TripUSAFrance is a great way to experience French culture in a non-traditional way.
Lots of tourists choose Arlington based tour company TripUSAFrance to visit Normandy and the South of France/Provence regions because of its small group sizes (including private tours) that allow them to blend in and interact with the locals.
There are also more opportunities to see hidden gems that usually aren’t part of big tour itineraries, including some of the most beautiful villages of France.
The tours are led by locals who walk groups through historic sites and share their culture and personal traditions. For instance, groups enjoy a French picnic, eat at authentic French restaurants, and dine at the guides’ homes. Since groups range from four to fourteen people, participants get plenty of attention from guides along the journey and make friends with other travelers.
The goal is to make sure that you spend memorable time enjoying your trip.
That’s why TripUSAFrance carefully plans everything for you, which includes personal help from a staff member to coordinate your travel plans. TripUSAFrance even gives participants cell phones to reach tour guides during free times from group activities.
For stress-free planning, the cost of the vacation includes ground transportation, hotel, breakfasts, lunches, at least three dinners, snacks, admission fees for stops on your tour, wine tastings and more. Participants only need to pay for their plane tickets, extra dinners and drinks, and souvenirs from their unforgettable experience.
There’s still availability left this summer so don’t wait to book your trip!
Some highlights of their South of France / Provence tour:
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