France is one of the most visited countries that offer tourists a wide array of incredible diversities. However, Paris is the only place where tourists want to visit often. With this week-long France itinerary, people who can’t think beyond Paris when it comes to France tours would be able to think beyond Paris. Read this itinerary that will let you explore the other equally incredible places of the country. This France itinerary would uncover the beautiful places that the country offers which will contribute to making the most out of your vacation time.
Admire the architect - Eiffel Town
Take a walk up to the most famous Champ Elysees
Visit the world’s largest museum- the Louvre
Explore the vineyards
Day 1: Arrival in Paris
Day 2: Explore the beautiful places in Paris
Day 3: Take a walk to the famous Champ Elysees
Day 4: World’s largest museum- The Louvre Museum
Day 5 & 6: The Normandy Region
Day 7: Loire Valley
Day 8: Back Home
Welcome to the capital of the country! Once you have landed to the beautiful and romantic place, it’s time to explore the areas that would add charismatic moments to your France itinerary. After having breakfast at the hotel, you can get out to explore the city of lights which includes amazing architecture, world-class art, and culture.
Begin your second day of the tour with the icon of Paris, The Eiffel Tower. Embrace the beautiful architecture of the Eiffel Tower while whisking away in an elevator to the top of the tower. This way, you can enjoy the most spectacular uninterrupted views of the city. Enjoy the full day at the Eiffel Tower and do not forget to try your hands on the best French delicacies. Wrap up your day with some unforgettable French cuisine, romantic ambiance & dramatic views of the Eiffel tower. If you wish you have your dinner at the hotel, then you can tell the hotel staff about your plan.
It’s the third day of the France itinerary and you can start your day by taking a walk to the most famous Champ Elysees. Enjoy the approaching view of this imposing arch that was built in the honor of those who fought and died for France. You might get patriotic vibes while roaming around the area, so check out the inner and outer surfaces of the Arc for the names of French war victories and generals inscribed in the stone. You can wrap up your day with having top views over Paris and the avenues that are in the center of the Arc.
The fourth day of France itinerary includes a visit to the home of the famous Mona Lisa. The Louvre museum is the world’s largest museum and is home to thousands of classic and modern artifacts. It is the most visited gallery in the world where you can get to see the classic artwork from Mona Lisa to Venus de Milo. So get ready with your cameras on to get some real artwork captured in your camera.
To discover the best places and plenty of areas that are hidden in the history of France, leave Paris early and heads to Caen that is just 2.5 hours away from Paris. From dramatic coastal landscape to scenic hills, Normandy is one of France’s hidden gems. So explore the area to delve deeper into the history of Norman and the stories of Medieval and War Time history. Begin your journey with American Cemetery at Colleville, which spreads over 70 hectares overlooking the beaches. You can head outside to wander the perfectly aligned gravestones on a majestic green lawn.
Loire Valley is believed to be the most beautiful regions of France, add a glimpse of the place to make your France itinerary work for you. Discover the Chateau Chambord that was built by King Francis, wander the sprawling gardens and orchids, taste the traditional delicacies and wine and end up your journey by soaking up the beauty of the landscape.
It is time to say goodbye to the most beautiful country. After having your morning meal, your private transfer will take you to the airport. Hope you enjoy your tour!
The price of the tour is quite affordable, but it is advisable to check the updated price before you book your tour.
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