France is one of the world’s most complex destinations, as it combines sophistication with rusticity, culture with pleasure.

It is a land of contrasts.  You can go from the sea to the mountains in a couple of hours.  You can have dinner in a Michelin starred restaurant or in a simple bistro.

So get lost in France with us and discover the majestic chateaux of the Loire Valley, the art collections of the Louvre or Musée d’Orsay, drive through the ephemeral lavender fields, climb the Eiffel Tower or simply relax on the French Riviera. We will help you discover and enjoy the many faces of France.


by the official government agency whose mission is to develop travel and tourism to France, ATOUT-FRANCE



Dine Out

This is the most serious, but also sensual business in France.  Go from affordable bistros to memorable Michelin starrede restaurants.   

Shop in Parisian Boutiques

This is the capital of fashion.  Shop until you drop!  Splurge and get the latest accessories at Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent or Christian Lacroix.  Take advantage of our invitation to Galeries Lafayette fashion show.  

Have fun with your family 

Enjoy a chocolate croissant with your children for breakfast, climb the Eiffel Tower, bike around Versailles’ grounds or have an ice cream at Berthillon while admiring the flying buttresses of Notre Dame.

Tour Burgundy during the Grape Gathering

Witness thousands of people (armed with vintner’s shears and baskets) work over the rolling hills to gather the grapes that have made the region’s wines so famous. Sample the local wines in the area restaurants.

Pay Tribute to Fallen Heroes on Normandy’s D-day Beaches

Today you’ll find only the sticky sands and wind-torn, gray-green seas of a rather chilly beach. But even if you haven’t seen Saving Private Ryan or The Longest Day, you will be moved by the American cemetery and will fully understand the price that these determined soldiers paid to establish peace in Europe.     

Marvel at the Riviera’s Modern-Art Museums

Since the 1890s, when Signac, Bonnard, and Matisse discovered St-Tropez, artists and their patrons have been drawn to the French Riviera. Highlights are Aix-en-Provence (Cézanne’s studio), Biot (the Léger Museum), Cagnes-sur-Mer (the Museum of Modern Mediterranean Art), Cap d’Antibes (the Grimaldi Château’s Picasso Museum), La Napoule (the Henry Clews Museum), and Menton (the Cocteau Museum). In addition, Nice, St-Paul-de-Vence, and St-Tropez all have impressive modern-art collections.

Enjoy a morning at the market 

Stroll through our favorite neighborhood and town markets, experience the rhythms of local life and the best regional foods and crafts such as truffles in Sarlat, antiques and Provencal textiles in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, and cod brandade at the bustling covered market in Nimes.

You will fall in love with the art and museums,
the cheese and wine,
the chocolate croissants and the baguettes,
the capital Paris and the quaint villages,
the exclusive luxury hotels and the quaint inns,
the mountains and the beaches,
the designers stores and the local markets,
the sensual je ne sais quoi of France is so unique
that you will come back over and over again.

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