A large, beautiful and varied country, France is the perfect rail destination. A high-speed rail network enables you to explore modern and medieval cities, landscapes of rolling vineyards or fields of lavender and diverse coastline from the wild and unspoilt to the ultra chic. France also has first-class rail connections to many other European countries including the UK, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Germany, making it an excellent starting point for exploring further afield. The famous high-speed TGV trains run the length of the country servicing all main holiday regions, from Paris to Provence, the Côte d’Azur and Bordeaux. So whether you want to be soaking up the sun, taking advantage of world-class winter sports, or enjoying the best of French hospitality, why not let one of our expert consultants help inspire you?
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Located in the South West of France, the exciting city of Bordeaux is famous not only as the world’s wine-making capital, but also for its stunning centre.
The Cote d’Azur - or French Riviera - is comprised of a string of beautiful towns, beautiful beaches, and beautiful people on France’s Mediterranean coast.
Paris is arguably the world’s most romantic city, and is certainly home to some of the globe’s most recognisable landmarks, best food, and most inspiring art.
From the lively multi-cultural bustle of Marseilles to the artistic appeal of Avignon and Aix-en-Provence or the wild beauty of the Camargue, this southern part of France has something for all visitors to enjoy.
France has made an enormous contribution to global culture, from literature to art to fashion, but it is perhaps as centre of gastronomy that it is best recognised. This 12 night tour of some of the country’s foodie hotspots will give you ample opportunity to indulge in classic French cuisine, modern menus, and an array of regional delicacies.
Have you ever wanted to cover Europe’s must-visit destinations in one, unforgettable holiday? Visit Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Nice, Rome, Venice, Lucerne, Berlin, Prague and Budapest in one essential European itinerary.