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A fabulous location in the heart of Paris combined with the chic and serene French Riviera
Cycle out into the countryside for a Provencal style picnic
Perfect for a twin-centre honeymoon
The best time to visit Paris is, of course, during the famous Paris spring between April and June, when the days are sunny but not too hot. Summertime sees higher temperatures and good sunshine and the autumn is also a pleasant time to visit. Provence has a mild climate throughout the year, the hottest months being July and August, and the coolest being January and February. Rain mostly falls during the cooler winter months and there is an average of only 60 days' rain per year.
This charming twin-centre itinerary combines two highlights of France, making a fantastic combination honeymoon combining the city lights and culture of Paris to the rolling hills and glistening coastline of the South of France. Starting in Paris, the city of love, soak up the Parisian charm in pure luxury before heading into the beautiful South where you can enjoy wine tasting in Provence and relax by the beautiful Côte d'Azur.
Paris is bursting with culture and is best discovered with a private guide, which we have included for you, for a true insider's look at the city's iconic sights or a more in-depth exploration of its galleries and museums. Combine this wealth of history with a romantic stroll along the Seine before watching the sunset from an exclusive rooftop terrace over a glass of champagne and you have the perfect Parisian experience. We can even suggest that special restaurant to mark the start of your honeymoon or organise tickets to a show, your itinerary will be entirely hand crafted.
From Paris you can choose to fly, take the high-speed train or drive through the countryside to the stunning and serene region of Provence where you’ll pass by century-old olive trees and enjoy views across the French Riviera.
The South of France is a haven of contrasting landscapes from Provencal pretty medieval villages with charming cobbled streets to the glamour of the Cote de Azur where the rich and famous come to berth their yachts and stroll along the designer shops lining the promenade.
From here there are endless activities and day trip to immerse yourself in such as exploring Antibes with its colourful market and Picasso museum or take a historical walk through intriguing Saint-Paul de Vence. Why not embrace the leisurely pace here by taking a bike ride, or spend a leisurely afternoon exploring local vineyards along the way? Of course, you may decide to simply head to the coast and enjoy the endless sea views whilst sampling the delicious local cuisine, here the choice is yours to set the pace.
Champagne is home to the most famous sparkling wines in the world, from small family-run estates to acres of vineyards owned by the most prestigious Champagne houses. Taste your way around the region with our expert guide.
Explore the City of Lights in this extensive tour, and discover some of Paris' highlights. From the city's most famous landmarks to its hidden, winding streets, this tour will paint a picture of Paris life, both past and present.
Arles is a fascinating city filled with monuments and Roman treasures, it was also the inspiration for over 300 pieces of work by Van Gough, who lived here from 1888 to 1889. With your guide take a visit to see the stunning Amphitheatre and Aqueduct.
Marseille is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and the largest port for commerce, freight and cruise ships. Highlights include the Palais du Pharo is a palace built by Napoleon III and the Palais des Congrès et des Expositions.
Set out on an enchanting adventure into the forest and experience truffle hunting alongside an expert 'Trufficulteur', before enjoying a rustic lunch and truffle cooking demonstration with the resident chef.
There is nothing like the sights and smells of a local market to give you a true sense of the gastronomic delights of the region. The local French Provençal markets of Vence, St Paul du Vence and the Cote d'Azur provide the ideal opportunity.
On your walking tour of the beautiful city you'll see highlights such as the Palais des Papes (Popes Palace), the Pont d’Avignon (bridge), the Museum of the Petit Palais and the Avignon Cathedral, Notre-Dame des Doms as well as the medieval ramparts.
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Côte d’Azur, South of France, France
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