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TOMORROW TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL

Tomorrow Travel International is a French DMC. We have 18 experienced and trained travel agents in Europe countries to guarantee unforgettable stays.

Our only mission is to provide you with customized and personalized stays from A to Z. We make your wildest dreams come true, such as flying to Monaco from Nice by helicopter, renting vintage cars to travel through Tuscany or renting a catamaran and a staff to sail on the French Riviera... everything is possible with us. Your only limit will be your imagination!

We specialize in the following destinations :
- France
- Switzerland
- Germany
- Multi-country trips all over Europe (England, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal...).

We also offer trips for travelers with disabilities (wheelchair, medical assistance).

We offer you a 24/7 assistance during your trip of a lifetime !

TOMORROW TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL is part of the following groups: France Travel Agents, Germany Travel Agents, Switzerland Travel Agents

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Dreamy Paris with responsive specialist!
France | Feb 4 - Feb 8, 2024

Monique
Monique L.
Germany | Reviewed on Feb 13, 2024
Mathilde was super responsive to every request. We had to make changes in our planned tours, and she made sure what we needed happened. Paris is dreamy and fun! Mathilde made it easy to show that side to our teenagers! Read more

Mathilde was super responsive to every request. We had to make changes in our planned tours, and she made sure what we needed happened. Paris is dreamy and fun! Mathilde made it easy to show that side to our teenagers!

Hotel Review
Hôtel Lorette—Astotel
Paris

We had two rooms and one was def better than the other. The smaller had a shower curtain instead of door, which makes for a less enjoyable experience. Otherwise location is perfect!

Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Activity Review
French Dessert Cooking Class
French Dessert Cooking Class
Paris

Chef Dominique is easy going and funny! This was the best part of our trip! The desserts were simple but delicious! Will show off to our friends our new baking skills!

Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Local specialist: Mathilde Dubuisson
Mathilde
Mathilde Dubuisson
Local specialist in Villefranche-sur-Saône | Replied on Feb 13, 2024

Bonjour Monique,
Thanks for your amazing review! I'm happy to read that you enjoyed the cooking class and had a great trip :)
I wish you and your family all the best!
Mathilde

Matthew at Mont Saint Michele, Roberto for No...
France | Dec 16 - Dec 23, 2023

Tracy
Tracy N.
Little Rock, AR | Reviewed on Jan 06, 2024
Matthew at Mont Saint Michele, Roberto for Notre Dame and Saint Chapelle, David on the chocolate and pastry tour, Celine at the Louvre tour were all very pleasant and very knowledgeable! I would give a word on the fashion tour...it was more of the education on history of fashion and not quite what we expected. Overall the tours were very enjoyable and informative. Read more

Matthew at Mont Saint Michele, Roberto for Notre Dame and Saint Chapelle, David on the chocolate and pastry tour, Celine at the Louvre tour were all very pleasant and very knowledgeable! I would give a word on the fashion tour...it was more of the education on history of fashion and not quite what we expected. Overall the tours were very enjoyable and informative.

Activity Reviews
Treasure Hunt at the Louvre
Treasure Hunt at the Louvre
Paris

We all enjoyed this activity very much and Celine was a delight, however, we did not do a treasure hunt.

Arc de Triomphe - Skip the line ticket
Arc de Triomphe - Skip the line ticket
Paris

Wonderful view from the summit! Our first view the day we arrived...perfect!

Paris Dinner Cruise
Paris Dinner Cruise
Paris

Such a fun way to see some of the city from the River Siene. Food was ok, but the Eiffel Tower was worth seeing from the boat.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés Pastry and Chocolate Tour
Saint-Germain-des-Prés Pastry and Chocolate Tour
Paris

David was very helpful and the tastings were over the top. However, it should be advised to eat before...it was a lot of sugar for an empty stomach.

Cheesemaking workshop and cheeses and wine tasting (small group/2hours)
Cheesemaking workshop and cheeses and wine tasting (small group/2hours)
Paris

This was a very interesting and scientific experience making butter, cheese and then sampling! We enjoyed this a lot.

French Fashion, Fragrance and Fun in the Marais
French Fashion, Fragrance and Fun in the Marais
Paris

This was not what we expected for this tour. We assumed we would see some fashion, maybe a small fashion show, however it was more of an overview of the fashion through history. Very interesting, but not as much fun as informative.

Palace of Versailles Half-Day Trip including transportation from Paris, Skip-the-Line Access and Audio-Guide
Palace of Versailles Half-Day Trip including transportation from Paris, Skip-the-Line Access and Audio-Guide
Paris

Cool tour, but limited information on the self guided tour. I have been before and there is so much more information that was not disseminated on the app we were given. Still a very good tour and Versailles is always beautiful despite the rainy cold weather.

Skip the line Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets
Skip the line Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets
Paris

The summit of the tower was amazing! We climbed some of the stairs but opted for the elevator to the top! Amazing views! Worth the tour for sure!

Mont Saint-Michel Tour and Abbey visit with Cider Tasting
Mont Saint-Michel Tour and Abbey visit with Cider Tasting
Paris

This tour was great and Matthew was a very informative guide. Long day but totally worth it!

Private visit of Notre-Dame and Sainte-Chapelle
Private visit of Notre-Dame and Sainte-Chapelle
Paris

Unfortunately, Notre Dame was not ready to tour, still surrounded by scaffolding, but Saint Chapelle was beautiful. Roberto was very knowledgeable and informative.

Local specialist: Amandine Dumas
Amandine
Amandine Dumas
Local specialist in Villefranche sur Saône | Replied on Jan 29, 2024

Bonjour Tracy ! Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts about all the tours you did during your wintertime in Paris.
Your feedback is very important for us, I have noted all your comments to improve the quality of our services.
Thanks again to the 4 of you for your trust in Kim Kim and our team, it was a pleasure to work together :)
I wish you all the best in your future travels! Take care,
Amandine

From St Malo to a full experinece
France | Dec 13 - Dec 20, 2023

Paul
Paul M.
Austin, TX | Reviewed on Dec 21, 2023
This was our first experience using KimKim.com for travel arrangements. The process was extremely simple with great communication with Mathilde. We gave Mathilde dates and the key destination of St Malo we wished to visit, and she created a fabulous trip allowing us to experience Western France and Paris.
Starting in Tours on our way to St Malo she booked a fabulous dinner at Casse-Caillox and an unexpected gem with a visit to Chateau de Chenonceau.
The hotel booking in St Malo allowed us...
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This was our first experience using KimKim.com for travel arrangements. The process was extremely simple with great communication with Mathilde. We gave Mathilde dates and the key destination of St Malo we wished to visit, and she created a fabulous trip allowing us to experience Western France and Paris.
Starting in Tours on our way to St Malo she booked a fabulous dinner at Casse-Caillox and an unexpected gem with a visit to Chateau de Chenonceau.
The hotel booking in St Malo allowed us to be close but not in the tight quarters of the walled city. It was also adjacent to the wall allowing for views as the tide receded and the expansive beach was revealed.
The train ride to Paris put us in the center of town, making it simple to get to the hotel that was, once again, in a great location for the excursions she planned for us to the Eiffel tower and Versailles.
We are already looking forward to our next trip to Europe with Mathilde's help.

Hotel Reviews
Hôtel Monterosa - Astotel
Paris

Wonderful staff and amenities but the rooms thermostat did not seem to control any temperature or fan speed.

Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Escale Oceania Saint-Malo
Saint-Malo
Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Best Western Plus l'Artist Hotel
Tours
Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Activity Reviews
Skip the line Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets
Skip the line Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets
Paris

Must see attraction that was made easy with the advance tickets. Foggy evening was the only detraction from the visit.

A Half Day Trip From Paris to Versailles Palace & Gardens
A Half Day Trip From Paris to Versailles Palace & Gardens
Paris

Skipping the line was well worth it.

Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
Chateau de Chenonceau Loire Valley Castle - Entrance Tickets
Chateau de Chenonceau Loire Valley Castle - Entrance Tickets
France

Hidden gem outside of Tours with amazing history.

Quality of Experience
Private guide Literary Walking Tour
Private guide Literary Walking Tour
Paris

Roberto was an amazing guide with immense knowledge of the literary history of the area.

Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Local specialist: Mathilde Dubuisson
Mathilde
Mathilde Dubuisson
Local specialist in Villefranche-sur-Saône | Replied on Dec 28, 2023

Bonjour Paul and Carol,
Thank you so much for this fantastic review about your dream trip to Saint Malo, it was a real pleasure to welcome you here and I look forward to hearing from you about your next trip here!
I wish you all the best and a wonderful Holiday season!
Mathilde

Magical Christmas in Germany
Germany | Dec 2 - Dec 9, 2023

Megan
Megan A.
New Bern, NC | Reviewed on Dec 11, 2023
Our family had a fantastic time visiting the magical Christmas markets in Germany, and enjoying all that this beautiful country has to offer at this festive time of year! Read more

Our family had a fantastic time visiting the magical Christmas markets in Germany, and enjoying all that this beautiful country has to offer at this festive time of year!

Hotel Reviews
NH Collection Berlin Mitte Friedrichstrasse
Berlin
Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Flemings Hotel München City
Munich
Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Leonardo Royal Hotel
Nuremberg
Authenticity & Character
Location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Activity Reviews
Berlin Introduction (Group Tour/Possible in Private/3hours)
Berlin Introduction (Group Tour/Possible in Private/3hours)
Berlin
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Day Trip to Berlin, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam
Day Trip to Berlin, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam
Berlin
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Premium Tour
Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Premium Tour
Munich
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
Salzburg and Salt Mines Private Tour
Salzburg and Salt Mines Private Tour
Munich
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
Munich Private Guided Walking Tour (Private/2Hours)
Munich Private Guided Walking Tour (Private/2Hours)
Munich
Nuremberg Private Guided Walking Tour (Private/2Hours)
Nuremberg Private Guided Walking Tour (Private/2Hours)
Nuremberg
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Private Guided Day Trip to Dresden from Berlin
Private Guided Day Trip to Dresden from Berlin
Berlin
Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
Local specialist: Kevin Perry

Amandine was professional and helpful
France | Sep 30 - Oct 3, 2023

C
Chris P.
Australia | Reviewed on Nov 01, 2023
Amandine did a great job booking our trains and accommodation Read more

Amandine did a great job booking our trains and accommodation

Hotel Review
Hotel de l'Amphithéâtre
Nîmes

A small but unique hotel. Very close to the amphitheatre and water gardens and train station

Authenticity & Character
Small with lots of character
Location
Perfect location
Staff
Cleanliness & Comfort
Bathroom was quite dated but all fine with us as we appreciated the age of the building. Others may not be so understanding
Activity Review
Panoramic Dômes
Panoramic Dômes
Clermont Ferrand

Train trip from Nimes to Clermot Ferrand was unique 106 tunnels through beautiful landscapes. Well worth the trip back to the south of France. The Domes were better than expected and the history was amazing

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Transport
Local specialist: Amandine Dumas
Amandine
Amandine Dumas
Local specialist in Villefranche sur Saône | Replied on Nov 07, 2023

Bonjour Chris, Alan,

Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to share your feedback with us, this helps us to improve our services!
I am glad you enjoyed your experience and you kept nice memories from this great adventure :)

Thanks again for your trust in Kim Kim and in our team,
Take care, Amandine

Mathilde was excellent in responding promptly...
France | Sep 22 - Sep 29, 2023

Andrew
Andrew G.
Canada | Reviewed on Oct 31, 2023
Mathilde was excellent in responding promptly and revising the trip as we expressed our wishes in terms of the locations we wanted to visit and budget as well. When Mathilde was away, Kevin stepped in and was very helpful as well. In one situation when we needed help, Valentine also stepped in and offered to switch our hotel but we did not need to move, although the offer was very nice.
We had a fantastic time, sometimes challenging but very satisfying overall. For further commentary see a...
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Mathilde was excellent in responding promptly and revising the trip as we expressed our wishes in terms of the locations we wanted to visit and budget as well. When Mathilde was away, Kevin stepped in and was very helpful as well. In one situation when we needed help, Valentine also stepped in and offered to switch our hotel but we did not need to move, although the offer was very nice.
We had a fantastic time, sometimes challenging but very satisfying overall. For further commentary see a couple of my blogs below, and you can see all my blogs on the time we spent in France at andrasthehun.blog on wordpress or click on and-r-as-the-hun.ca. I copied two of the blogs below describing our unique experiences in Aix-en-Provence.

Finding Our hotel in Aix-en-Provence, France (blog published at andrasthehun.blog)

The travel agent reserved a place for us in Aix-en-Provence and the GPS in the Peugeot 208 indicated a map showing how to get there. The rush-hour traffic engulfed Kathy driving the car and I assisted navigating the road. Crowds of people walking across the street made driving more challenging. And the roundabouts, of which there were more than traffic lights, complicated driving by sprouting many exits and lanes that we had to assess in trying to find the right exit.
Some exits were just lanes. Once the GPS directed us to take the next right, which was a lane that took us into an underground parking that we toured searching for the exit. On exiting, the inserted ticket triggered the gate to open, and we sped out.
The car rental agent switched the GPS to English from French and a serious-sounding, deep-voiced female directed us to our destination with a UK accent. We learned some new expressions such as “bear right” which means to turn right.
The rush of traffic, the crisscrossing pedestrians, and listening to the deep UK-accented voice combined to make us highly nervous driving in a town new to us, and we wanted to get to our place fast. But that was not to be.
With the hotel address typed into the GPS, the GPS directed us to turn left into a lane right after going around the Rotunda, a central square in Aix. In the fast-moving traffic, we did not notice the small lane quickly enough and missed our turn in the rush-hour traffic. We were frustrated and used some words not appropriate in a blog. After recalculating, the GPS moved us around a few kilometers to come back to the Rotunda again. By that time with our nerves frazzled, we missed the turn lane yet again, being pushed by the cars behind us on our tail.
The third time around Kathy slowed down ignoring the honking behind us and we entered the single lane promising to lead us to our hotel. The next left turn ordered by the GPS left us facing a few bollards not allowing us into the single lane. Stumped, we stopped trying to analyze the situation before the honking became overbearing and people yelling at us to get a move on. We had no choice. We moved on while Kathy, in her utter frustration showed a finger to the woman driver behind us shouting at us.
At this point, having driven around for over an hour and a half, I said, hell with the hotel reservation, let’s take another hotel anywhere in Aix. Then we realized that we needed gas to continue our search. I clicked on Waze on my cellphone and looked for the nearest gas station. Still, in rush-hour traffic, we missed a few gas stations because we could not get to the right lane from the middle lanes fast enough. We filled up at the gas station that we finally reached, where a friendly soul directed us to a suburban hotel twenty minutes away. We were happy though with a full tank of gas and redirected the GPS to find the hotel.
Khalid, the hotel receptionist, was sorry but said his hotel was full and he came with me to two adjacent hotels to speak French to the other receptionists, which he said would help us, poor Canadians, find a place to sleep. Walking back and forth among the hotels afforded me time to discover that Khalid came from Tunisia and he became excited to hear that I loved Tajine.
The horrible option of sleeping in the car came to my mind, should we not find a hotel. But that idea also created a problem; where to find a place to park? Parking in Aix seemed nonexistent. When I shared this idea with Khaled, he would not hear of it, he said he would make sure to find a place for us.
But the nearby hotels were full as well. Khalid called another ten hotels to no avail. By this time, it was dark, and we were totally tired out and the impossible scenario of finding a quiet spot to park and sleep in the car has become a real option. Instead, Khalid suggested we leave the car at his hotel’s parking garage and take a taxi to our hotel, wherever it was. Since it was an offer to park free in the garage, and we were too tired to think, we accepted his offer. We took our overnight bags and waited for the taxi he called.
The taxi followed the route we had taken previously around the Rotunda, but instead of going off to the left where we had gone three times, the driver took the next right which was Cours Mirabeau where our hotel was. When confronted with bollards at the entrance – Cours Mirabeau is closed to traffic except for delivery vehicles and taxis – the driver inserted a card into a slot on a post next to him to make the bollards sink into the ground. And then we drove onto rue Mirabeau and found our hotel.
The next morning, after surveying where we were, we took a taxi to retrieve our car and returned to park it in the nearby parking garage. The instructions to our hotel would have been clearer if instructed to seek a garage, and not the hotel, which was inaccessible by car. But since the hotel has a street address, the GPS took us on a futile trip.
In retrospect, the travel agent should have told us to park first with an address for a garage and instructions on how to reach the hotel next. Instead, the address to the hotel was provided with the suggestion that we park in the nearest parking garage. But we were happy just to find the hotel located along a wide sidewalk full of outdoor cafes with crowds of people. Nobody paid attention to us entering the hotel.

Entering Our Apartment in Aix-en-Provence, France (blog published under andrasthehun.blog)

Talk about security! I thought we would get a key from a receptionist and go to our room in a hotel. Not so. We were registered at Les Suites Du Cours in Aix-en-Provence, which we thought was a hotel – but discovered later that in Aix, at least, a hotel is a type of townhouse in the center of the old city, they used to be houses of the wealthy. Our hotel room turned out to be an apartment.
Let me start in the beginning when we received instructions on how to access our “self-registration” where we would be staying tonight. Although we had the street address, the instructions on how to enter our accommodation from the travel agent came the day Kathy drove from St. Remy to Aix-en-Provence, about an hour’s drive.
I was surprised; I expected a hotel with a lobby and a receptionist. Not so. We received an algorithm on how to enter this place via ten successive emails that mirrored a five-page manual on entering this place, the latter also sent via email!
Challenged by digital codes and fobs and keys in the instructions, I was apprehensive about our arrival; what if we could not follow the instructions and were left on the street with no receptionist? Although we had a phone number, what if they do not work at night or not at home? And would my French be good enough to communicate with them?
When we arrived at the address with two backpacks, after being lost for three hours, we faced a large, ornamental door, shown in a picture on the five-page instruction manual. The door at our address was in the middle of outdoor cafes, with people occupying all the tables, oblivious to the new arrivals.
So, we started by punching in the four-digit code to open the ten-foot-high historical, ornamental, heavy door; it clicked and we pushed it inwards. The door was very heavy with springs so strong that I had to lean into it to keep it open. Total darkness awaited us inside the twenty-foot-long vestibule, and I fumbled to find a light switch, indicated by three lighted dots on the wall ten feet away from us. We searched for the mailboxes, as instructed, opened the door, and looked up the next code to open the number 5 mailbox, our apartment number. We punched another four-digit code a few times with no success until I realized that the star after the four digits was part of the code and not the end of the instructions. Two sets of keys fell out of the mailbox for our next set of doors.
A fob was attached to both sets of keys and one of the fobs opened the next door, leading to the staircase and the elevator. This part of the building was also totally in darkness but by now we knew to look for the light switch. With only our backpacks, we decided to walk up the stairs instead of using the elevator even though the twenty-foot ceiling made the stairs long. The instructions were that only one person and a suitcase could be in the elevator at one time, and yet another key to use it. At any rate, our apartment was only on the second floor, we reasoned, and Kathy was worried she might get stuck in the ancient elevator.
Having reached the second floor, we tried to use the old-fashioned elaborately molded key to open the large, ten-foot-high ornamental door. We were tired and the key was obstreperous, it would not work. I was unsure whether I put it in the right manner and twisted it around in all directions. Finally, I banged on the door in frustration, expecting someone to be around to help us or tell us to get out of there but nothing happened.
Then the realization struck us that in France, the second floor is actually on the third level. The ground or first floor is the “rez-de-chaussee”. So, we hauled our baggage up to the next floor in the dark again since the lights worked for a short time only and we had to find the next switch on the next level. This time the old key worked. Finally, we arrived in our “hallway”, but it was pitch black again, and fumbled in the dark to find a switch.
In this hallway, several double doors faced us which, I thought would lead us to the kitchen, bedroom, etc. I heard voices behind one of the doors so I went there and burst in to let the intruders know that we reserved this unit. American voices greeted us in a friendly tone, and they said that they had reserved this unit for five days and our apartment must be behind another door opening from the “hallway”.
Three apartment units opened from this hallway and we, apparently, reserved one of these but we did not see numbers to indicate which one. Each unit had a set of double doors in front of the locked door units themselves – the unit number itself was a small number on the inner door, not visible from the hallway. The ornamental double doors, we speculated, were probably the original doors to be kept for historical purposes, and the inner doors, where our keys worked, were modern, lockable ones.
I was embarrassed for bursting in on the American visitors, apologized, and went to another door in the hallway where one of the keys on the second set of keys worked. Finally, we arrived at our apartment. The “hallway” served three apartments; I mistook the word hallway for our apartment’s lobby.
Once we settled into our bright place, we engaged in a friendly discussion with the neighbors and imbibed a glass of wine to calm our frazzled nerves, I reflected on the amount of security installed here. We needed two digital codes, a fob, and two keys to enter our apartment! Was this necessary? Is this overkill? Is the crime rate in France high? I did not know. But I thought the five barriers to mount to enter an apartment were beyond the pale. But perhaps when you get used to this system, it becomes simple. At any rate, we felt secure to leave our passports in the room when venturing outside.
Now you might think this entrance to occupy your hotel/apartment was frustrating, irritating and unnecessary. It was. But at the same time, to me, it was a puzzle to solve. It was fun. I used to do sudoku and now I do wordle. The satisfaction of solving puzzles was similar to solving this real-life puzzle to get into our accommodation.

Local specialist: Mathilde Dubuisson
Mathilde
Mathilde Dubuisson
Local specialist in Villefranche-sur-Saône | Replied on Nov 09, 2023

Bonjour Andrew, thank you for your review about your experience in Provence, this is very helpful for us!
I am sorry you experienced some issue to find your hotel in Aix-en-Provence. After checking, it seems like my colleague sent you a message with the information about where to park near your hotel with several options. In the future, I'll make sure this info appears in the travel book and not in the messages for better communication.
I wish you all the best in your future travels,
Mathilde

OUR TRIP TO FRANCE WAS THE BEST TRIP EVER!!!
France | Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2023

Mary
Mary V.
Ahwatukee Foothills, AZ | Reviewed on Oct 23, 2023
In our fifty years of marriage, we have traveled to many places. However this trip to France planned through Kimkim and the AMAZING AMANDINE was the best one ever!!! She gathered our input and created a dream itinerary to enable us to explore that beautiful country to get an excellent overview for the next time we visit!. Each tour was interesting and different and every tour guide was knowledgeable in whatever area or activity we were exploring. Favorites were Chef Fred and our French... Read more

In our fifty years of marriage, we have traveled to many places. However this trip to France planned through Kimkim and the AMAZING AMANDINE was the best one ever!!! She gathered our input and created a dream itinerary to enable us to explore that beautiful country to get an excellent overview for the next time we visit!. Each tour was interesting and different and every tour guide was knowledgeable in whatever area or activity we were exploring. Favorites were Chef Fred and our French cooking class in Paris including a visit to the market for our ingredients. Axelle took us on the best food tasting and walking tour in Lyon providing some of our favorite memories! And the Seine dinner cruise was a beautiful (and delicious!) way to spend our last night in France. Amandine arranged all transportation as well from airports to hotels to train stations etc. and each driver was friendly and courteous. She was immediately available when we couldn't find one driver right away and in no time we were in touch with him thanks to her. She listened to our input regarding the type of hotels we especially like and found the perfect ones that offered a variety of styles, great locations and excellent accommodations. Deepest thanks and gratitude to Amandine for the best 50th Anniversary trip we will forever cherish! She is truly a gem and it was a special treat to get to meet her and thank her in person!

Activity Reviews
Paris Dinner Cruise
Paris Dinner Cruise
Paris

Great service and the food was delicious with a variety of items to choose. Otherwise was the perfect way to either or begin a trip to Paris. The sights along the Seine were beautiful!

Quality of Experience
Food
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Transport
French Cooking Class with Market Visit
French Cooking Class with Market Visit
Paris

Chef Fred was kind and friendly and it was great fun to chat while walking to the subway to ride to the market and then shopping for the ingredients once we decided on our chosen meal. Getting to cook in his Parisienne kitchen and learn delicious recipes was a fun experience and one of our favorite activities in Paris! Plus he promptly emailed them for us to try at home.

Quality of Experience
Learning to cook and then eat some delicious French food was a great experience.
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Chef Fred was exceptional and we would highly recommend this fun activity!
Transport
We walked and then rode the subway.
Food Tour Lyon Old Town
Food Tour Lyon Old Town
Lyon

We loved meeting Axelle! She was so knowledgeable, friendly and fun. It was a treat trying the variety of offerings at each stop and learning so much history along the way. This was one of our most favorite memories of our trip!

Quality of Experience
Guides, Drivers and Staff
Axelle was a wonderful tour guide! The stop at Shop de la Rue and samplings of the wine, meats, cheeses and bread in their underground stone area was a great experience! The shop owner's son and partner was funny and adorable!!!
Transport
Axelle met us in our hotel lobby and we walked through the streets of Lyon together.
Local specialist: Amandine Dumas
Amandine
Amandine Dumas
Local specialist in Villefranche sur Saône | Replied on Oct 26, 2023

Mary, George,
It was lovely meeting you! I don't have the words to say how touching your words are. This trip has been a real pleasure to co-organize together throughout this year! I hope you'll have wonderful memories of it, and that we'll meet again soon in France or the United States ;)
See you soon, Amandine ^^

Kevin pulled together a perfect itinerary for...
Germany | Oct 15 - Oct 21, 2023

Shannon
Shannon H.
Canada | Reviewed on Oct 23, 2023
Kevin pulled together a perfect itinerary for our trip to Germany. He took time to get to know us and our travel preferences. We only had one week and he was able to put together a schedule that really appealed to us. The tours he arranged were with excellent guides who were passionate and knowledgeable. I want to give a special shout out to Ekkehard Werner who was our guide in Heidelburg. He spent more time with us than was scheduled, and gave some tips for the upcoming towns we were going... Read more

Kevin pulled together a perfect itinerary for our trip to Germany. He took time to get to know us and our travel preferences. We only had one week and he was able to put together a schedule that really appealed to us. The tours he arranged were with excellent guides who were passionate and knowledgeable. I want to give a special shout out to Ekkehard Werner who was our guide in Heidelburg. He spent more time with us than was scheduled, and gave some tips for the upcoming towns we were going to visit.

I am so glad I found this agency. I will not hesitate to reach out to them again when I am ready to plan my next European adventure!

Local specialist: Kevin Perry
Kevin
Kevin Perry
Local specialist in Villefranche sur Saône | Replied on Oct 23, 2023

Herzlichen Dank Shannon! Thank you very much Shannon for this great review. I am really happy that you had the best time in Germany. It was a real pleasure creating this trip with you.

See you soon in Europe!
Servus! Tschüss! Bye bye
Kevin

MATHILDE WAS AWESOME, EVERYTHING WAS PERFECT AND COULD NOT HAVE BEEN BETTER!!!!
France | Sep 16 - Oct 6, 2023

B
Bryan T.
Canada | Reviewed on Oct 15, 2023
Contacting KimKim and especially Mathilde was the best decision my wife and myself made for our 3 week trip to France. We had never used a travel specialist to organize an entire vacation in the past but now realize it will be the only way we will travel in the future. Mathilde was assigned to our initial request and she was extremely fast at getting back to us with a suggested itinerary. We told her that we wanted to start in Paris for 3-4 days and then end up in southern France for the... Read more

Contacting KimKim and especially Mathilde was the best decision my wife and myself made for our 3 week trip to France. We had never used a travel specialist to organize an entire vacation in the past but now realize it will be the only way we will travel in the future. Mathilde was assigned to our initial request and she was extremely fast at getting back to us with a suggested itinerary. We told her that we wanted to start in Paris for 3-4 days and then end up in southern France for the last week of our holiday. We are quite active and wanted to see as much as possible during our stay and asked her for some information walking tours, wine and e bike tours as well as many other things. Our stays during the 3 weeks were in Paris, Normandy, Mont St. Michel, Loire Valley, Bordeaux, Aix en Provence and Nice. WIth regards to transportation, she handled the private transfers to and from the airport in Paris and everything in between which was a combination of train and car rental. All of the hotels that she booked were fabulous!!! Where Mathilde really excelled was all of the tours that she organized and arranged on our behalf. From the full day small group tours in travel vans or e bikes to the 1/2 day private historical tours. She booked 2 private boat tours, one in Paris and the other on the Mediterranean in Nice. Some of the tours we drove to ourselves in the beautiful French countryside which was great as well!!! All of the guides were very friendly, knowledgable and a lot of fun. Additionally, they spoke very good English. As we reflect on our holiday, we both feel it could not have been any better than what Mathilde put together for us. We will always treasure our very special trip to France because of you!!! Merci, merci, merci.

Local specialist: Mathilde Dubuisson
Mathilde
Mathilde Dubuisson
Local specialist in Villefranche-sur-Saône | Replied on Oct 17, 2023

Bonjour Bryan and Jill! Thank you so much for your amazing review, I'm so happy to read you enjoyed your trip :) It was a pleasure organizing your holiday and making it memorable!
I wish you all the best in your future travels!
Mathilde

Unforgettable Experiences in Alpine France and Switzerland
France | Sep 26 - Oct 5, 2023

Emily
Emily C.
Brookfield, IL | Reviewed on Oct 09, 2023
We truly enjoyed our trip to Geneva, Switzerland and Chamonix, Annecy, and Lyon, France. Mathilde, our local specialist did a fine job planning just the right mix of activities with down time to relax. The hotels she chose for us were conveniently located to the attractions we wanted to visit, and all featured comfortable rooms, and wonderful breakfasts. The Edelweiss Hotel in Geneva was filled with local color, including rustic Swiss mountain lodge decor and a musician in its restaurant who... Read more

We truly enjoyed our trip to Geneva, Switzerland and Chamonix, Annecy, and Lyon, France. Mathilde, our local specialist did a fine job planning just the right mix of activities with down time to relax. The hotels she chose for us were conveniently located to the attractions we wanted to visit, and all featured comfortable rooms, and wonderful breakfasts. The Edelweiss Hotel in Geneva was filled with local color, including rustic Swiss mountain lodge decor and a musician in its restaurant who sang, yodeled, played the accordion and the long mountain horn of the region. What fun! A friendly driver picked us up at the hotel and drove us to our next destination, Chamonix.
We loved Chamonix! It's a very picturesque town, where we were guided by the excellent Aude, who helped us to understand the rich heritage of the town. We were in awe of the jaw-dropping vistas seen from l'Aiguille du Midi. Guide Armony accompanied us up the mountain on the cable car, and showed us the various levels and viewing points along the way. Without her guidance, we wouldn't have experienced half of the sights from the mountain. She was wonderful! In Chamonix, a driver picked us up and took us to Annecy, about an hour away. Going by car was super convenient.
In Annecy, we were reunited with Aude, who had shown us around Chamonix. Again, she was friendly and informative. It was Sunday, a beautiful day, and the streets of the town were packed! Aude knew how to negotiate the narrow streets and get us samples of local foods so that we could experience the tastes as well as the ambiance of this very charming town. In our free time, we took boat tours of both Lake Geneva and Lake Annecy, both incredibly picturesque. We were blessed the whole time with sunny skies and mild temperatures.
We left Annecy and took the train to Lyon. From the station, we took a taxi to the meeting point where we joined a group to take the Beaujolais Golden Stones tour. There were 2 vans, each with 8 tourists and a guide. We rode for about 40 minutes through beautiful hills and picturesque towns, then stopped at a lovely overlook where our guides Clémence and Agathe told the story of the area's heritage in wine production, and poured samples of white, rosé and red wines of the region. The served delicious croissants and pastries to accompany the wine. We then proceeded to a gorgeous village called Oingt that dated from the Middle Ages, and on to Domaine de fond-Vieille, vineyards and winery. The proprietor, Dominique showed us his vines and explained how the wine is produced. We then sampled his wines, white, rosé and red along with delicious cheeses and charcuterie of the region. We had plenty of time in the vans to chat with our fellow tourists, and enjoyed getting to know people from the Netherlands, Japan, New Zealand, the UK, and Canada.
The next day we wandered Lyon, taking the funicular up to the high town, visiting the Basilica at the top, and the Roman ruins of Lugundum. A delicious déjeuner at the Rooftop restaurant of Christian Tetedoie overlooking Lyon way was the perfect way to end our visit.
Thank you to Mathilde for all your hard work, and to Amandine for helping when Mathilde was on vacation. The next time we travel to Europe, we will definitely use Kimkim to help plan our adventure!

Local specialist: Mathilde Dubuisson
Mathilde
Mathilde Dubuisson
Local specialist in Villefranche-sur-Saône | Replied on Oct 10, 2023

Hi Emily and Chris!
I'm so happy you enjoyed your stay in France and I'll make sure Amandine and the providers hear about your feedback too. I hope you made it back home safely with plenty of memories!!!
I wish you all the best in your future travels!
Mathilde