Vacation in France

The birthplace of Versailles and Sun King Louis XIV's grand ambitions, and the cradle of radical creative movements from Impressionism to New Wave cinema: France has long been a game changer. Taylored Tours can show you how to explore the country that has turned the good life into an art form. And they’d argue that, even today, no other capital offers quite the same architectural homage to beauty, and patina of romance, as Paris.

Whether you wish to travel with a group, hire a private chauffeur, or drive yourself, we’ll help make your trip to France memorable.  Get started by completing our Travel Interest Survey.  We can craft a vacation to France that takes in its landscapes, from the mountains of the Rhône-Alpes to Provence’s lavender fields and the Riviera’s Mediterranean. We will also include the country’s historic sites, like the chateaux that stud the Loire Valley and the D-Day landing beaches in Normandy. See this sample itinerary for a guided family vacation to Paris and London. Taylored Tours can point you in the direction of the best local produce markets, AOC-designated wineries and one-off experiences, not just in culinary hubs like Bordeaux and Lyon, but across the whole country. CLICK HERE to view more activities, attractions, and tours.


When should I go?

The best times to visit France are in spring (April-May), summer (June-August) and fall (September-October). France enjoys mild temperatures, although there are regional variations: there’s a Mediterranean climate in the south and wetter weather in the north, near the English Channel. In August, most of the country closes down to chase the sunshine in the south. Winter is one of our preferred times to explore Paris, as the crowds are fewer, yet the restaurants are still lively with locals.