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France Itinerary: 7,10 and 14 days

Welcome to the land of croissants, cheese, wine, and romance! France is a country that has something to offer to everyone, whether you're a history buff, a foodie, or a nature lover. With its stunning cities, charming villages, and breathtaking countryside, planning a trip to France can be overwhelming. That's why we've put together this guide to help you plan your perfect itinerary for 7, 10, or 14 days in France. Whether you want to explore the cultural treasures of Paris, soak in the sun on the French Riviera, or taste the regional specialties of Burgundy, we've got you covered. So grab a glass of wine, sit back, and let's plan your dream trip to France!

paris eiffel tower

Here are three suggested itineraries for 7, 10, and 14 days in France:

7-Day Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Paris

- Eiffel Tower

- Seine River cruise

Day 2: Paris

- Louvre Museum

- Notre Dame Cathedral

- Latin Quarter

- Sainte-Chapelle

- Montmartre

- Sacré-Cœur Basilica

Day 3: Paris

- Palace of Versailles

- Evening show at Moulin Rouge or Opera Garnier

Day 4: Normandy

- D-Day Landing Beaches

- American Cemetery

- Bayeux

Day 5: Mont Saint-Michel

Day 6: Loire Valley

- Château de Chambord

- Château de Chenonceau

- Local vineyards (optional)

Day 7: Departure from Paris

- Shopping at Marais or Champs-Élysées

10-Day Itinerary

Days 1-6: Follow the 7-Day Itinerary

Day 7: Travel to Nice, French Riviera

- Promenade des Anglais

- Vieux Nice

Day 8: French Riviera

- Day trip to Monaco

- Visit Èze

Day 9: French Riviera

- Cannes

- Lérins Islands (optional)

Day 10: Departure from Nice

14-Day Itinerary

Days 1-9: Follow the 10-Day Itinerary

Day 10-11: Bordeaux

- City Exploration

- Wine tasting

Day 12: Dordogne Region

- Sarlat

- Les Eyzies (prehistoric caves)

Day 13: Carcassonne and Toulouse

- Medieval city of Carcassonne

- Explore Toulouse

Day 14: Departure from Toulouse

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