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Culinary Tours to France

Hard to argue with the fact that amazing France is an exceptional choice for an unforgettable holiday, as the country possesses all that might possibly come to mind when someone thinks of what a perfect vacation should involve. Fantastic historical sights? Checked. Amazing cultural heritage? Present. Marvelous architecture? Checked again. And, of course, who can resist a temptation to explore the unparalleled cuisine of the country, known as the birthplace of fine dining. It's impossible to imagine a dream holiday in France without a tasting or two. Based on centuries-old traditions and simplicity, the national cuisine of the country is a whole wonderful world waiting to be explored, and we offer you a chance to dive into the fusion of tastes and aromas with one of our France culinary vacations. All programs are filled with interesting activities to spice up your trip with, such as exquisite wine & champagne tastings, evenings filled with delicious French dishes, and excellent cooking classes so you can bring part of this marvelous world of French gastronomy back home.

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If you wish to taste the best of France, our culinary tours are the perfect way to discover this destination's incredible flavors.  You will go on numerous tours of wineries across the country, learn from expert sommeliers and wine producers the secrets behind their craft, and of course, taste it too. In addition to heart-filling experiences, your France culinary itinerary also consists of other vital details like centrally-located hotels, as well as pre-arranged transfers. Start planning your France culinary adventure today.

France Culinary Tour Highlights

  • Notre Dame, Paris
  • Tasting at two famous Champagne houses
  • The Cathedral Notre-Dame de Reims
  • Luxembourg and Tuileries Gardens, Paris
  • Stops in 3 different wine-producing regions along the French Alsace Route
  • Tastings of exceptional Premier Cru, Pinot Noir, or Grand Cru
  • Touring wineries in Medoc

Tips for France Travel

  • Some shops, restaurants, and museums tend to close for lunch (noon to 2 pm.) 
  • French breakfast might surprise you. It's not like other European breakfasts. Expect sweet pastries, toast, fruit, yogurt, and other light meals.
  • Look for "servis compris" phrase on your restaurant bill. This means that tips are included.
  • To charge or use your electronic devices, you will need to have an adaptor for type C or type F power plugs.

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