New York, New York Travel Agent
Seeing France in Style
I fell in love with France the very first time I visited it, and today it is still one of my favorite destinations to sell. Most of the trips I book there hinge on how much time my client has, because there is so much to see and do in Paris alone, it leaves little time for anything else.
But there are also wonderful excursions to be had in the rest of France. The northeast has the Champagne wine region, while a trip to Normandy will yield a visit to the home of Claude Monet. The area is also home to sites of historical interest, such as Pointe du Hoc, where World War II and D-Day are still very much a part of living memory. In fact, many of the homes there still fly American flags as a show of respect to the soldiers who lost their lives there.
Of course, if you simply want to stay in Paris and take in the arts and culture, there is no shortage of things to do. Just 30 minutes outside of the city is the Château de Versailles, and of course for anyone who appreciates the arts, there is also the Louvre Museum. There are such icons as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde, all of which everyone should see at least once in their lives.
Tell me how long you intend to be in France, the size of your budget and a little bit about yourself. This is all I need to create a perfect French leisure itinerary for you, and you will cherish the memories long after you return home.