The Route des Ducs de Bourgogne is a walk through France’s aristocratic history, with châteaux, villages, museums and abbeys. Each site is deeply rooted in the regions culture. From medieval strongholds to princely palaces, the number of monuments in Burgundy is astonishing. The members of the Route des Ducs de Bourgogne open their doors, Read More

Euro-Bike & Walking Tours is spicing up this year’s vacation offerings by adding a new level of variety to two of its most popular bicycle tours. Options of walking, canoeing, kayaking or even horseback riding have been added on some days of these tried-and-true trips. “Some of our travelers like a change of pace, Read More

For travelers who are torn between Paris and the beautiful French countryside, Discover France has a great suggestion: do both. Paris exerts an almost irresistible pull on many people. It is a city of undeniable beauty and interest that many people return to time after time. But there is much more to France than, Read More

The Palladium is undoubtedly one of the most original cruise trains in the world. Whether travelers decide to join one of the regular cruises, or prefer a customized journey, every passenger will undoubtedly discover some of the most beautiful parts of France. The exclusive services offered (private guided tours, independent luggage transfer, fine wines, Read More

The Evian Masters, now in its fifth year on the LPGA Tour schedule as a co-sanctioned event between the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour and the Ladies European Tour (LET), has increased its purse by $400,000 from $2.1 to $2.5 million.

Fans of Discover Frances highly successful self-guided active tours are getting exactly what theyve been wanting. After receiving many requests for trips outside of France, the Scottsdale, Arizona-based company recently launched Pure Adventures, a boutique tour operator that applies the same proven self-guided format to an impressive array of destinations such as Tuscany, Englands, Read More

The following details highlight the major activities and exhibitions that are being held in Paris and throughout all France until the end of July 2004.

Traveling has always been what dreams are made of, but it can also be an expensive proposition.  However, poor exchange rates shouldn’t stop Americans from enjoying la belle France and all that it has to offer. Even in this economy, with the value of the dollar dropping (at press time 1€ = approximately $1.26),, Read More

“Women in History Month” is coming up in March, so now is the perfect time to learn more about Spirited Women in History Tours and their grand trip to Paris, June 16 to 24, 2004. Participants on this unique Spirited Women in History tour will discover Paris and other nearby sites while gaining rare insight into some, Read More

Melodious airs will be wafting over Monaco this season as Monte-Carlos twentieth edition of the Spring Arts Festival (Printemps des Arts) ushers in the sweet blossoms, April 3-18, 2004, with acoustic and visual works from a wide spectrum of artistic genres, from medieval and classical to contemporary, gipsy, northern Indian, and avant-garde jazz. This, Read More