Discover the sites of the Dunkirk Evacuation, code-named Operation Dynamo, which took place between May 26 and June 4, 1940 with a day-trip from Paris to Northern France where you will also visit "La Coupole" gigantic underground bunker.
The popping of corks has long heralded parties around the world and now you have a chance to celebrate one of France’s most iconic drinks with a visit to the Champagne region where it all began.
Explore the house and stunning gardens of Claude Monet, enjoy lunch at the 'Moulin de Fourges' restaurant, then leave Giverny behind, before skip the long lines at Versailles, for a guided tour of the famous Palace.
Make your way to Versailles and meet your guide at the Equestrian Statue of Louis the 14th, that stands in front of the Palace. You will then head to the Castle to start your guided tour of the palace, an incredible experience.
Discover Château de Fontainebleau, one of the largest French castles, on a half-day trip from Paris! Listen to your guide telling you about this opulent UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.
Get on an impressionist-inspiration journey on the Normandy coast that will take you from Paris to the small medieval town of Honfleur to the "Côte d'Albâtre" and the amazing village of Etretat with its breathtaking high white cliffs.
See majestic Loire Valley castles on a full-day private tour from Paris! With your personal private driver/guide, you’ll discover three major châteaux — Amboise, Chenonceau and Chambord — which make this region famous.
Get on an incredible journey in the footsteps of 19th century icons, including the Impressionist painters on this private visit to the Musee d'Orsay, a veritable gallery of masterpieces with works by Monet, Van-Gogh, Courbet, and more...
Learn about the life and legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte on this 3-hour walking tour. Walk in his footstep, from École Militaire to Place Vendôme, the Louvre & The Invalides and uncover how each famous Paris landmark is connected to Napoleon.
Visit the sites of some of the most pivotal American battles in World War. Walk among trenches in the Belleau Woods and honor fallen soldiers at the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery , then learn more about WWI at the Museum of the Great War.