Travel through historic cities and
pristine port towns on your way
to the Normandy coast. Visit Rouen,
capital of Normandy, home to a
large 16th century Gros Horloge
(Great-Clock) and the gothic,
two-towered Rouen Cathedral.
Walk through the Old Market
Square where Joan of Arc
Travel onto Honfleur. a waterfront
town that's filled with timberframed
houses and France's largest
wooden church. Step foot into the
Old Town and spend some time
wandering through its narrow
lanes and colourful shopfronts.
Drive on to Bayeux, begin with
a visit to the iconic Bayeux
Taperstry illustrating the story of
William the Conqueror and see
the city’s diverse architecture
Travel through Bocage country to
explore the striking 8th-century
island of Mont-Saint-Michel. See
how the UNESCO-recognized
site, perched high on a granite
rock, is surrounded by water at
high tide and quicksand at low
tide. Pass by medieval houses
and then enter the Benedictine
Abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel with
your local guide. Next drive along
the Brittany region’s Emerald
Coast toward Cancale. This small
fishing town has earned a
reputation as the region's oyster
capital due to the world-famous
Breton oysters it produces, and
you'll learn all about the production
during a visit to an oyster farm
and taste three types of oysters.
Then continue your journey
toward the Saint-Malo.
Remark: Oyster tasting seasonal and runs
from January through November.
This morning, get a look at
Saint-Malo Cathedral and
Château de Saint-Malo, originally
a symbol of ducal and royal power
which now houses a museum
covering the long maritime history
of Saint-Malo, the WWII Occupation
as well as the destruction and
reconstruction of the town. Enjoy
a free afternoon or add an
excursion to Dinan, a medieval
town surrounded by tall ramparts
that stretch for three kilometres.
Optional: Dinan City Tour
We journey on to the Loire Valley,
known for its ornate château, where
we will spend the next two nights.
You’ll enjoy a perfect stop in a
pleasant town of Angers and see its
imposing Château d'Angers. Then,
continue to the Les Caves Ambacia
winery, explore 150 years of wine
history and sample 3 French wines.
Get to know châteaux country on
a guided tour of the Loire Valley
region. Step in the most renowned
castle in the region - Château de
Chambord. Commissioned by
King Francis I and imagined by
the great Leonardo da Vinci, the
Chambord is the largest and most
majestic castle of the Loire. It is a
symbol of the French Renaissance
and of the power of a passionate
ruler who revered the arts. Enjoy
a free evening in the Loire Valley
or add an excursion to Tours
which is truly one of France’s
classical cathedral cities.
Optional: Tours City Tour
Remark: Chateau de Chambord
visit is subject to the Chateau’s
opening hours. In the event of
special events closed to visitors, it
will be replaced with a visit to
Château de Chenonceau.
Return to France's capital city and
begin the sightseeing tour of Paris.
Drive down the sycamore-lined
Champs-Élysées to view the Arc
de Triomphe. View the Eiffel
Tower, the Palais Garnier Opera
House, and Place de la Concorde,
the city’s grandest square. Marvel
at the iconic architecture of the
Louvre before heading over to
Galeries Lafayette – the biggest
department store in Paris for your
long-awaited shopping spree.
You may also wish to join an
optional scenic Seine River cruise.
Enjoy a free day at your own
leisure. You may opt to take up
some recommended activities,
such as an optional full day Paris
tour that includes a walk through
the Montmartre neighbourhood,
or outlet shopping at La Vallee
Village, and a scenic Seine River
Cruise before heading to Galeries
Lafayette for more shopping.
Optional: Paris Full Day Tour
with Chinese Lunch
Additional activities that complement your
holidays will be at your own discretion and
is entirely optional.
*Minimum group size may apply.
• Dinan City Tour: €59/€39
• Tours City Tour: €59/€39
• Full Day Paris with Chinese Lunch Tour:
€129 / €109
• Seine River Cruise: €25
• A minimum group size of 15 passengers
is required for a confirmed departure.
• The sequence of the itinerary, flight
schedules and hotels are subject to
change without prior notice in the
event of unforeseen circumstances.
• Activities are subject to weather
• Chateau de Chambord visit is subject to
the Chateau’s opening hours. In the event
of special events closed to visitors, will be
replaced by Château de Chenonceau
without prior notice.
• During major events, accommodation
may be relocated to outside of the city or
in another city without prior notice.
Do note that the third bed for triple room may be a "roll-away" bed.
The below chart serves a guideline and may not be applicable to all destinations.
For maximum comfort, we highly recommend a family of four to stay in two rooms.
If extra bed are not available, passengers will be put into : 1 Standard Double / Twin Room + 1 Standard Single Room
Prices shown are just guideline and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
Price shown are in SGD
Prices based on twin sharing, and does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
All tours subject to group size for confirmation
Land arrangement excludes flight arrangements, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
Tour fare does not include visa charges. Passengers have to ensure that they hold a valid visa to enter their destination country. Please refer to http://cibtvisas.sg for visa requirement and charges
It’s hard to imagine anywhere more beautiful than northern France; from castles to châteaux, royal coronations to glorious gardens, the breathtaking splendour of the region will win your heart in no time.