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France

Country Capital:

Paris

Country Description:

France, in Western Europe, encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses, classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. The country is also renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Lascaux’s ancient cave drawings, Lyon’s Roman theater and the vast Palace of Versailles attest to its rich history.

Major Cities

Paris
Nice
Toulouse
Marseille
Lyon
Bordeaux

3★+ Accommodation Starting At:

$50

(Per Room, Per Night)

Atlandis Top 3 'Things to Do'

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Bateaux Parisiens Seine River Gourmet Dinner & Sightseeing Cruise

Ensure a memorable night out in Paris with a gourmet dinner cruise along the Seine River. Float past the city’s famed monuments, such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Ile de la Cité aboard a luxury Bateaux Parisiens riverboat. Soak up the magic of Paris from an onboard dining room while enjoying a gourmet 3-course meal. Please note that Champagne and live music are also included on select 8:30pm departures.

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French Riviera in One Day

On this full-day, chauffeured tour, you’ll swap the bustle of the city for picturesque villages and glamorous cities along the French Riviera. First, learn the secrets of French perfume in hilltop, medieval Eze, and get a first-hand peek at the famous racetracks of Monte Carlo. Then, head to the artists’ hub of Saint Paul-de-Vence, followed by a stroll by the boutiques and luxury hotels of Cannes.

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The Glory of Occitania: An audio tour of medieval and modern Toulouse

Toulouse, a gorgeous ancient city founded by the Romans, has a remarkably preserved old city centre. This self guided audio tour takes you to some of the ancient university buildings, as well as to the World Unesco Heritage church of St Sernin.Never destroyed by war, many medieval and Renaissance buildings still stand as do the picturesque twisting streets. Toulouse was a major stop on the pilgrimage route to Compostelle in the early Middle Ages and became a huge centre of learning at that time too. Then we go down to the river through the medieval quarter and spend time at the river and at a Renaissance palace. Toulouse also has an enormous amount of original and beautiful 19th-century architecture. We go to the Garonne River to find out where the Romans started it all, and to see the Renaissance bridge called the Pont Neuf.

'Things To Do' information provided by Viator and TripAdvisor. Contact Atlandis Vacations for the best prices.

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