Private France Tours

Contact our team today for the ultimate private tours in France led by professional guides and certified drivers.

Our French associates will create a customized itinerary tailored to your vacation preferences. Once completely satisfied with the proposed activities, destinations, and accommodations, you can be assured that our complimentary cancellation guarantee safeguards your booking.

From the moment you arrive in France, your English-speaking guide will be there to greet you. Additionally, we offer round-the-clock in-country support throughout your stay in France.

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Luxury Guided Tours of France

Our local tour planning specialists have an intimate knowledge of France and will design an itinerary that includes not only iconic destinations but also hidden gems, cultural festivals, and unique attractions that you won’t find on typical tours.

We don’t offer generic tours or standardized experiences – instead, we work with you to create a bespoke itinerary that perfectly matches your preferences and requirements.

Whether you want to explore a specific region or travel across all 26 regions of France, we’ll work with you to determine the best mode of transportation, whether that’s a high-speed train or our luxury air-conditioned vehicles with a private driver-guide.

With our focus on style, luxury, and personalized service, you can be sure that your tour of France will be an unforgettable experience.

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Popular French Tour Destinations

Our team of travel experts will ensure that every aspect of your journey is meticulously arranged, from Paris’s unforgettable haute cuisine and cultural sophistication to the charming villages, pristine beaches, and exclusive yachting ports of the French Riviera and everywhere in between.

Some of the most stunning and popular private tour destinations in France include:


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Louvre Museum

No visit to the French capital is complete without a guided exploration of the Louvre, home to a wealth of artistic masterpieces. The museum showcases western art from the Middle Ages to 1848 and ancient oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, graphic, and Islamic arts. As you wander through the former royal palace, you’ll encounter iconic works such as the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus de Milo, and The Winged Victory of Samothrace, among others.

Eiffel Tower

As an unmistakable symbol of France and one of the most recognizable structures worldwide, a Parisian adventure must include the Eiffel Tower. While the tower is visible throughout the city, we suggest first-time visitors experience the structure up close. With restaurants on the first and second levels and an observation deck on the third (906 ft above ground), the tower caters to all interests. As the most-visited paid attraction globally, we recommend securing skip-the-line tickets in advance to bypass queues.

Musée d'Orsay

Housing Monet’s renowned Water Lilies as a permanent exhibition, the Musée d’Orsay also features art from Cézanne, Modigliani, and Picasso, among other illustrious artists. Situated near the Louvre in the Tuileries Garden, the museum invites you to stroll along the Seine’s banks after your private tour and enjoy lunch at a nearby brasserie.


Paris’s most stunning and famous avenue, the Champs-Élysées connects the Arc de Triomphe with the Place de la Concorde, making it one of the world’s most celebrated commercial streets.

Saint Tropez

Originally a tranquil fishing village, Saint Tropez has evolved into a premier destination on the French Riviera, attracting international A-listers and celebrities. From the 19th century, the area drew writers and artists such as Paul Signac, Henri Matisse, and Guy de Maupassant, seeking inspiration.

Over the years, more creative minds and celebrities, including Ernest Hemingway, Brigitte Bardot, and Pablo Picasso, have fallen in love with the charming location, which continues to entice the world’s most famous personalities.


Regarded as the French Riviera’s Beverly Hills, Cannes is an upscale coastal city situated just west of Nice. Guests enjoy exploring Le Suquet, the ancient Roman hillside settlement filled with pastel-hued houses, cottages, and narrow cobblestone streets. Pausing at one of the many hillside cafés overlooking the Bay of Cannes is a popular choice.

Another must-visit is the bustling indoor market, Marche Forville, brimming with local farmers and artisan food producers.


Separating the new town to the west from the old town, harbor, and commercial district to the east, the Paillon River now runs partly underground.

The old town, featuring narrow, winding streets, lies at the western base of a granite hill called Le Château. Primarily used by ferry services to Corsica, sailing vessels, and yachts, the harbor, established in 1750 and expanded after 1870, now mostly accommodates recreational crafts. The Promenade des Anglais, a shoreline path constructed by the English colony in 1822, is the new town’s most notable feature.


Despite its small size, Monaco has garnered a reputation as one of the world’s most opulent tourist resorts.

The terraced hills leading to the pristine shores dotted with gleaming white yachts epitomize luxury. As a favored destination for the rich and famous on the French Riviera, Monaco stands out from the rest. Our team will gladly design a bespoke luxury tour itinerary for your time in this glamorous haven.

Chamonix & Mont Blanc

Though primarily recognized as a winter ski resort and host of the inaugural Olympic Winter Games in 1924, Chamonix remains a bustling town even during the summer months.

Be sure to take the renowned Aiguilles des Midi cable car, one of the world’s highest and steepest, which reaches an altitude of 3,842 meters in just 20 minutes. Upon exiting the cable car, marvel at the breathtaking views of the Alps and Mont Blanc, for the more daring, step onto a glass viewing platform suspended above the mountain face.


As the Capital of the Alps, Grenoble is celebrated for its winter sports, hiking trails, museums, and universities. This vibrant city serves as a gateway to alpine adventures and cultural experiences.

Val d'Isère

Often considered the ultimate ski resort town in the French Alps, Val d’Isère offers ski lifts that provide access to challenging sites like the steep Face de Bellevarde, a black-rated piste, and the Grande Motte glacier, renowned for its summer skiing opportunities.

Vercors National Park

Immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the French countryside with a tailored and guided tour of Vercors National Park. Discover the forested mountains, stunning landscapes, and diverse wildlife that call this area home.

Loire Valley

Often referred to as the ‘Garden of France,’ the Loire Valley boasts an abundance of vineyards and exceptional produce flourishing along the riverbanks.

We encourage guests to indulge in a gastronomic experience while exploring the valley, be it wine tasting with a local producer, fine dining in charming towns like Sancerre or Nantes, or visiting a local market such as the daily one in Tours, where your guide will acquaint you with the intricacies of this quintessentially French activity.


Renowned for its wine, Bordeaux is home to 60 appellations and 7,000 winemakers, making it the heart of one of the world’s oldest and most esteemed wine regions.

However, visiting Bordeaux isn’t solely about wine – the River Garonne and Gironde estuary also offer rich cultural experiences, picturesque chateaux, and delightful wine tourism. Venture south to savor fresh oysters and experience the sublime sandy beaches of the Arcachon basin while basking in the French joie de vivre.

Reims & Champagne

Reims holds a dual reputation as the birthplace of champagne and the City of Kings, where 33 French monarchs were crowned in its cathedral between 816 and 1825.

No visit to Reims would be complete without a champagne tasting; partake in a private cellar tour at one of the city’s renowned champagne houses, led by the head vintner, who will reveal why this small region in France is the only place in the world where champagne can be produced.


As a wine region with a rich history dating back to 854, Burgundy features five primary growing areas: Chablis, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise, Côte des Nuits, and Mâconnais. The region’s winemaking prowess emerged when monks first arrived and cultivated the fertile land.