A France vacation includes some of the country’s most notable destinations.
Visit Paris, the country’s capital city and cultural haven, and its must-see monuments and attractions like the Louvre Museum featuring the Mona Lisa, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower offering panoramic views of the city from three different viewing platforms. Make an excursion to historic Normandy or to Versailles to see the ornate palace including the spectacular Hall of Mirrors. Travel south to Avignon, picturesque Provence or Nice aboard the TGV, France’s high-speed train.
Make France your sole destination with a France tour like Wonderful France or Paris & the French Riviera. Or, combine a France vacation and travel aboard Europe’s sleek trains with stays in neighboring countries like England, Switzerland, Holland, and Italy for a well-planned multi-country vacation
France Rail Tours
London, Paris & Rome 11 days from $2099
Explore endless sights and unique cultures in three historic capital cities: London, Paris, and Rome! Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, and St.Peter's Basilica are only some of the fascinating historic attractions that will enthrall you on this 11-day European holiday.
Best of Western Europe: London, Paris, Amsterdam 10 days from $2650
Discover the history and culture of three of Western Europe's most popular cities and the excitement of high-speed rail as you connect London, Paris and Amsterdam with travel aboard the famed Eurostar and Thalys trains.
Departs from May 2014 to February 2016.
Burgundy & Provence 12 days from $3549
A 7-night cruise along the Saône River is the cornerstone of this 12-day European rail-river cruise vacation through France’s Burgundy and Provence regions. Additional highlights of your adventure include a 2-night stay including sightseeing in Paris, high-speed rail travel aboard the TGV, and a 1-night stay in the French Riviera.
Departs from April 2015 to October 2015.
European Highlights with Eurostar - 11 days 11 days from $2885
Discovering six countries in seven days, this intimate introduction to Europe compares its big players, France and Germany, and their smaller neighbours, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Departs from April 2014 to October 2014.