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Day 1: Paris
Welcome to French. Independent arrival to Paris.
Free Day in Paris. Overnight in Paris.
Day 02: The best of Paris / Louvre Museum / River Cruise / Notre Dame
It's possible to spend a half-day in Paris's historic center with the help of a native guide on this walking tour. At front of the fountain in Place Saint-Michel, you'll find your guide.
On the way to Notre Dame, your tour guide will share with you all of the intriguing details of its 850-year history, as well as any remaining mysteries. Visit this historic building and find what the future holds for it in the wake of its terrible fire.
Day 03: Optional trip to Versailles is also available.
You may spend today relaxing in the beautiful city of Paris, or you can choose for an optional trip to Versailles (additional Fee).
Visit the majestic Palace of Versailles, complete with lush gardens, on this day. King Louis XIV, often known as "the Sun," was the driving factor behind Versailles' development. In the 17th century, Louis transformed Versailles into an opulent chateau and an emblem of absolute power.
If you have time, your guide will show you around the State Residences, including the Hall of Mirrors, the King and Queen's apartments, as well as some newly refurbished rooms in the Royal Chapel and Opera House. In Paris for a one-night stay.
Day 04: Aix Provence
To get to Aix-en-Provence, take a high-speed train from Paris to Aix-en-Provence, which will take around three hours. Arrive at your hotel on your own and check-in.
After a day of sightseeing, we spent the night in Aix.
Day 05: Aix Provence discovery
With its breathtaking scenery, beautiful hilltop villages, historic landmarks, and breathtaking vistas, Provence has been enchanting visitors for decades. Today, begin your tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Provence by meeting your knowledgeable driver guide in the Alpilles mountain range. You'll feel like you've traveled back in time when you visit the historic settlement of Les Baux de Provence, which sits on a rocky spur overlooking the valley. The Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct that brought water to Nîmes, is still in great condition.
Day 06: Aix Provence discovery
As a result of its mild Mediterranean climate, attractive cobblestone streets, and bustling public spaces, Aix is sometimes referred to as the "City of Elegance." This city epitomizes "bon vivre," as the local's term "happy living," with its dazzling sky, golden stone facades, fountains, and shadows. Aix en Provence's cuisine is also a delight.
Your guide will lead you through the city's history, the scenic booths of traditional Provençal marketplaces, and the local delicacies you may sample. Take a leisurely walk around the old town to learn more about the culture and cuisine of the area. Take a stroll along the avenue Mirabeau, which is dotted with beautiful fountains, and see the Renaissance-style façade of the homes that line the street.
Tapenade, cheese, wine, and nougat are all on the menu for you at this restaurant in Provence, which is famed for its nougat. The Provençal way of life will captivate you, and you'll fall head over heels in love with this charming town.
Day 07- departure day
Breakfast at the hotel on the morning of departure and personal transportation to the airport. Booking additional nights is an option. Provence's Aix-en-Provence