Call Us Today!call:


From the lavender fields of Provence to the urban chic of Paris, France has so much to offer. Mingle with the yachting set on the Côte d’Azur on a trip to Cannes or St Tropez, enjoy a leisurely cruise down the Canal du Midi, discover the Alpine beauty of Savoie or take a gastronomic journey to Bordeaux. Visit the romantic city of Paris or explore the vineyards of the Loire Valley. Soak up the sunshine along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice or learn about the history of the French monarchy at Versailles. With a comprehensive network of fast, comfortable trains, the delights of France are easily accessible.

View All France vacation Packages

Top Destinations

Showing #1-10 of 35 desinations



Built up around the Château de Chantilly, the French town of Chantilly has long been a home to kings, princes, dukes and duchesses. The Château is also now home to the Condé Museum, an art gallery with one of the most significant collections in France. If horses are...



One of France’s oldest cities, Clermont-Ferrand was a historic powerhouse, and looking back to the 2nd century AD, one of the largest metropolises in Roman Gaul. The historic center is dominated by the distant Puy-de-Dôme volcano, the spire of its gothic Cathedral....



Considered to be the capital of Alsatian wine, Colmar is a picturesque city which dates back to the 9th century. At one time part of the German Empire, the city has a Teutonic flavor indicative of the Alsace-Lorraine region. The main draw for visitors is the beautifully...



Dijon is the historic capital of Burgundy, a region famous for its cuisine and fine wines, as well as for being home to the Dukes of Burgundy for over three hundred years. The city remains the cultural center it always was and offers plenty to see and do. There are also...



Nestled in the French Alps, Grenoble benefits from an awe-inspiring, mountainous backdrop. Catch the Téléferique up to the commanding Bastille for fabulous views of the city or wander around the ultra modern Museum of Grenoble, showcasing art and artifacts from...


La Rochelle

The popular coastal town of La Rochelle, often referred to as the White City due to the prevalent use of limestone in its construction, is well known for both its fresh seafood, and towering coastal defenses. Previously a highly significant Atlantic Port, La Rochelle was...



Not far from the Belgian border, Lille boasts French sophistication with a hearty dose of Flemish influence. Once an important merchant center, Lille is now a cultural hub and bustling university town with strong Flemish features throughout the city. The compact centre...



Nestled in the foothills of the French Pyrenees, Lourdes is a small market town with a hilltop fort at its center. The town has become a popular destination for Roman Catholic pilgrims since the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared in a grotto there to Saint Bernadette...



Nestled in the heart of the Rhône-Alpes, at the confluence of the Rhône River and the River Saône, Lyon is recognized as the capital of French gastronomy and is much admired for its famous wineries in the surrounding Beaujolais and Côtes Du Rhône regions. The...



Côte d’Azur-side Marseilles is a bustling seaport extraordinaire. It’s lack of glitzy resort-town chic is no loss, with visitors instead delighting in its tranquil squares, stepped streets, ancient forts and harbor-side industrial heritage. Stroll through the palm...

Load More