The world’s most popular tourist destination, France, for many, embodies the very essence of Europe, a seductive amalgam of cosmopolitan cities, charming, medieval villages, flower-coated valleys, soaring mountain peaks, and picture-perfect coastal towns, home to some of the finest art, architecture and gastronomy on the planet.
A perfect year-round destination, France truly offers something for all tastes, from outdoor, and adventure-based activities like skiing, hiking, sailing and mountain biking, to cultural pursuits like museum and gallery tours, whilst foodies will love exploring the myriad vineyards, markets, cafes and world-class restaurants on offer.
Starting your trip in Paris, you will explore the many cultural and historic sights of the capital, then on to the beautiful wine region of Burgundy, where you will tour vineyards, picturesque countryside and charming medieval villages; finally you will head south, to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the French Riviera.
France is a destination well known for it's meticulous attention to detail. From the grand architecture to the smallest of pastries, no detail is insignificant. We believe the same is true for travel, that's why our team of travel experts that will help you design your perfect adventure from bespoke itineraries to unique accommodation!
There are numerous airlines who operate daily flights from various UK cities to a no. of destinations in France. Alternatively you can take the Eurotunnel train from London St Pancras Station to Paris, and there are also numerous daily ferry crossings including Dover to Calais & Plymouth to Roscoff.
France is a perfect year round destination, though can be expensive during the peak summer months. Therefore the shoulder months of May, June, September and October are great times to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 3 days.
Currently, UK citizens do not require a visa to enter France.
The French Riviera is a geographical kiss between the bordering lips of the Alps and the Mediterranean sea. No wonder it makes for such a romantic backdrop.
The African and Eurasian tectonic plates collided millions of years ago, forcing the earth above them to rocket towards the heavens creating one of the world’s most beautiful, jagged landscapes.