Grand Tour of Bordeaux Vineyards

Come discover, Aquitaine, "the land où il fait bon vivre" (the land of good living) and in particular Bordeaux known the world over for its fine wines with names like Château Lafitte-Rothschild, Château Margaux and St. Estephe to name a few...
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A Southwest Journey through Time

Explore a land of history that dates back 25,000 years ago when men dwell in the caves and grottoes that line the Rivers Lot and Celé. Walk through picturesque medieval towns and bastides (fortified towns) of rich cultural heritage embellished by Romanesque architecture and elegant Renaissance mansions. And for those interested in future travel be sure to visit Toulouse' s Space City (Cité de l'Espace), an interactive hands on space theme park.,
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Normandy Discovery

In this self drive tour we invite you to discover the many charms of the Normandy region. You will discover a land rich in history, from William the Conqueror, the Norman king who went on to conquer England, to the dramatic D-Day Landing events in WWII. From Monet's garden in Giverny to the Mont St. Michel you will be enchanted by a varied landscape of dramatic seacoast with high chalky cliffs, pretty fishing villages, towns with rich architectural heritage, apple orchards and lush gardens. And don't forget Normandy's unique gastronomy as it is home to Camembert, Benedictine Liqueur, apple cider and Calvados to name a few of its specialties.
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Discover Brittany

On the Northwestern part of France lies beautiful Brittany - a land of enchantment and legends. Explore its rugged coastline interspersed with quaint seaports, sunny beaches and popular vacation resorts. Hike its legend filled forests; discover intriguing Celtic megaliths and stroll along the cobblestone streets of medieval towns like Dinan and Saint Malo. Brittany's culinary specialty is the versatile crêpe but also be sure to taste its superb seafood especially Cancale oysters.
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A Week in Provence

Discover the light, scents, colors and tastes of Provence through this self-drive itinerary that will take you on an exploration of Provence's beautiful towns and villages. Visit Provence's ancient cultural heritage such as Arles' Roman amphitheatre and the Popes' Palace in Avignon; explore the colorful hills of the Luberon and their string of pretty perched villages such as Menerbes, Gordes and Roussillon. A visit of the vineyards of Chateauneuf du Pape and the colorful provençal markets will fill your senses with wonderful aromas.
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A Loire Valley Short Escape

Explore the fairy tale châteaux that line the dreamy Loire River. These castles were built by the Renaissance Kings as their pleasure palaces. Each of these castles is very distinctive with a fascinating history-Chenonceau the romantic château "par excellence"; Chambord with its majestic double staircase; Ussé the inspiration for Charles Perrault's Sleeping Beauty; Amboise, where Francis I held its magnificent Renaissance court and nearby Clos Lucé the house where Leonardo da Vinci spent his last days at the court of the King of France; Villandry's magnificent gardens and more.
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A Champagne Escapade

Explore the magical effervescence of Champagne and learn the secrets of the method Champenoise. Drive along the wine route that meanders through rolling vineyards, and villages, and towns rich in history. Visit Epernay and its miles of underground chalk cellars including those of world renowned Mercier and Moet & Chandon. Explore Reims and its beautiful gothic cathedral which saw the coronations of 30 kings of France.
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