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France

Well-known to be the cultural capital of the world for its melting pot of vast diversities, France proudly presents its wide array of food, scenery, and history enough to takae up weeks at a time for an unwitting traveller to experience. FLy yourself to the lively streets and corners of Paris, to the stunning views of the Eiffel. Feel the love and experience the romance while satisfying your cravings to delectable variants of French cheese and wine.

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Must Do Adventure

  • Make your dream come true on the France Tour with a trip to the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy a classic French picnic of baguette, wine, and cheese at the sprawling lawns around the Eiffel Tower and climb up the stairs of the Eiffel at night to learn more about French history, romance, and architecture.

    Go crazy with happiness with the views of the Eiffel Tower
  • The brief rendezvous with the masterpiece of Leonardo Da Vinci, Mona Lisa, at the Louvre Museum will ignite your love for romance and enigma on the France Tour. Deve deeper into Renaissance Art at Louvre Museum, which houses the world-famous and timeless piece of art, the Monalisa.

    Contemplate on the secrets behind Monalisa’s smile
  • The fragrance of lavender in the light summer breeze, the sun-swept corridors that meander amid the buildings, and the swishing music of the olive groves make the quaint towns of Provence feel like Heaven on Earth. Visit Cassis, Avignon, Gordes, Porquerolles, and more at Provence to reconnect to art and romance.

    Fall in love with the charm of artistic villages in Provence

Bucket List Experience

Paris

Have fun at the France Tour with a riverboat cruise of the Seine in Paris to revel in the unearthly beauty of the surroundings and stop to admire the classic elegance of Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris, the world-famous masterpiece of gothic architecture in France. Take a walk around Montmartre to luxuriate the panoramic vistas of the Sacre Coeur Basilica and make time to explore the eight galleries of vibrant art at the fascinating Louvre Museum. Spend an exceptional evening of romance and happiness at Moulin Rouge and Eiffel Tower. 

Versailles

Discover the French roots at Versailles on the France Tour. Take a trip to visit to the Palace of Versailles, the UNESCO-recognized heritage site. Roam in the picturesque Gardens of Versailles adjoining the Palace, and then proceed to have an enthralling time in the geometrical gardens of Grand Trianon. Attend the splendid ballet performances at the Royal Opera of Versailles, and discover the rich tapestry of heritage at Versailles Cathedral. Marvel at the arcaded windows and mirrored arches at the Hall of Mirrors too.

Nice

Start with walking from Nice Old Town to Negresco Hotel at The Promenade des Anglaise at Nice on the France Tour. Go shopping and have fun at the Old Town of Nice and explore the charming locations of Nice Castle Hill that include Bellanda Tower, Belveder, and Mont Boron. Get a gorgeous tan with tubing, paddling, parasailing at Castel Beach, and explore the treasure trove of centers at Cimiez neighborhood. Visit Nice Russian Orthodox Cathedral and enjoy the grand Nice Carnival of monumental floats and flower parade too. 

Monte Carlo

Enjoy the France Tour by exploring the charming locations of Monte Carlo. Admire the classic French decor of Palais du Prince and stop to take in the fragrance of roses and tragic romance at The Princess Grace Rose Garden. Enjoy the splendor of Monte Carlo International Circus Festival at Chapiteau de L’Espace Fontvieille and dig into French delicacies at Monte Carlo Gastronomie. Check out the brilliant Monaco Yacht Show at the harbor and take a shot at luck at the grand Casino de Monte Carlo.

Dijon

Take a plunge into French cuisine and culture at Dijon on the France Tour. Gaze at the grandeur of Ducal Palace at Place de la Liberation and marvel at the early-renaissance sculptures at Musee des Beaux-Arts. Make a wish by touching the symbolic owl at Parcours de la Chouette and marvel at the ethnographic collection at Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne. Go shopping for souvenirs at Rue des Forges and fall in love with the paintings of lesser-known and talented European artists at Musee Magnin.

Provence

Fan your love for all things beautiful on Earth at Provence on the France Tour. Admire the medieval architecture of Pope’s Palace at Avignon and savor light French wine at the vineyards in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Explore the impressive historical remains of Rome like Les Arenes at and revel in the rich redolence of lavender at Abbaye de Senanque. Shop for quaint antiques and souvenirs at L’Isle-Sur-la-Sorgue and make time to explore the picturesque Perched Village of Gordes atop the rocky crags and cliffs.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Set out on the France Tour between April and June or October and November to enjoy the tours and trips with lesser crowds and in mild weather. 

Travel Guide

Location

France is in west Europe, bordered by the English Channel at the north-west, the Bay of Biscay at the west, the North Sea at the north.

Capital City

The capital of France is Paris.

Main Airport

Charles de Gaulle in Paris is the most significant and busiest international airport in France.

Language Spoken

Apart from French, Spanish, English, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Arabic are the most popular languages in France.

Currency

The currency of France is Euro.

Visas

The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter France and stay up to three months for tourism or business purpose. Citizens of other countries require tourist or business visa for the France Tour.

Electricity

The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for types C and E plugs.

Vaccinations

The WHO and PHAC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the France tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 112 that is the EU emergency number, for any emergency that you face during the France Tour.

FAQs about France

What is internet access like in France?

There are hundreds of Wi-Fi spots in Paris and other metropolitan parts of France. You can get access to the internet in hotels, restaurants, and stations.

Can I use my mobile phone in France?

You need a mobile phone that is compatible with the GSM network on the France Tour to make phone calls in France.

How are the toilets like in France?

From automated public toilets to basic pissoirs, you will find a wide variety of toilets all over France.

Can I drink tap water in France?

Tap water is safe for drinking in France, but to be safer, drink bottled water instead.

Are credit cards accepted widely in France?

France widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard. Some parts of France accept American Express and Discover cards too.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in France?

Use a bank ATM card to avoid high transaction costs. ATM centers, called distributeurs, are available all over France.

What to wear in France?

Pack in your light sweaters, tops, tunics, dresses, hiking boots, raincoats, and a formal suit for the France Tour.

Is France safe for women to travel solo?

France is an ideal destination for women to travel solo. 

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