France Tour For Couple
- 4 Nights in Nice
- 2 Nights in Aix en Provence
- 2 Nights in Avignon
- 2 Nights in Arles
- 2 Nights in Marseille
- 02 Days Nice Le Grand Hop On Hop Off Tour
- Full Day Tour to Monaco, Monte-Carlo and Eze
- Roman Sites And Historical Places from Avignon
- 02 Days Marseille Grand Hop On Hop Off Tour
- Nice to Aix en Provence (Train)
- Aix en Provence to Avignon (Train)
- Avignon to Arles (Train)
- Arles to Marseille (Train)
- Airfares and ticket taxes
- Visa Charges
- Meals not specified in the inclusions
- Transfers (unless mentioned)
- Surcharges applicable (especially during Christmas, New Year etc)
- Travel and Medical Insurance
- Tips and Porterage
- Expenses of personal nature
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
France Tour For Couple Day 01: Arrive Nice
France Tour For Couple Welcome to France and to the capital of the French Riviera – Nice. Upon entry advance toward the inn, check in and unwind. Whatever is left of the day is free for you to stroll around the city and take in the enthusiasm the city brings to the table. Later find the city in a surprising and tranquil route on board an electric tricycle. Attempt another and unique approach to investigate the city with electric tricycles, with your own particular driver. Medium-term in Nice.
Day 02: Nice
Following breakfast toward the beginning of today, we prescribe you advance toward the Promenade des Anglais to board the Little Tourist prepare that keeps running for 45 mins taking you through the bloom showcase, old town and the Castle Hill Park.
Parc Du Chateau (Castle Park) which is situated on a rough outcrop overshadowing Vieux Nice and this stop offers a true to life display of Nice and the Baie des Anges on one side, and the port on the other. The twelfth century château was flattened by Louis XIV in 1706; just the sixteenth century Tour Bellanda remains. It is an astonishing spot for picnics.
Later invest energy strolling around the Promenade and through the thin bylanes running into the insides with its cobble stoned pathways and the curious and regular eateries and brasseries. Or on the other hand you could find the beguiling city of Nice and make the most of its fabulous and remarkable perspectives from open best deck transports and you can bounce on and jump off the transports at your own pace. Medium-term in Nice.
Day 03: Nice
Post breakfast leave on an energizing entire day outing to Monaco, Monte Carlo and Eze. The visit leaves for the medieval town of Eze, roosted high on a precipice over the Mediterranean Sea. While there you will have the opportunity to visit a conventional scent making processing plant of Fragonard. After a meander around the town where each road is loaded with appeal and history, the visit takes you to Monaco, for a visit to the Cathedral where Princess Grace is covered, the Palace and for a drive along the Formula One race circuit. Obviously any Monaco visit would not be finished without a walk around Monte-Carlo with its Casino, great inns and delightful patio nurseries. You come back to Nice by night. Medium-term at Nice.
Day 04: Nice
Wake up to a lethargic breakfast and you can pick to appreciate the visit to Cannes, St Paul de Vence and along the shorelines of the French Riviera. Appreciate the magnificence with strolling along the Croisette in extravagant Cannes and welcome the ordinary Provencal environment of the medieval town of St Paul de Vence, You are driven along a lovely drift going through Marina Baie des Anges, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins and Golfe-Juan to land in Cannes. Our voyage through Cannes will incorporate the acclaimed Croisette and the Palace of Film where the International Film Festival is held.
The ‘Croisette’ is bordered by fine sandy shorelines, a lot of them assumed control as private shorelines by the vast inns and it is there that the renowned gatherings and gatherings occur amid the Cannes Festival. At that point it’s onto the outstanding medieval town of St Paul de Vence, where such a significant number of painters and performing artists live. You will feel its exceptionally normal ‘Provencal’ climate and respect the strengthened town – a standout amongst other saved cases in the South of France, its limited winding boulevards, vaulted rear ways and lovely arcades.
You could likewise select to utilize the 24hrs French Riviera Pass which offers you rebates and free access to many recreation exercises, visits or eateries of the French Riviera. With a solitary card, appreciate the narrows of Angels from the best deck of the Nice le Grand Tour touring transport; stop off to visit the fundamental sights and muséums, go on a guided visit or do some territorial wine sampling OR you could likewise select to take a prepare to Tende which is only 2 hours away.
Tende is an invigorated town guarding an essential go into the Piemont. It’s a stunning minimal Italian-style medieval mountain town, with the houses assembled firmly together on the flank of the mountain. Structures are ordinarily medieval houses and snow capped engineering, with limited roads, vaulted entries and etched entryway lintels. The houses are roofed inlauze, a neighborhood variation of slate, and are frequently dull in the shadow of the mountains. Back to Nice. Medium-term in Nice.
Day 05: Nice – Aix
Following breakfast toward the beginning of today, it’s an ideal opportunity to go to the prepare station and board the prepare for a 2.5 hour voyage to Aix. The town of water, the town of craftsmanship! Upon landing advance toward the inn in the downtown area and check in. Unwind and invest energy strolling around the city wiping in the mood and the character of the city. This is a mobile city. It really motivates you to movement back in time. Medium-term in Aix.
Day 06: Aix
Wake up to breakfast today following which the day is free for you to unwind and investigate the city and the area further. Arm yourself with a city pass and advance through the city and the different exhibition halls that are an enjoyment to understanding. Cezanne the renowned painter has his studio here and you can visit the same. Medium-term in Aix.
Day 07: Aix – Avignon
From the Town of Water and Town of Art it’s a great opportunity to make a beeline for the Hinterland, to the lavender developing regions of Provence, to Avignon. The prepare takes you around 20 minutes. Upon landing, advance toward the inn. Check in and whatever remains of the night is free for you to stroll around and appreciate the environs of this curious UNESCO World Heritage city or take a voyage on the Rhone River. An unquestionable requirement visit is Pont du Gard which is simply around 25 kms from Avignon. The Pont du Gard is a three-level stone water system crossing the Gardon waterway valley. Medium-term in Avignon.
Day 08 : Avignon
Post breakfast at the beginning of today you should visit the Pope’s Palace, the Saint Benezet Bridge and the Town Center. This is an Italian city and the design here is extremely Italian and goes back to the Popes time frame. Stop for lunch at any of the normal eateries the city brings to the table. Come night and you could invest energy at the galleries or simply strolling around the city investigating more. Medium-term in Avignon.
Day 09: Avignon – Arles
Wake up to breakfast at the beginning of today following its opportunity to take a 20mins short prepare ride to Arles for your next remain. Check in your lodging and whatever remains of the day is free for you to stroll around the city and visit the Roman Arena – bullfights and bull amusements still occur at the field amid summer months, The Roman Amphitheater or the ‘Arenes d’Arles’ in the east of the ‘old quarter’ is the motivation behind why a great many people visit the city. Worked toward the finish of the first century, the history held inside its stone dividers and curves can’t neglect to awe.
The general basic plan with terraced seating and oval field was clearly enlivened by the Coliseum in Rome. You can keep on visiting St. Trophime Church which is situated on the Place de la République. This congregation has an incredible Romanesque passageway very much safeguarded and point by point. On the western entryway the complicatedly etched tympanum delineates St Trophime, a late second or mid third century cleric of Arles, holding a winding staff. The treasury contains bone sections of Arles’ religious administrators who were later consecrated. Medium-term in Arles