Tours in France


Normandy: History of the region

A discovery of Normandy as a region. You will discover some of its cultural heritage with city tour of Rouen, St Malo, the Mont St Michel abbey, and the little harbours of Honfleur and Trouville.

If you're interested there is a possibility to do a detour to Bayeux to learn all about William the Conqueror. Gastronomy won't be left behind with a visit of the villages of Camembert and Pont-l'Eveque.

Finally we will leave the countryside for the seaside to relieve the dark time of the Occupation during WW2 and visit the D-Day beaches.


I can offer tours of World War II on request. I do NOT focus on one country in my tour, I like to keep in mind that WWII was a global conflict, and so is my approach.


Wine and Castles of the Loire Valley

Following the meanders of the Loire river, we discover a land of famous vineyards and fairytale castles, many of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

A trip to the Loire is the opportunity to dive into the royal history of France, discover the changes brought by the Renaissance in terms of the king's comfort, the architectural innovation in the royal palaces and in general the evolution of art.

This trip is also an opportunity to discover the great wineries of Saumur, Vouvray and Chinon, and taste their great wines after a walk along the Loire, one of the last wild rivers in Europe for bird-watching.

Castles visited: Chambord, Chenonceau, Blois, Azay le Rideau, Le Clos-Lucé (last home of Leonardo da Vinci), Chinon and Loches.



Paris: City of Art and History

I offer city tours of Paris as well as guided visits to museums, among others, the Orsay museum, the Louvre, the Rodin Museum and Versailles.


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