The who’s who of art and architecture. The Louvre’s famous Mona Lisa. The tree-lined Champs-Élysées. The majestic Arc de Triomphe. Marvel at the Château de Versailles. You can take the steps up the Eiffel Tower if you want. The surreal views of Paris from this icon will be worth it!
Enjoy a beautiful cruise down the River Seine at night. Discover quaint local areas on a guided bike tour. Dine in Montmartre. Have croissants for breakfast, fresh baguettes at lunch, and crêpes in the Latin Quarter. You’ll leave the City of Lights with a new joie de vivre! And very full!
There’s no place like France. As the world’s top tourist destination, this country sure knows how to laissez les bons temps rouler. Let the good times roll, indeed. France has been a leader in culture, art, science, philosophy, and of course, cuisine, throughout its long and storied history. A country with a dizzying array of geographic and cultural diversity, France is full of vibrant cities, quiet rural towns, mountains, rolling hills, and oodles of pastoral tranquillity. Cathedrals and castles. Fine art and high fashion. Fresh baguettes, renowned cheese, and some of the finest cuisine in the world. Chic and stylish. Yet bold and adventurous. France has a lot of appeal, its charming French national culture stitched together from a series of unique regional identities that when connected are stronger than the sum of their individual parts. It’s no wonder that such a world-class place is tops to the world
Of course all our trips visiting France fall in love with Paris – the sites atop the Eiffel Tower, strolling along Champs Elysees, admiring the Mona Lisa – and we haven’t even mentioned the food! But beyond the City of Light, there is still much to explore. The choice is yours!
I loved the Paris boat tour because we had an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower at night. I loved this experience I feel that it helped me grow as a person by letting me travel the world without my parents in a safe environment.”
I had pretty high expectations going into the trip, and I can honestly say that the trip met all of them. I really loved Annecy and I’m glad that I got the opportunity to visit while on this trip because otherwise I probably would never have gotten the chance to.”