Seventeen days of stellar sights await you with this excursion through Eastern France. Gaze at the artworks of the Louvre, vineyards of Epernay and Alsace, and charming village pathways. Make your way to the lakeside and mountain views surrounding Annecy before you head off on a quick getaway to the beaches of the Riviera.
France 17-Day Tours & Itineraries
With 17 days to spend in France, you can take your time exploring Paris and still see plenty of the country’s highlights, whether you’re interested in cycling around Provence or sunbathing on the beaches of the French Riviera. A classic road trip around western France, with highlights including Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, and the historic beaches of Normandy, is a great choice.
Honeymooners and wine enthusiasts will enjoy a romantic trip that takes in the glittering halls of Versailles, the vineyards of Beaujolais, and the glamorous waterfront of Cannes. If you’re traveling with the whole family, consider a colorful itinerary featuring a treasure hunt at the Louvre and a chance to learn an ancient sport in Basque Country, among other hands-on activities.
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If you think it's hard to drag your 17-year-old along on family vacations, try deciding between chocolate and plain croissants in Paris. Thankfully, that's the hardest choice you'll make on this 17-day itinerary of Paris and western France, including Normandy, Brittany, and the Bordeaux region. End your trip in Basque Country, where they have entire museums dedicated to cakes.
Take seventeen days to drive through Eastern France on this packed road trip itinerary. You'll see the big city lights in Paris, tour 12th-century monasteries, go wine tasting in Burgundy, and more as you wind your way through the countryside. Other highlights include a private tour of Monaco, a sunset sail on Lake Annecy, and a historic tour of Lyon.
Spain and France Road Trip: Barcelona, Carcassonne, Verdon Gorge, Aix-en-Provence, Lyon, & More - 17 Days
Barcelona, the Mediterranean Coast, and the South of France—what could be sweeter? From art nouveau, Roman ruins, and tapas in Catalan, to fortified medieval ruins in Carcassone and Cathar Castles in the countryside, there's no shortage of things to see and eat. The remainder of the trip brings more of the same: hiking in Europe's highest gorge and a culinary tour of Lyon.
From the streetside cafes of Paris to the fresh seafood markets of Normandy, this seventeen-day road trip through western France has it all. Spend a few days in the capital viewing art and eating your weight in pastries, then head west along the coast to vacation like the French on the Normandy seaside. Wrap the trip up in the Loire Valley and Bordeaux, famous for their countryside castles, 18th-century farmer's markets, and the freshest oysters in France.
This seventeen-day honeymoon itinerary has something for every couple (or non-couples!) Stop by Aix en Provence for coffee and people watching on the plaza, experience the magic of Paris at night, and wonder at the splendor of the Versailles estate. Explore the storybook towns of the Loire Valley and go wine tasting in the Beaujolais wine region before spending time in Cannes and Monaco.
Everyone's heard of Provence, but few have cycled its quiet countryside roads and explored its many medieval village. You'll get the chance to do just that—effortlessly, on an e-bike. In this 17-day itinerary, which leads from Grignan to Aix-en-Provence in the south, you'll ride pleasant, off-the-beaten-path roads through two nature parks and experience the Provence way of life as you visit the landscapes that inspired the famous French painter Cezanne.