Excursions to discover France !
On top of Day breaks out of Paris, longer journeys in the regions of France are scheduled upon request. Between art and culture, traditions and leisure, get to know real France, away from Paris and discover Normandy, Brittany, the Loire Valley, Burgundy, Champagne or even the Riviera, but also major cities close to Paris such as Amiens, Troyes, Rouen.. Or further away like Bordeaux, Lyon, Lille…
Excursions to various European cities can also be arranged: London, Brussels, Geneva. Any other destination can be examined under budget and distance.
Trips are easily organized from Paris to Normandy by train or bus. Between typical small harbors, magnificent cliffs, Dday landing beaches and stunning scenery, this is a must during your stay in France. See more
– Robert Morris University trip To Normandy: See the Photos!
– See the best of the Landing Beaches and other fighting sites with our exclusive Day tour to the Normandy Battlefields
Burgundy combines gastronomy, pleasure of living and incredible monuments.
On program: castles visits, wine tastings (the region has some of the world’s most renowned wines!) and much more! Discover the wine coast, the city of Dijon, capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, as well as numerous amazing monuments: Hospices de Beaune, Basilica of Vezelay, Cluny Abbey, without mentioning countless beautiful chateaux.
Loire valley Chateaux
The Loire Valley, France’s longest river, has a unique heritage between Tours and Blois : many castles of French Renaissance. Chambord, Chenonceaux, Azay le Rideau, Amboise, Blois … Moreover, the region is easily accessible from Paris, it is also possible to discover charming towns alongside with typical gastronomy and famous wines.
Day break: A day in the Loire valley
Enjoy magical moments to explore the region with tastings in the most prestigious producing Champagne houses in Reims, Epernay (capital of Champagne) or in the countryside. Discover the rich local culture with a visit to Reims (Tau Palace, Cathedral…), typical villages, vineyards and stunning regional sites that have marked the history of France.
Day break: A day in Champagne
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