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Travel from Paris to Rome on a trip through France and Italy. Visit Dijon, Beaune, Provence, Nice, Monaco, Cinque Terre, Florence, Pisa and Rome.

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Tour France and Italy on a trip from Paris to Rome.

Travel from Paris to Rome and lose yourself on a trip through France and Italy. From the romantic streets of Paris, head out to discover Provencal food and world-class Burgundy wines before frolicking with Europe’s high rollers on the Riviera. Feast on seafood and breathtaking sights in the cliff-top villages of the Cinque Terre, and marvel at the architectural elegance of Gothic churches and the gravity-defying Leaning Tower of Pisa. Conclude this European adventure among historical wonders in the vibrant, ancient city of Rome.

  • Soak up the romantic ambience of Paris
  • Sample world-famous Burgundy wines
  • Relax in the sumptuous French Riviera
  • Live it up in Monaco
  • Admire stunning coastal views along the Cinque Terre
  • Explore the museums and galleries of Florence
  • Delve into history in Rome

What's included in this trip

  • Start:

    Paris, France
  • Finish:

    Rome, Italy
  • Group size:

    Min 1 , Max 12
  • Ages:

    Min 12
  • Meals:

    14 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
  • Accommodation:

    Hotel (14 nts)
  • Transport:

    Bus, Metro, Taxi, Train
  • Included activities:

    Cinque Terre day pass, Farewell dinner in Rome, Monaco return train transport, Montefioralle winery visit, Palais des Papes, Piazzale Michelangelo, Pisa visit, Pont St-Benezet (Bridge of Avignon), Walking tour, Welcome dinner in Paris, Wine tasting

  • Carbon emissions offset:

    500kg pp per trip
  • Notes:

    1. A single supplement is available on this trip. See under the Single Traveller section of your Trip Notes for more information. 2. This trip is discontinued for 2013. Please contact us or your booking agent for more information and suggested alternatives.

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Day 1 Paris

Rich in museums, art galleries, monuments, fashion and fabulous food, Paris offers a wealth of major sights and hidden treasures to discover.

Days 2-3 Dijon/Beaune

The capital of France's culturally rich Burgundy Province, Dijon boasts a delightful city centre, numerous medieval and renaissance buildings, and labyrinthine streets filled with charming shops and restaurants. Beaune is located in the Cote d'Or wine region, an area that produces some of the best wines in France and where vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see.

Days 4-5 Provence

An elegant, walled city in Provence's most picturesque valley, Avignon is home to an impressive collection of art, a grand papal palace and the Pont St-Benezet.

Days 6-8 Nice/Monaco

Nestled elegantly on the Riviera, Nice boasts stunning beaches, colourful markets, and impressive architecture - and is a wonderful base to further explore the famed Cote d'Azur. High-rolling Monaco is more than just a city of gambling; stunning coastal walks, private beaches and a promenade that is perfect for people watching all await. With the Mediterranean Sea at its doorstep, ancient ruins in its mountain and artistic riches in its history, Nice is far more than just a pretty face.

Days 9-10 Cinque Terre

The breathtaking Cinque Terre showcases five charming villages, linked by ancient pathways and dramatic cliffs that drop into the rich blue waters of the Ligurian Sea.

Days 11-13 Pisa/Florence

Pisa is the iconic home of a famous tower that leans and the Piazza del Duomo, a stunning walled area famed for its religious buildings and medieval art. Awash with artistic treasures, Florence is Italy's most revered city for its Renaissance and religious masterpieces, enchanting historic centre and unsurpassed beauty.

Days 14-15 Rome

With timeworn ruins, extraordinary buildings and religious monuments around every corner, Rome is a true gem that seamlessly incorporates modern city life with ancient wonders.
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