If you enjoy wine, then the twenty-five-mile Côte-d’Or is right up your alley. Overlooking Cote-d’Or is the town of Beaune where some of France’s first-class restaurants can be found. Also, sip some of Burgundy’s best at Domaine Dujac, one of France’s premier wine producers.
Explore the villages, countrysides, and cities of Provence. On the itinerary are driving tours of the Alpilles and Luberon regions, visits to the delightful cities of Aries, Avignon, and Aix-en-Provence, and a dip in the Mediterranean at the seaside village of Cassis.Watch Now >>
Rudy samples the best Bordeaux wine, and then cruises the lovely Dordogne and Lot Rivers, with stops at chateaux, ancient windmills, and perched villages. He also attends cooking classes, and embarks on an underground adventure to view prehistoric cave paintings.Watch Now >>
From the high-speed T.G.V. (Train a Grande Vitesse, or, high speed train) that travels between France’s cities, to the steam locomotives that traverse her countrysides, France offers travelers a wide variety of railroad journeys. Whisk across expansive bridges past quaint rural stations on the line from Valence to Grenoble. A steam locomotive will then leisurelyWatch Now >>