Captivating Day Trips From Paris

Our Top Five Day Trips From Paris

Look below for the complete list of our Day Trips From Paris. Note: Any tour can be made private. Contact us for pricing and details.


There are so many easy and fun day trips from Paris available.  From history, to wine, to religious visits, there are day trips from Paris for everyone.  Our two most popular day trip destinations from Paris are Normandy, to see the D-Day Landing beaches, and a visit to Mont St. Michel – but there are many other great choices including Burgundy, Bordeaux, Giverny, Champagne, the Loire Valley and more.  All are easy day trips from Paris via high speed rail.

These are the best day trips from Paris by train we think you’ll find.

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Day Trips and Tours from Paris

Day Trips from Paris FAQ’s

Many of our most popular destinations from Paris are about 2-3 hours via rail from Paris. You can visit Normandy, Champagne, the Loire Valley, and Mont St. Michel.

Burgundy and Bordeaux are a little further and Provence and Lyon are further still, but all doable as a day trip from Paris.

We recommend only visiting Belgium, Luxembourg or the U.K. in one day from Paris. Staying overnight is ideal, but if you want to say “I was there” those three countries are your best bet.

The U.K. is far, but the Eurostar makes fast work of the miles.

Both Belgium and Luxembourg are under three hours via rail from Paris.

This all comes down to personal taste. However, we recommend seeing the landing beaches of Normandy if there is any interest at all within your party.

For wine lovers we recommend a trip to either Champagne, Burgundy, or Bordeaux. These also can be very romantic day trips from Paris.

For history buffs, a trip to the Loire Valley, Normandy, or Mont St. Michel fit the bill perfectly!

Yes! We offer a Versailles trip from Paris with a private driver, skip-the-line tickets, and pick-up and drop-off at your hotel or apartment. The other option includes all of that AND a trip to Monet’s house at Giverny.

You can go virtually anywhere in France via rail. High speed trains serve all of the major hubs within France and local trains will take it from there. Some locations will require you to take a taxi or rent a car to get to your final destination, but the French rail system is robust, safe and easy to navigate.

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