France - the land of excellent cuisine, style, and culture. It is one of the top tourist destinations in the world due to its rich history and contrasting landscapes. France's glorious gardens, picturesque villages, thousands of museums, delicious wine, and majestic chateaux make it the perfect backdrop for your ensemble's overseas adventure.


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No trip to France would be complete without a visit to Paris. In a country the size of Texas, however, there is no shortage of beautiful and memorable places in addition to the City of Light. The Loire Valley, Provence, Normandy and Cote d'Azur are just a few of the diverse and must-see regions you'll love exploring.

  • Paris


    Known as the "City of Light" due to its role as a center of education during the Age of Enlightenment, Paris home to some of the world's most iconic landmarks. This culture city includes the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe the Louvre, and many more.



    Fondly referred to as Nice la Belle, Nice rests in the southeastern part of France. Its mild Mediterranean climate and seaside promenade, attracts travelers throughout the world. Truly a place of beauty, Nice has been a hub of talented artists and innovators for centuries. Indulge in a plethora of cuisines including some of the freshest seafood you'll find, as you take in stunning views of the sea and mountains.

  • Loire Valley

    Loire Valley

    Known as the Garden of France, most famous for its architectural heritage, historical towns, and incredible chateaux. It's abundant fruit orchards, vineyards, and fields line the Loire river in a picturesque pattern.



    This beautiful seaside area is famous for the stormy battle during World War II that resulted in the restoration of the French Republic and resulted in a major turning point in the war.

  • Lyon


    For many years this city was the center of French silk production and more recently it has gained a reputation for being the capital of Gastronomy in France. Lyon offers a great combination of historic and urban viewpoints. It is the second largest city in France and is home to the famous Lyon Conservatoire.



    Tours is a beautiful university town located in the heart of France's gorgeous Loire Valley, made famous because of its extravagant castles built in the time of French kings. Tours is a great place to stay when exploring these "chateaux" as it's quite centrally located and offers a lovely café atmosphere in the evenings. One can enjoy an aperitif at one of its many open-air squares, most notably, Place Plumereau, which is surrounded by historic half-timbered houses and is the liveliest part of the old town.

Music and the arts are part of the fabric of French life. From historic cathedrals and churches to concert halls, theatres and elegant gardens and parks, your ensemble can count on a great venue to perform in with an enthusiastic and supportive audience.

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