Combine the glamorous French destinations with centuries of history and glorious sunsets on the French Riviera. This appealing tour delivers it all in just 11 days taking you through Nice, Cannes, Carcassonne, Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion, Loire Valley and more, from French wine pairing experience to visiting the majestic chateaus.



Visit traditional French parfumerie

French wine & food pairing experience

1 night stay in Chateau hotel

Memorable dinner in Paris

Discover the famous Monte Carlo casino

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One-night stay at Chateau d'Artigny is a unique experience that you can only experience in France. Upon arrival in the afternoon, you may take the time to explore the beautiful interior of the castle and admire the opulent rooms, luxurious furnishings, and impressive art collections. Take a stroll through the well-manicured landscapes, it's an excellent opportunity to relax and soak in the beauty of the surroundings. Not to forget to find a picturesque spot within the estate to enjoy the sunset. The Chateau's surroundings often offer breathtaking views of the French countryside, making it a perfect setting to capture beautiful moments. Indulging in a delicious French gourmet meal at the hotel's restaurant, dressed in elegant attire, adds a touch of luxury and romance to the evening. French cuisine is renowned for its flavours and presentation, making it a delightful culinary experience. Spending quality time over dinner, enjoying the ambience, and savouring the fine dining will create cherished memories. Pairing the meal with a glass of local wine is a fantastic way to complement the flavours and further immerse yourself in the region's culture. Next morning, take an early morning walk around the chateau's grounds as the tranquil ambience and fresh air can be quite refreshing, providing a peaceful start to the day. By combining exploration, relaxation, fine dining, and scenic beauty, it’s a unique experience that captures the essence of the chateau and the allure of the Loire Valley.




This Mediterranean seaside city includes historical neighbourhoods, beaches, museums and local food, and benefits from an all-year-round warm and pleasant climate. The deep blue waters of the Cote d’Azur are the dramatic backdrop for elegant Nice. Breathe in the fresh Mediterranean air as you stroll the famous Promenade des Anglais, be charmed by the quaint streets of Old Town, or indulge in classic Provencal dishes and wines in one of the city’s intimate cafes or bustling brasseries. From its relaxed yet stylish atmosphere to the many attractive sights it hosts, Nice should be on the bucket list of every traveller visiting the southeast coast of France. Put on your sunglasses, apply a bit of sun cream and follow us for a stroll through the places and things Nice is famous for.




Eze is a beautiful hilltop medieval village in the south of France, lying between Monaco and Nice. Centuries-old stonework is set off beautifully by sublime detailing. Exquisite wrought-iron street lamps hang everywhere, pastel shutters gleam in the morning sunshine, and hints of history abound in carvings and plaques. Stroll quietly along the slender passages, musing over the lives of the lucky people who dwell in this precious place. There is something extraordinary to see at every turn, some delightful detail to inspire the creative mind, like stepping back into a beautifully cared-for historical timeline. The shops and galleries in Eze offer beautiful, quality goods from art, clothing, homewares, and ateliers as they dotted along the winding streets. Colourful displays, delightful windows, and desirable things will attract you to the unique shops. Get ready to be amazed by its spectacular views, impressive architecture, and stunning geographical location above the French Riviera!




Monaco’s most famous district is Monte Carlo that is often mistaken to be a city. In fact, Monte Carlo is officially an administrative area of the Principality of Monaco, where the Monte Carlo Casino is located. Monte Carlo Casino is perhaps the world’s best casino. Along the streets, Mandarin trees grow, and the products in several storefronts do not have price tags as wealthy customers are thought to not need to know the prices. In May every year, the streets of Monaco and Monte Carlo are converted into a Formula 1 track for sparks to fly. Well-preserved, rich in history and fantastic sights, Monaco’s old town welcomes visitors with small shops, narrow streets, and bakeries with fine and attractive windows. In addition, there are many historical monuments and sites. Monte Carlo is, without a doubt, Monaco’s iconic area. It is most famous for its Formula Grand Prix event, stately Casino, beach, and lux-filled streets.




With its 3 kilometres of defensive ramparts, the old city of Carcassonne is one of the largest surviving medieval walled cities in Europe. The medieval city of Carcassonne was built on the ruins of an old Roman fortress and found itself at the centre of the Albigensian Crusade in the 13C. After the settlements at the foot of the city were destroyed, King St Louis authorised the local inhabitants to build a new town in 1245. This became known as the Bastide Saint Louis. Today, Carcassonne is renowned across the globe thanks to its two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Medieval City and the Canal du Midi.




Ochre rooftops and blushing brick churches earned Toulouse the nickname ‘La Ville Rose’ (The Pink City). Its enchanting Old Quarter is a dreamy jumble of coral-coloured shopfronts and churches. Beyond the old town, Toulouse sprawls into France’s fourth-largest metropolis. Stroll through Capitole de Toulouse, around which the historic part of the city and its main architectural and cultural attractions are built. Admire the city's main temple, the Basilica of Saint-Sernin which is the largest Romanesque church in the world. The charm of visiting Toulouse is its laid-back vibe as it will make you slow down, relax and feel the energy of the city.




Since the Middle Ages, the UNESCO-listed city Bordeaux is given the name of the Port of the Moon due to the crescent shape of the Garonne river as it crosses the city. When you think of Bordeaux, first and foremost – it’s the wine that comes to mind. With 60 appellations and 7000 winemakers, the city is the capital of a region home to some of the oldest vineyards and finest wines in the world. From the elegant symmetry of place de la Bourse, palaces strung with stone-sculpted mascarons (faces), to tree-shaded boulevards laced with hôtels particuliers (mansions) built for 18th-century wine merchants, Bordeaux wine and architecture are world-class. With many renowned vineyards and exceptional wines, Saint-Emilion is the main wine town in the Libournais district of Bordeaux, which listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.




280km of spectacular natural landscapes that are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Loire Valley is an outstanding cultural landscape of great beauty. This region includes historic towns and villages, great architectural chateaux, and cultivated lands formed by many centuries of interaction between their population and the physical environment, primarily the river Loire itself. Europe’s longest river, the Loire, flows past some 20 castles to visit and just as many stories and histories to be rediscovered. The main activities are touring airy old châteaux and magnificent modern gardens, tasting wine in the middle of vineyards and, this being France, eating some very good food. Go on a journey of discovery of the Loire Valley, which is ready and waiting to offer you all its jewel-like heritage.




France is a country beloved by many, but Paris is the glittering jewel in France’s crown. For millions of people, the City of Light embodies the ultimate in romance, elegance, culture, and all things beautiful and refined. The cosmopolitan capital is influential in cuisine, art, high fashion and design, and has the reputation for being one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Despite the crowds of tourists and sightseers all over the city, Paris still exudes an undeniable grandeur. If it's your first visit to Paris, you'll probably want to spend some time at the world-renowned Eiffel Tower, the Louvre (home of the "Mona Lisa") and Notre Dame. Walk the Champs-Élysées to get a feel for the French capital's distinct charms. Whether you’re a history or art buff, a wine fanatic or a fashionista, an impassioned foodie or someone who simply enjoys watching life unfold from a café terrace, you can find your home in Paris.





  • Return flight tickets
  • 4 star hotels or similar
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Guided tours with local guide
  • L'Occitane factory tour entrance
  • Chateau Comtal entrance
  • Chateau de Chenonceau entrance
  • Chateau de Chambord entrance
  • Royal Chateau of Amboise entrance
  • Perfume workshop experience
  • Remarkable lunch at Monte Carlo casino
  • Grand Cru winery tour and wine tasting
  • French gourmet food and wine pairing
  • Loire Valley chateau stay with dinner
  • Martell distilling tour & VSOP tasting
  • Memorable dinner in Paris
  • Airport taxes & tips
  • Complimentary 1 bottled water per day in Europe


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  • Meals not included as per shown in the itinerary
  • Luggage porterage service

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