Our incoming travel agency, founded in 1953, offers travel services to small and large groups in all french regions.
You will find on this site samples of the tours we can organise.
We will be happy to adapt them to your own projects and to create with you customized programs that meet your expectations.
All tourism operators are adapting to comply with the health rules applicable in France for the coming months and ensure the reception of their customers in the best conditions of safety, comfort and conviviality.
Our team is at your disposal to study your requests for 2020 and 2021
To better meet your expectations, each of our circuits is differentiated by a dominant character that catches up with one of our travel collections:
Classic programs that allow a general overview of the destination
Programs that include moments of sharing with locals who share the same passion or profession as the participants in the trip.
Programs that focus on the knowledge of the historical, architectural or spiritual heritage of France.
Programs establish to particularly attend an exhibition, a show, a festival or a local festival.
Besides Paris, the Île-de-France region has other “must-sees” that the visitor should not miss during his stay. Versailles, of course, and its majestic castle, but also Fontainebleau, residence of Napoleon I, Vaux le Vicomte, Chantilly, Saint-Germain-en-Laye which are so many witnesses of a rich historical past, without forgetting Chartres and Saint-Denis and their superb cathedral.
More recently, the Île-de-France has attracted many painters who have come to exercise their talent. Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise, Corot in Barbizon, Monet in Giverny, Renoir in Chatou to name only the most famous. Writers also were seduced by the region and resided there: Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Montmorency, Chateaubriant in Châtenay-Malabry, Dumas in Port-Marly, Cocteau in Milly-la-Forêt. So many artists workshops and writers houses available for visitors.
But the Île-de-France is also at the forefront of modernity with remarkable architectural achievements such as the La Défense business district, the building of the Louis Vuitton foundation designed by Franck Guery or the Philharmonie de Paris by Jean Nouvel without forgetting the Disneyland Park in Marne-la-Vallee, which attracts millions of visitors each year.