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Travels to France:
Travel back in time From the era of Pre-history to the 21st century.

Surroundings of Sarlat Arc de Triomphe – Paris

The Louvre

Eifel Tower
What is included?
Included in the price:

Transatlantic flight Miami /Paris/Miami
(Please note: flights can depart from your nearest airport and price adjustments will be made accordingly)

Departure and security airport taxes up to $100.00 per person

Accommodation as follows:Paris, 3 nights, Bordeaux, 2 nights Sarlat, 2 nights & Limoges 2 nights.

Local guide for half day tour in Bordeaux and Limoges

Local coach from arrival in Bordeaux until departure in Limoges

Transfers in Paris

Dinner and breakfast daily

Gratuities to the driver

Entrances to sites visited during included touring

Not included:

Additional airport and departure taxes


Personal expenses such as beverage and telephone calls

Travel insurance. Optional and advisable

Price per person
$ 2,450.00

The above price is subject to availability and is based on a minimum of 22 participants. There may be an additional charge for the departure and security taxes. We will inform you prior to final payment.

Airport security and departure taxes to be added closer to the time of departure.

Cancellation and travel insurance OPTIONAL and advisable

Day One: March 18

Late afternoon departure from Miami International Airport for Paris, the charming and colorful capital of la belle France. In-flight dinner and breakfast will be served.

Day Two: March 19

Arrival in Paris. After you have cleared customs and immigration, meet your local coach and see some of the sites of Paris prior to your arrival in your centrally located hotel.

Prior to dinner you may want to explore the area nearby. The historic Marais quarter is just a stone’s throw away from your hotel. Victor Hugo lived there with his family.
Dinner and overnight in Paris.

Day Three: March 20

Discover the sites of Paris with your teachers and friends.

What is there to see?
The Louvre, the Orsay Museum, the Sainte Chapelle, les Invalides, Champs Elysees, Montmartre, Quartier Latin, the Eiffel Tower, the River Seine and so much more.

Enjoy and treasure each moment. Dinner and overnight in Paris.

Day Four: March 21

Your fast and comfortable train will take you in no time at all to Bordeaux which is located on the south west coast of France. You are now in the heart of the wine region, which makes Bordeaux so very famous.

Bordeaux: The town of Burdigala was founded by a Celtic tribe in the third century BC. Around 6o BC the Romans occupied the region and still today we can see sights of this most important historic time. This region and the adjacent Perigord is where Paleolithic
man lived in caves which we can still visit today. With the many Cro magnon cave paintings found in Lascaux and Les Eyziers, the region is often called one of the cradles of art. How lucky you are to visit this very site with your friends and teachers! Dinner and overnight in Bordeaux

Day Five: March 22

Visit Bordeaux and its immediate surroundings which include the famous ‘caves du vin’. Bordeaux itself is also blessed with many wonderful museums and shops.

Dinner and overnight in Bordeaux.

Day Six: March 23

How can we start to describe Sarlat? This medieval town needs to be visited and photographed. Sarlat was inhabited since the Gallo-Roman times and became a prosperous city at the end of the VIII century under King Pepin le Bref and Charlemagne when Benedictines established a monastery there.

Sarlat is situated in the heart of the Dordogne region where beauty awaits. You will stop at some interesting sites en route. Dinner and overnight.

Day Seven: March 24

Lascaux is without doubt the most famous cave in the world. Originally a superb grotto with dazzling white walls of carcite, Prehistoric man chose it as a sanctuary 17.000 years ago decorating it with a breathtaking display of wild oxen, horses, bison, stags, wild goats and a multitude of enigmatic geo-metric symbols. The original caves of Lascaux are not open to the public at the moment. Lascaux II is an exact replica of the two most spectacular galleries: the Bull’s Chamber and the Axial gallery. The visit to the cave will be an experience a life time and we hope you will enjoy it.

In the afternoon you will continue your travels. Visit the immediate surroundings of Lasaux. They are not only interesting but very beautiful. Return to Sarlat for dinner and overnight stay.

Day Eight: March 25

Your drive from Sarlat to Limoges will be a relaxing experience. Upon arrival in Limoges you will be able to visit the famous porcelain factory. The Porcelain is often referred to as the White gold of Limoges!. Dinner and overnight in Limoges.

Day Nine: March 26

Optional Cooking class.

Alternatively there is a lot to see in Limoges and a journey of discoveries is awaiting you. The Cathedral of St. Etienne was begun in 1273 and was not totally completed until the 19th century. Then there is the castle district, which offers remains of the Abbey of St Martial. This part of the city is charming and surely you may want to spend some time here. Dinner and overnight in Limoges.

Day Ten: March 27

Morning departure for the railway station where the train awaits you for your fast and comfortable journey back to Paris.

Remainder of day at leisure to explore some of the sites you have not visited during your earlier stay in Paris. Dinner and overnight.

Day Eleven: March 28

Full day at leisure. You may want to take the RER train to Versailles, which is a mere 30 minutes ride away. You may wish to visit the Rodin Museum or just sit back on the Champs Elysees, after having climbed the Arc de Triomphe and let the world pass by. Dinner and overnight in Paris.

Day Twelve: March 29
Transfer to the airport for return flight back home.