Four Great Ways to Tour Provence from Paris
Provence tours from Paris – If you’ve heard about the magic of Provence – the hilltop villages, the rolling fields, the rose wine and Roman artifacts…. well it’s real and we’d love to help you plan a visit. We offer four great ways to visit the region. Three standard tours from Paris and a custom option tailor made for you and your traveling companions.
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One Night In Provence – from $440 per person. A two-day/one-night trip from Paris to Avignon to discover the highlights of southern France.
Three Days in Provence – from $675 per person. A three-day/two-night trip from Paris to visit Provence. Savor the highlights of this wonderful region. Visit Avignon, the “Pope’s Palace”, Chateauneuf du Pape, the Pont du Gard and much more…
Ultimate Provence (five days/four nights – $1,850 per person. A five-day/four-night trip from Paris to Avignon to experience the South of France. Visit Avignon, the “Pope’s Palace”, Chateauneuf du Pape, Aix en Provence, St. Remy de Provence and much more…
Custom Provence Tours from Paris
The fourth way we help clients visit Provence is via a bespoke custom itinerary. Get in touch and we’ll help you plan your custom vacation to the South of France.
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Why Visit Provence?
The Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region is a lot like Southern California, if you added old Roman roads and darling rocky hilltop villages to the mix. Topanga Canyon is wonderful, but it isn’t Arles. Visit Provence with us!
France has a designation for its small towns of “charm and character”: Les Plus Beaux Villages de France or the most beautiful villages of France. The region has an awful lot of them. Among them are Gordes, Menherbes and most of towns in the Luberon region.
And how do you feel about food? You are in France so we assume “feed me well” is your mantra. The region will gladly load you up with truffles, pizza (yes, pizza), olives, goat cheese, rose wine and Rhone wine, olive oil, lamb sausage and pasta. There is more than a touch of Tuscany here. The bigger towns are Avignon (famous for being the seat of the Pope for 100 years), Aix (a slice of Paris) and Arles (the story of Van Gogh). You should see all three, and you can, over just a couple of days.
And don’t forget the lavender fields, in their prime throughout July and August. Suffice to say if you think anyone has exaggerated about how great their visit to Provence was, they weren’t. It’s that special. Life slows down here, and let’s face it almost all of us could benefit from it.
Provence is our favorite part of France. Provence tours are a perfect add-on to a Paris vacation. Reach out so we can help you plan the perfect Provence trip.