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Day 10: Morning in Carcassonne, then on to Provence with a stop at the Pont du Gard aqueduct (sleep in or near Arles) Day 11: All day for Arles and Les Baux; visit Les Baux early or late (second night at same place in or near Arles) Day 12: Make a bee-line for the Riviera (sleep in Nice, Antibes, or Villefranche-sur-Mer). Day 13: Sightsee in Nice and Monaco (second night at same place in Nice, Antibes, or Villefranche-sur-Mer) Day 14: Make the long drive north to the Alps (sleep in Chamonix) Day 15: If the weather is clear, take the mountain lifts up to Aiguille du Midi and beyond (sleep in Chamonix) Day 16: Allow another half-day for the Alps (in Chamonix or Annecy), then head for Burgundy, ending in Beaune for wine-tasting (sleep in Beaune) Day 17: Spend a half-day in and around Beaune, then move on to Colmar (sleep in Colmar) Day 18: Enjoy Colmar and the Route du Vin villages (sleep in Colmar) Day 19: Return to Paris, visiting Verdun or Reims en route (collapse in Paris hotel) Day 20: Sightsee Paris (sleep in Paris) Day 21: More time in Paris (sleep in Paris) Day 22: Finish your sightseeing in Paris, and consider side-tripping to Versailles (sleep in Paris) This itinerary is designed primarily for train travel, with some help from buses, minivan tours, and taxis. Day 8: All day for touring Loire châteaux — good options by bus, bike, or minivan tour (sleep in Amboise) Day 9: Early train to Sarlat-la-Canéda (6 hours, arrive about ); afternoon and evening in Sarlat (sleep in Sarlat) Day 10: All day for caves and canoes by train and bike or minivan/taxi tour (sleep in Sarlat) Day 11: Train or bus to Carcassonne via Bordeaux (5.5 hours); dinner and evening wall walk (sleep in Carcassonne) Day 12: Train to Arles (4 hours); probably changes in Narbonne an Avignon.It takes 12 days of train travel to complete this trip: Buy a France Flexipass with nine train days and purchase point-to-point tickets for days 5, 7, and 14 (short and cheap trips). Day 1: Fly into Paris (sleep in Paris) Day 2: Sightsee Paris (sleep in Paris) Day 3: More time in Paris (sleep in Paris) Day 4: Train* and bus to Mont St-Michel via Rennes (4 hours, arrive in Mont St-Michel about ); afternoon and night on Mont St-Michel (sleep on Mont St-Michel) Day 5: Train to Bayeux (2 hours, arrive by noon); afternoon and evening in Bayeux (sleep in Bayeux) Day 6: All day for D-Day beaches by minivan, taxi, bike, bus, or a combination of these (sleep in Bayeux) Day 7: Train* to Amboise via Caen and St-Pierre des Corps (4.5 hours hours). Afternoon and evening in Arles (sleep in Arles) Day 13: Train to Nîmes and connect by bus to Pont du Gard.
For a 10- to 14-day trip that highlights Paris, Provence, and the Riviera, fly into Paris and out of Nice.
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Tour Chambord, then check in to your Amboise hotel before taking my guidebook's town walk (sleep in Amboise) Day 6: Do a day trip, touring Chenonceau and Cheverny or Chaumont (or all three if you don't need time later in Amboise).
Save time at the end of the day for sights in Amboise if you like (sleep in Amboise) Day 7: Leave early and head south to the Dordogne region, stopping en route at Oradour-sur-Glane; end Sarlat-la-Canéda and browse the town late today (sleep in Sarlat) Day 8: Take a relaxing canoe trip, and tour a prehistoric cave (sleep in Sarlat) Day 9: Head to the Languedoc-Roussillon region, lunch in Albi, then dinner and sleep in Carcassonne.Winter weather is gray, noticeably milder in the south (unless the wind is blowing), and colder and wetter in the north.