaimed as one of the finest tourist destinations worldwide, France presents some of the most picturesque locales, cultural attractions, historic wonders and world-famous landmarks in Western Europe. Travellers can ascend the Eiffel Tower, witness the grandeur of Notre Dame Cathedral and visit the Palace of Versailles in Paris; discover Roman ruins in Lyon and Arles; and sunbathe in the sandy beaches of Cote d'Azur or French Riviera.
However, the finest of this country is reserved for those who choose to tread the less-beaten path, exploring the cultural treasures and scenic locales of countryside towns and villages on a trip to France. Bordeaux is a historic town famous for its beautiful gardens, a collection of museums and Roman architecture.
It also houses some of the best wineries in France. Tourists can take out some time to visit the Aquitaine Bridge in Les Quais, an architectural wonder of its own kind. One of the best ways to explore the city is by opting for a ride in a ferry boat while enjoying magnificent views of the city.
Tourists can carefully select France tour packages to make sure they visit the towns of Les Quais and La Victoire, which are famous for shopping, dining and vibrant nightlife. Tourists can also look for their favourite perfume in Grasse or take a stroll in the Parisian Boulevards of Marseille. The Alps and the Pyrenees are known for their diverse natural terrains, from snow-covered peaks to green-carpeted hills and valleys.
Travellers can book France holiday packages to enjoy skiing and snowboarding in the region. Mountain biking, white water rafting and paragliding are few other popular adventure activities worth trying here. There are plenty of nature parks and recreation centres in this country.
The Disneyland Resort Paris is the most popular recreation centre in France, famous for its theme parks, amazing rides and a shopping district. The Vanoise National Park and Cevennes National Park are some of the best nature parks, providing fine opportunities for nature exploration. In terms of dining, France is undoubtedly among the best.
There are a variety of options available, including three-star Michelin restaurants, French bistros and brasseries, offering authentic French cuisine. Shopping can also be enjoyed in this beautiful country, which is home to one of the fashion capitals of the world–Paris.
Thus, to experience the subtle beauty of this country at their own pace and indulge in interesting activities, travellers should select the France vacation itinerary carefully.
5 Nights Paris (2) → Geneva (1) → Central Swiss (2)
6 Nights Paris (2) → Amsterdam (1) → Luxembourg (1) → Central Swiss (2)
9 Nights Rome (1) → Pisa (1) → Padova (1) → Innsbruck (1) → Central Swiss (3) → Paris (2)
11 Nights London (1) → Stena Line (1) → Brussels (1) → Paris (2) → Black Forest (1) → Central Swiss (2) → Padova (1) → Pisa (1) → Rome (1)
14 Nights London (2) → Paris (2) → Amsterdam (2) → Heppenheim / Mannheim (1) → Central Swiss (3) → Innsbruck (1) → Padova (1) → Pisa (1) → Rome (1)
3 Nights Paris (3)
France is renowned for its history, culture and art, and its capital - Paris is the centre for all of these. The city is known for its extravagant fashion scene and centuries-old architectural masterpieces. During your time here, you not only get to see the majestic Eiffel Tower, but also get access to its second-level to capture enthralling sights of Paris. Also enjoy a cruise on the gleaming Seine River as you cross under various bridges and glimpse heritage monuments of the city. This 4-day sojourn unravels the treasures of Paris and also gives you ample time to explore the finer nuances of Paris on your own. To add more to this amazing trip, you can opt to go for a short tour of Nice city – famed for its pristine beaches and colourful markets. ;
Shopping in France is not confined to malls only. There are various street markets and boutiques, which offer quality apparel, antique jewellery and many other purchases. Paris is a paradise for those who want to spend their time shopping in malls and classy boutiques. Champs Elysees, is a world-famous street in Paris, lined with speciality shops, cafes and cinemas. To buy fashionable clothes, tourists can visit the 8th arrondissement of Paris and boutiques in Canal Saint-Martin. Le Marais, an old district of Paris, can be visited for quality shopping at reasonable rates. Clignancourt Flea Market is a famous market in Paris crammed with antiques, trendy clothing and hand-made crafts.More
French cuisine is loved by visitors from across the globe and is considered to be among the best in the world. Almost all regions have their specialities made up of fresh ingredients. Local wines are the most sold beverages and are available in all restaurants, pubs and bars. Atlantic oysters with white wine makes for a delicious meal and can be savoured while on a visit to this destination.More
The entire country of France is flooded with a number of attractions ranging from historic sites to museums and from mountainous regions to beach resorts. When talking about the unmissable attractions in France, the Disneyland Park, Paris is the first thing that comes to mind. This park has a number of thrilling rides, fairyland castles, theme parks and all famous Disney characters. Chartres Cathedral, popularly known as Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Chartres, is exemplary of French Gothic architecture. It is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site and a popular tourist attraction. Those who lovers of natural beauty can visit Verdon Gorge, which is situated in southeast France. It is one of the most admired gorges and an ideal place for rafting, sailing and kayaking. Chamonix Valley offers a sensational view of its surroundings and the tranquil environment found here spellbinds visitors. Arenes de Nimes and The Caves of Lascaux are the other two prominent attractions that can be visited by tourists.More
A large number of religious and cultural celebrations, national festivals and sports events are celebrated in this country throughout the year. Carnival de Nice is celebrated for 12 days and is among the most vibrant festivals. Cannes Film Festival is celebrated in the month of May and brings together a large number of celebrities. Bordeaux Wine Festival is also celebrated in the entire country for three days in June. The famous Paris Air Show is a major attraction for those who have an interest in aviation. Nice Jazz Festival is organised for eight nights in July and attracts more than 500 musicians from all over the world. It is among the biggest jazz celebrations in Europe and a major crowd puller. Art enthusiasts can plan a visit to this destination during Paris Autumn Festival or Festival d’Automne de Paris, which is a celebration of contemporary art. Tour de France is a cycling marathon, which is carried out in many of the major cities of the country, namely Paris, Marseilles and Bordeaux.More
Owing to its large land area and varied topography, France experiences variation in temperature all across the year. This country has an Alpine climate in the mountainous regions, Mediterranean climate towards southern coastline and Continental climate in the central regions. Atlantic coastline in the west has a Maritime climate with cool summers and wet winters. To indulge in winter sports, the ideal time to visit this destination is between the months of November and April. Sun-basking on the sandy beaches can be best enjoyed in the months from June to August. This time is also favourable for those who want to indulge in sightseeing.More
Many excavations in France prove its history to be dating back to the Iron Age. There was a time when the Celtics and other tribes had a control on some part of the land while the Greeks controlled the Mediterranean coastline. After the fall of the Roman empire, Emperor Charlemagne ensured domination of France by Frankish powers for approximately hundred years. Till AD 1000, France's medieval kingdom was established. Duke William in 1066 invaded England and became the ruler. France was among the first European countries to become a nation state, although for almost 1000 years, it had to war with the surrounding countries. The famous ruler of France, Louis XIV, controlled the empire for 30 years from 1618 to 1648. Wars and battles continued until the French Revolution started in the year 1789. This revolution started in Paris and large number of riots and looting created a chaos. After five years, the conflict ended with Reign of Terror by Maximilien de Robespierre. Napoleon Bonaparte attempted twice to become the emperor but could not succeed. After several attempts, the country finally became a republic in 1870.More
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