One of the world’s most iconic cities, Paris is a must-see for any trip to France. One of the magnificent things about Paris is that walking around is half the fun but there is also no shortage of museums, galleries and gardens to explore. It is a testament to the city that every time you return you can have a different experience, whether you visit all the tourist spots, spend your time shopping or do a culinary tour of the city.
With its tree-lined boulevards, impressive art museums, sunlit vineyards and extravagant Gothic architecture, there is a lot to love about Bordeaux. Home to some of the best wine in the world and incredible restaurants, a day of exploring the city will be well paid off.
Burgundy or Bourgogne in French is a historical region in east-central France, renowned for its delicious wine, Dijon mustard (from the capital of the same name) and startling natural beauty. The towns and villages of Burgundy are framed by the most stunning countryside, with verdant meadows, rolling hills and blooming spring flowers. For senior travellers, the region’s medieval architecture, tranquil canals and sublime vineyards are sure to capture the imagination.
This charming riverside town has a rich medieval heritage that is sure to delight mature travellers. Explore the picturesque cobbled streets and admire stately Renaissance mansions with impressive carved facades. Discover the town’s fascinating history involving Benedictine monks and pilgrim stopovers. Figeac is also the perfect base from which to explore surrounding hilltop towns and medieval sites.