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Private Guide in Avignon

Private Guide in Avignon - Alain Lesomptier

(Member Since 2009) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Avignon Languages: English

Discover Provence and all its most intimate secrets on a private guided tour along less traveled routes aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned minibus. I would be very happy to take you to many wonderful places in the area that I just love. I can pick you up from your accommodations in Avignon, Aix en Provence, Arles... or from your cruise ship in the port of Marseille, and return you there upon completion of your tour.

Private Guide in Paris

Private Guide in Paris - Charles Pernot

(Member Since 2011) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Paris, Mont Saint-Michel Languages: french english

Hello, I'm Charles. After an experience of three years as a guide for a famous travel agency in Paris, I decided to share my love for our splendid country as a private guide. Thanks to my studies and my professional experience, I have acquired a great deal of knowledge enabling me to be the best of private guides for your French holidays.

Private Guide in Nice

Private Guide in Nice - Samuel Mauro

(Member Since 2014) Languages: French, Italiano, English, Español, Russian

I am a 30 years old local & passionate guide. I love to give my passion to the customers I accompagn in the most beautiful and interesting places of my region. I know very well the most known cities like Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Antibes, but also the little villages and I like to bring my guest off the beaten tracks to let them see the authentic villages and natural spots where tourists never go

Private guides in France


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Capital: Paris
Language: French
Currency: Euro (EUR)



France is located in western Europe, sharing land borders with Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Spain, and is just across the English Channel from the United Kingdom. France has shorelines on both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. France is also the most popular tourist destination in the world, topping more than 82 million visitors annually. 

The French Republic certainly has a great deal to offer visitors, making it no surprise that so many people want to come to this beautiful country on holiday. The agreeable weather is wonderful for beach-going along the French Riviera or “green tourism” in the picturesque rural countryside. The country is famous for its notable historical landmarks, for outstanding wines and gourmet  cuisine, and for a rich and vast cultural heritage. From castles to vineyards, museums to ski resorts, France is a country that knows how to keep its visitors entertained.

Of course, the Eiffel Tower in Paris is one of the world’s most renowned landmarks and the most visited paid tourist attraction in the world. The aptly nicknamed “City of Lights” is also famous for the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Versailles Palace, and the Louvre. If you want to go a little deeper than historical landmarks and museums, a tour through the catacombs beneath the city offers a more off-beat tourist experience.

Outside Paris, the French countryside is a wonderful and lovely scene of charming villages and vineyards, ancient medieval castles, and many historical sites. Chateau du Chambord is a Rennaissance fortress popular with tourists, and the Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel an important religious pilgrim destination on the coast of Normandy.  The Palace of the Popes near Avignon is one of the most impressive Gothic structures in the world, and the Chartres Cathedral features stained glass windows from the 13th century.

France’s Atlantic coast features the tallest sand dune in all of Europe beside the Arcachon Bay, the Dune of Pyla. The country’s Mediterranean shores are famous for the breathtaking beaches of the French Riviera, an area known for being the glamorous playground of millionaires in places like St. Tropez. For winter sports, Chamonix in the French Alps is a famous ski resort district.


Private Guide in Paris

Private Guide in Paris - Kafari David

(Member Since 2009) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Paris Languages: French, English, Spanish, Japanese

My name is David and I live in Paris. As a former guide for large tour groups I became frustrated because I was not able to give my full attention to 80 people. I decided to create my own tour-guide company, France Travel Tour, to give more personal service to tourists with my private guided tours and hotel reservation services. During my tours I collect information from tourists to improve my service, and I often keep contact with them.

Private Guide in Biarritz

Private Guide in Biarritz - Sightseeing in France

(Member Since 2013) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Bordeaux, Bayonne Languages: English, French, Spanish, German

In addition to the more common destinations like Paris, Versailles, Normandy, and the Loire Valley Castles; I really like to showcase the lesser-known regions of France: Dordogne (Aquitaine) - my favorite... the authentic heart of France... charming towns and villages with cobblestone streets and marvelous panoramic views... 12th century fortified castles overlooking a lazy weaving river....

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I will be cruising on Oceania with a group of 4 people. We will be overnight in Bordeaux on Sept10. We would like a vineyard tour with dinner in a chateau. I cannot find a guide on your list for this area. Do you know anyone who could help us in this area. Thank you Vincenza ...
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