Take a walk through one of the most important episodes in modern history. With your driver-guide you will travel to the Normandy beaches in an air-conditioned minibus.
Travel from Paris to Villers-Bretonneux in the early morning of April 25, for the ANZAC Day Dawn Service Ceremony, followed by a tour of the surrounding Somme area to visit major WWI sites and battlefields.
D-Day began in Normandy Shortly after midnight on June 6th 1944 with 156,000 allies troops landing and among them, 14,000 Canadians assaulting a beachfront code-named “Juno”. Follow in the footsteps of the Canadian Troops who fought there.
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.
Escape from Paris for a visit to Claude Monet's house and its magnificent gardens in Giverny and immerse yourself in the world of Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-oise, where the Master spent the last 70 days of his life, on a Private Day Trip.
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.
This day trip will lead you from Paris to the edge of Normandy, where you will first visit the idyllic home of Claude Monet. You will travel in style aboard a luxury minibus with one of our expert guides.
Treat yourself to a getaway to Honfleur with its small harbor and its colorful 17th century houses, which can be seen in Claude Monet's paintings and crown your trip to the countryside with a visit to Monet's house and gardens at Giverny.
Now is your chance to visit the “Garden of France”. With over 100 chateaux to choose from, the Loire Valley is a rich plethora of Renaissance and Enlightenment architectural Masterpiece.
Leave Paris for a day trip outside of the capital city to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mont Saint-Michel where you’ll visit The 10th-century’s Mont Saint-Michel hilltop abbey, and wander the island’s narrow backstreets.