The Southern Burgundy region has an unbelievable number of historic monuments and attractions, surprisingly tucked away in a sleepy countryside. The landscape of deeply wooded forests and green rolling hills abounds with cultural treasures: Romanesque chapels, medieval towns, picturesque villages, and ancient abbeys. There are more than 300 churches in Burgundy, and many are masterpieces of Gothic architecture.
France is regarded as one of the most dynamic countries in Europe, you can explore this country combining Paris (the romantic City of Lights; shopping, dining, museums), Reims, Nancy, Strasbourg, Colmar and Dijon (best sights of the city are owl tour, Palace, nearby villages and wine tastings) with a rent a car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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Paris - Dijon: 3 hour 44 mins. approx.
Dijon- Lyon: 2 hr 18 min approx.
Paris - Dijon: 3 hour 43 mins. approx.
Dijon- Reims: 2 hr 54 min approx.
Reims- Paris: 1 hr 51 mins. approx.
Paris - Dijon: 3 hour 44 mins. approx.
Dijon- Paris: 3 hr 44 min approx.
Alsace-Lorraine, a historic province in Eastern France, is where you will find the ancient capitals at Strasbourg and Nancy. The only thing that separates Germany from this region is the Rhine, and the area is extremely reminiscent of the German look (and sometimes feel). With its Germanic dialect, French sense of fashion, love of Foie gras and sauerkraut, fine wine and beer, this region often leaves you wondering quite where you are.
France`s Loire Valley is the lush area surrounding the 170-mile center portion of the Loire River in Central France. This region is considered to be the `Gardens of France`. There are literally countless chateaux (castles) scattered between a beautiful river and charming little towns. The abundance of stunning landscapes with vineyards, fairly tale castles and rich history, that surrounds them, makes the Loire Valley truly an incredible region to visit.
The winemaking region of Champagne, located in the northeast part of France just 55 miles outside of Paris, is known for its sparkling white wine. This is one of the most famous and posh areas of France with many well-known Champagne companies like Moet and Chandon, that have cellars and vineyards. This region is intended to enjoy at a leisurely pace if you truly want to appreciate what it has to offer.
A visit to the beaches, where the greatest invasion force of all time landed, is a must for anyone visiting Normandy’s north coast. The 54 miles of Atlantic coast north of Bayeau - stretching from Utah Beach in the west to Sword Beach in the east - are dotted with WWII museums, monuments, cemeteries, and battle remains left in tribute to the courage of British, Canadian, and American armies that successfully carried out the largest military operation in history, D-Day.
With many of the most beautiful places to visit in France, Provence, a region in southeastern France, is made for explorers. From the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields, the stunning variety of landscape offered here make it an irresistible destination to discover. Swim in the Calanques in Cassis, shop in the lively markets, eat Provencal bouillabaisse, catch a festival, cruise the rivers and canals, and discover the many quaint towns and villages.
The southeast coast of Provence, France, is sprinkled with some of the world`s most popular beaches and destinations, including Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Saint Tropez and Menton. Known all over the world for its glamour and beauty, the Riviera is a playground for the rich and famous and a true paradise destination.
Paris - Tours: 2 hours 44 mins. approx.
Tours- Lyon: 5 hr approx.
Lyon- Nimes: 2 hrs 43 mins. approx.
Nimes - Aix-en-Provence: 1hr 18 min approx.
Aix-en-Provence - Nice: 1 hr 52 mins. Approx.