France, in Western Europe, encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses, classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. The country is also renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Lascaux’s ancient cave drawings, Lyon’s Roman theatre and the vast Palace of Versailles attest to its rich history.
Day 01: Paris
On arrival to Paris. Check in. we take you on a guided panoramic city tour of Paris. See the Obelisk at Place de la Concorde, the largest and the loveliest of the Parisian squares and the majestic Arc de Triomphe. Also see the Champs Elysees, arguably the most well-known avenue in the world, the magnificent Opera, the striking Town Hall, the National Assembly, the famous Notre Dame Cathedral, Invalides and the famous Ritz Hotel at Vendome Square. Later, we take you to Level 3 of Eiffel Tower from where a bird's eye view will leave you breathless. We also take you to visit the famous Fragonard Perfume Museum. Seize the opportunity to buy wide range of original and classic Fragonard perfumes. The evening is free to relax. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: Paris
After Breakfast. we go on for fun and adventure to Euro Disney. Full day at Disneyland Paris is the top family-vacation destination in France. Allow a full day to see the highlights of the park, plus another day to absorb its secondary adventures. Our recommendation is to visit Main Street, U.S.A., Frontierland, and Adventureland on the first day, saving Fantasyland, Discovery land, the entertainment centre at Village Disney, and Sleeping Beauty Castle. In the evening we take you for a 'Grand Evening in Paris' – Where you experience Paris by night and see the world famous “Eiffel Tower “lit up
Day 03: Paris
After Breakfast we go to Louvre Museum, which is one of the world’s biggest museum. On the last memorable night, we have an exciting package that combines Cruise on the River Seine, Paradis Latin Show with Indian Dinner and an Illumination Tour of Paris. We begin with a Cruise, where you will see all the important monuments of Paris. Next, the finest and most dazzling combination of beauty, rhythm and gaiety at the Paradis Latin Show. Built in 1889 and partially designed by Gustave Eiffel, the Paradis Latin is perhaps the most Parisian of the great cabarets, both exciting and romantic. Experience the magic and charm of its elegant surroundings, striking ballets, shimmering costumes and talented dance troupes. Enjoy an Indian dinner and share a complimentary bottle of champagne. See the famous landmarks magically lit-up on your illuminations tour of Paris, the city of lights. Overnight at hotel.
Day 04: Nice, Capita of the French Riviera
Fly to Nice, the Riviera's largest city. After checking into a hotel, stroll through Vieille Ville, the old town, beginning at the foot of "the Rock." Enjoy a snack of socca, a round crepe made with chickpea flour that's sold steaming hot by the street vendors. Then head for the promenade des Anglais, the wide boulevard along the waterfront. Stop in at one of the grand cafes along the water for a light lunch. In the afternoon, head for the best of the hill towns above Nice, notably St-Paul-de-Vence, to the north. Here you can wander its ramparts in about 30 minutes before descending on the greatest modern-art museum in the Riviera, the Foundation Maeght.
Continue over to Vence for a visit to Chapelle du Rosaire, where the great Henri Matisse created his artistic masterpiece for some Dominican nuns. From there, it's just 24km (15 miles) southeast to Nice. Have dinner at a typical bistro, serving a traditional Niçoise cuisine with the inevitable Italian influences.
Day 05: Antibes
Keeping Niece as our base. We head to Antibes. It’s less than 15 miles from Nice, but it’s a whole different world. If you have kids, you will want to be sure to head out to Marine land. It was started years ago as a small park, and today it is compared to Sea World in the United States. You can see killer whales and dolphins here. It’s the only park in France with these two species, and it has many other fine exhibits.
Day 06: Nice -Avignon- Monaco
Check from the hotel & proceed to Avignon to see the Papal Palace and the bridge made famous in the song, 'sur le pont d'Avignon'. Traverse Provence, a picturesque area favoured by artists such as Van Gogh and Cézanne, to the Principality of Monaco. This small city state is both a constitutional monarchy and home to many rich and famous people! Explore the cathedral, where Prince Rainier and Princess Grace were married. Later, enjoy a Regional Meal in Monaco before arriving at your hotel.
Day 07: Montecarlo
Check into hotel .Today we visit the glittering destinations around the globe, perhaps nowhere conjures up the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous as much as Monte Carlo in the principality of Monaco on the French Riviera. The very name has become synonymous with jetsetters who fly their private planes or moor their yachts here, mainly to try their hand at its legendary casino. The ornate casino, Europe’s most famous, was the primary impetus in turning what had been the continent’s poorest country into the world’s richest.
Monte Carlo, in literal translation, “Charles’s Hill,” was named for Charles II of Spain who made it the centre piece of a revitalized Monaco in the 19th century. Today, Monte Carlo refers not to a city, but to the area surrounding the casino. As St. Peter’s Cathedral dominates Vatican City, the casino dominates Monte Carlo. Designed by Charles Garnier, who also designed the iconic Paris Opera House, the Monte Carlo Casino opened in 1878 to much fanfare. Queen Victoria of England may have referred to it as “a den of iniquity,” but her opinion was not shared by Europe’s other reigning monarchs and aristocrats, who made it a place of pilgrimage. Today’s visitors enter through the magnificent atrium lobby, which also provides access to the 520-seat Opera House.
Day 08: French Riviera
Check into Hotel, Today Spend today as you wish. The Côte d'Azur is a sparkling and pristine stretch of famous coastline. Cannes, France is a must-see and not far down the coast. Known for the Cannes Film Festival, this is a city of glitz. Stop by Cannes’ Marché Forville, which is a massive market with many products from herbs to produce to cheese and more. Stroll the port and check out the amazing yachts. Be sure to check out the Old Town with its abundance of great shops, restaurants and areas to just walk and people watch. You might like to lounge on the beach, shop in elegant boutiques or perhaps visit the hilltop town of St. Paul de Vence. This evening, dine in one of the many exclusive restaurants.
Day 09: French Riviera
After Breakfast transfer to Airport for flight back home.
2 nights Nice with Breakfast
1 night in Monaco with Breakfast
1 night in Monte Carlo with Breakfast
1 night in Cannes with Breakfast
Sightseeing as Per Itinerary
Excursion as Per Itinerary
Euro Disney with entrance tickets
Eiffel Tower at level 3 tickets
Paradis Latin Show with Dinner
Sciene River Cruise
Return Airport Transfers
3 nights in Paris with Breakfast
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