Honeymoon in Paris!
What could be more romantic than starting your honeymoon in Paris? Known as “The City of Love,” France’s capital city offers an endless number of entertainment and sightseeing options for every occasion.
Cruise the River Seine by night and see the city lights that Paris is so famous for. Take in amazing sights, such as the view from top of the Eiffel Tower, and make reservations for a trés chic dinner at one of its two gourmet restaurants. Wander the beautiful grounds of the Rive Gauche Luxembourg Gardens, created in the early 17th century by Marie de’ Medici, and go for a luxurious shopping experience at the Galeriès Lafayette. Dive into art and culture visiting the Louvre Museum, the majestic Notre Dame Cathedral and the magnificent Palace of Versailles.
Wine tours & tastings in Champagne
From Paris make your way to the Champagne region, famous for its original and authentic production of champagne, and known also as the scene of some of the greatest battles in the history of France. Explore the vineyards (sometimes skipping the most famous cellars in favor of small ones can be a pleasant surprise!), dine at rural bistrots and taste excellent champagnes at every stop. Visit the town considered Champagne’s capital, Epernay, and its well known Champagne Avenue, named so for the numerous champagne producers you will find here. It is said that this avenue is the most expensive in the world because of the millions of bottles of precious wine stored in kilometers of chalk cellars beneath the street surface. Enjoy a private tour to one of the most beautiful cities in France, Reims, which offers several architectural treasures in its historical center, among them its greatest jewel, the cathedral of Notre Dame de Reims, built in the 13th century, which served until 1825 as the site for crowning the French kings.
Exploring the French Alps
Change your landscape and make a visit to Annecy and enjoy a couple of days in the heart of the Savoy Mountains. Renowned for its “Blue Lake” and immortalized by the impressionist painter Paul Cézanne, the town of Annecy is a perfect starting point to discover the French Alps. Make your way to Chamonix and from there take the rack railway to see Europe’s largest glacier, the Mer de Glace.
Scents of Provence vacations
Travel south to Provence and the French Riviera. Breathe in the air of the lavender fields while resting in Aix-en-Provence, one of France’s most elegant cities. Visit the famous artists’ town of St. Paul de Vence and enjoy a cafè au lait, or make your way to the neighboring towns of Arles and Avignon for further inspiration. Make a stop in Grasse, also known as the town of perfumes, where visits to the three historic perfume maisons, Molinard, Fragonar, and Galimard, where you can create your own personal scent by choosing your blend of fragrances under the guidance of an expert perfumer.
Enjoy lifestyle in French Riviera
Finally make your way to the French Riviera and take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, its elegant seafront. Make a rest on the typical blue chairs so prevalent along the coast to enjoy the breeze or a bite to eat, while taking in the incredible scene and atmosphere of the city and its Belle Époque style buildings facing the bay. And don’t miss its wonderful sunsets! It’s your honeymoon!