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Enjoy a Braw tour of France with our private tour specialists and a complimentary custom tour itinerary for the perfect French vacation!

From major landmarks in iconic cities like Paris and Bordeaux to vineyards, mountain ranges, and historic sites where famous thinkers, writers, and leaders lived, worked, and inspired generations to come, we have local experts in every region of France

Simply request your custom itinerary and find out what our tour planning specialists can prepare for you.

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Seamless Vacation Planning in France

At Braw Tours, we take care of every aspect of your time in France.

We have partnered with the finest guides, chauffeurs, and air-conditioned vehicles in France, allowing us to offer our free cancellation guarantee, 24/7 English language in-country support, and tour planning suite regardless of where you would like to travel in France.

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The Louvre

Louvre Museum

Every trip to the capital deserves a guided visit to the Louvre to discover the wealth of treasures it contains. The museum houses western works of art dating from the Middle Ages to 1848, in addition to collections of ancient oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman civilizations, as well as graphic and Islamic arts. From room to room, the former royal palace reveals its masterpieces to the public: the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus de Milo, The Winged Victory of Samothrace, and many more.

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Eiffel Tower

 A global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world, a sightseeing trip to Paris wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower.

While you will catch glimpses of the tower as you travel throughout Paris, we recommend first-time visitors make the most of the opportunity by touring the structure itself. There are three levels for visitors, with restaurants on the first and second levels and a viewing deck on the third (906 ft above ground).

The tower is the most visited-paid tourist attraction in the world so if you’d like to include it in your itinerary we do generally recommend purchasing in advance our skip-the-line tickets to avoid queuing.

Musée d'Orsay, France

Musée d'Orsay

Home of Monet’s incredible Water Lilies, which is a permanent exhibition as well as art from Cezanne, Modigliani, and Picasso to name a few of the famous artists displayed at this museum. The museum is located in the Tuileries garden close to the Louvre where you can enjoy a stroll along the banks of the Seine after your private tour and have lunch at one of the nearby brasseries.

Champs-Élysées, Paris, France


The most beautiful and well-known avenue in Paris. It connects Arc de Triomphe with the Place de la Concorde and is considered one of the world’s most famous commercial streets.

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For such a small territory, Monaco has earned a reputation as one of the most luxurious tourist resorts in the world. The cascading hills leading towards crystalline shores populated by gleaming white yachts are the last word in luxury. 

Perhaps more than any other, Monaco is the favored destination of the rich and famous on the French Riviera. Contact our team and we will design a luxury tour itinerary for your time here.

Nice, France, Tours


The Paillon River, now partly built over, separates the new town to the west from the old town, the harbor, and the commercial district to the east. The old town, with narrow winding streets, stands at the western base of a granite hill known as Le Château. The harbor, begun in 1750 and extended after 1870, is now used primarily by ferry services to Corsica, sailing craft, and yachts. The most striking part of the new town is the famous Promenade des Anglais, which originated in 1822 as a path along the shore built by the English colony.

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Saint Tropez

What began as a quiet fishing village transformed into one of the premier destinations for visitors and international A-list celebrities in the French Riviera.

As far back as the 19th century, Saint Tropez was a quiet town on the coast of France. By the late 1800s, many writers and artists traveled to the area for inspiration such as Paul Signac, Henry Matisse, and Guy de Maupassant.

Over time, more artists and celebrities fell in love with the area including Ernest Hemingway, Brigitte Bardot, Pablo Picasso, and many more. Today it still attracts the world’s most famous celebrities.

Cannes, France


Known as the Beverly Hills of the Riviera, Cannes is an elegant coastal city located just west of Nice. 

We start your tour of Cannes with a visit to Le Suquet, the original Roman hillside settlement of Cannes which is filled with pastel-colored houses and cottages and narrow cobbled streets, and stop for refreshments in one of the many hillside cafes that overlook the Bay of Cannes.  

Next, we head to the indoor market, Marche Forville filled with local farmers and artisan food manufacturers.

In the afternoon head to the Grand Auditorium for a private tour, your driver guide will even take a photograph of you on the famous red-carpeted steps outside the building. Later stroll along the iconic  La Promenade de Croisette.

Mont Blanc, French Alps, France

Chamonix & Mont Blanc

Chamonix is primarily known as a winter ski resort, in fact, the first Olympic Winter games were held here in 1924. Things have changed over the decades and even in summer, Chamonix is a thriving busy town. We head first to the famous Aiguilles des Midi, one of the world’s highest (and steepest) cable cars which only takes 20 minutes to reach its destination which is 3,842 m high. Step out of the cable car and take in the most spectacular views of the Alps and of course Mont Blanc For those of you more adventurous you can step onto a viewing platform which is essentially a glass box suspended over the mountain face.

Grenoble City, France, French Alps


Known as the Capital of the Alps, Grenoble town is famous for winter sports, hiking, museums, and universities. 

Val d'Isère French Alps Skiing

Val d'Isère

Perhaps the premier skiing resort town in the French Alps ski lifts give access to sites like the steep Face de Bellevarde, a black-rated piste, and the Grande Motte glacier, known for summer ski runs.

Vercors National Park France French Alps

Vercors National Park

Get in touch with Nature on your French vacation with a curated and guided tour of the forested mountains, natural beauty, and wildlife found here.

Loire Valley Wine

Loire Valley

Known as the ‘Garden of France’ due to its plentiful vineyards and superb produce that grows along the banks of the river, we always encourage our guests to try a gastronomy experience when touring the valley, whether that be a wine tasting experience with a local producer, fine dining in one of the local towns like Sancerre or Nantes, or visiting a local market such as the daily one in Tours where your guide can introduce you to the finer points of this classically French pastime.

Bordeaux Wine


When you think of Bordeaux, first and foremost – it’s wine that comes to mind. And no wonder, with 60 appellations and 7000 winemakers, the city is the capital of a region that is home to some of the oldest vineyards and finest wines in the world. When you visit Bordeaux, it’s not just about wine though – water is important too. A stroll along the banks of the River Garonne and the estuary of the Gironde reveals culture, nature, wine tourism, and enchanting chateaux. Head south to experience the glorious coastline, savor fresh oysters, and feel the silky sand of the Arcachon basin. Take the time to just be – and enjoy the joie de vivre.

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Reims & Champagne

Reims is not just famous for champagne, but it is also known as the City of Kings as it was in the cathedral in Reims that Kings of France were crowned from 816 until 1825 – an impressive 33 Kings. 

A visit to Reims would not be complete without a champagne tasting. Enjoy a private cellar tour in one of the city’s most famous champagne houses with their head vintner who will explain why this small area in France is the only place in the world where champagne can be produced.

Vines Wine Vineyard Blue Burgundy Nature France


This wine region has 5 key growing areas: Chablis, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise, Côte des Nuits and Macconais and has been a wine-producing region since 854 when local monks first arrived in the region.