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France and Spain Tours & Trips 2017/2018

54 trips through France and Spain with 64 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to France and Spain. With 54 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 4 days to 36 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is July, which has the most number of departures.

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Highlights

  • Relax on soft sands, wander around joyful streets and experience an explosion of flavours in the foodie heaven of San Sebastian.
  • Savour the complex layers of La Rioja wine at Laguardia which sits pretty in the heart of Spain’s wine country.
  • Hike past scented woods en route to the remote Mollo village, in the deep reaches of the Spanish Pyrenees.
  • Be welcomed by an eruption of colours and aromas as you enter Barcelona’s atmospheric Boqueria Market.
  • Surrender yourself to the romance of Paris as you stroll along the banks of River Seine.
  • Admire gorgeous scenery of vineyards during a leisurely cruise along the gently meandering Dordogne River.
  • Walk under the silhouette of yew trees and inhale the sweet perfume of effervescent flowers in the gardens that surround the luxurious Chateau Villandry.
  • Pamper your body with a therapeutic spa treatment in charming Luchon, which is nestled in the majestic French Pyrenees.

Tips

  • Bar hopping is a good way to sample tapas or ‘pintxos’ in San Sebastian.
  • Visitors are expected to keep track of what they have ordered and pay as they leave a tapas bar.
  • During a wine tasting, hold the glass by the stem and not by the bowl as this can affect the temperature of the wine.
  • If you plan to hike in the Pyrenees, wear hiking boots with sturdy soles and ankle support for protection in rough and loose terrain.
  • Dress casually but stylishly in Paris. Further, wear layered clothing so you can stay comfortable.
  • A good way to greet the locals is by saying “Bonjour Monsieur” or “Bonjour Madame” which means “Good morning Sir” and “Good morning Madam”.
  • Try to have an early lunch in Paris as many restaurants close by 1:30pm.
  • To shop for affordable clothes in Paris, head to Rue des Francs Bourgeois street in the Le Marais district.

France and Spain Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews