● Roundtrip international airfare & Tax ● 9-day deluxe tour package
● 4 & 5-star hotel accommodation, breakfast & lunch ● Deluxe bus
● Fluent English-speaking tour guides ● Entrance fees to attractions
Come see the country renown for love, the City of Lights, wine, Versailles, and so much more! This tour strikes the perfect balance of history, art, architecture and, of course, food. And, yes, you’ll get to do some shopping! You’ll experience Paris–one of the most fascinating and beautiful cities in the world, Normandy–a place of reverence and history, the French countryside with its amazing landscapes, some of the most spectacular castles and palaces in Europe and perhaps find inspiration as so many creatives have throughout the ages!
Sign up by July 1st and get a $100 Early-Bird rebate! Deadline to sign up for this tour is August 1st, 2022!
Get an (even additional!) Travel with Friends rebate of $25 off for travelling with friends who live at a different address than you–you and your friend both get the discount! (limit one Travel with Friends rebate per person per tour).
November 4-12, 2022
D/fw to Paris
Check in at Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport for a connection flight for Paris.
Cross the International Date Line.
Change the connection flight and arrive at Paris, the City of Lights, and the capital of France. You will be met at the airport by your tour guide and transferred to the hotel.
Full day city tour to explore Paris, including a drive along the Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe. View the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, the Latin Quarter, and Opera District, Notre Dame and Place de la Concorde. Afternoon visit Louvre Museum, originally built in 12 to 13 century, established in 1793, contained about 460,000 objects and displays 35,000 works of art in 8 curatorial departments, it is the largest museum in the world.
Paris/ Giverny/ Tapestry/ Bayeux
Visit the former house of Claude Monet at Giverny. Explore the famous gardens which inspired many of Monet’s paintings. See the intricate Bayeux Tapestry, woven to commemorate the Norman invasion of England by William the Conqueror in 1066.
Bayeux/ Normandy/ Bayeux
Visit St. Mere Eglise on the Cotentin Peninsula, where the allied invasion began 75 years ago on June 6, 1944—D-Day. Visit Utah Beach, then make a stop at the Ranger Memorial at Pointe de Hoe. Visit Omaha Beach, the site of Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, which covers 172.5 acres and contains the graves of 9,387 American soldiers.
November 9th & 10th
Bayeux/ Mont St. Michel/ Loire Valley
Depart to the iconic Mont St. Michel, rising from the sea on the mighty rock. Cross the causeway by shuttle and browse the narrow streets and admire the views of the surrounding bay. Stay at Loire Valley for two nights. Travel to the Chateau de Chenonceau. Stretching across the River Cher and visit Royal Chateau d’Amboise where the artist Leonardo da Vinci is buried. Wine Taste before return to the hotel.
Chambord/ Chartres/ Paris
Travel to Chateau de Chambord, visit to Chartres, home of greatest Gothic cathedral in France.
Paris/ Dallas Ft. Worth
Fly back to Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) Airport, where you will arrive on the same day.