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Journey Through Southern France

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Delve into the culture, cuisine and history of Southern France. Along the way, enjoy tours and tastings in some of the nation’s most famous wine regions. Experience a bit of Parisian life before taking the TGV to the Loire Valley. Relax during a night in the magnificently renovated Abbaye de Fontevraud. Witness the UNESCO wine region and medieval village of Saint-Emilion. In Bordeaux, visit a winery and drive along the famed “route des chateaux”. Stroll amid the narrow streets and half-timbered houses of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val. Tour and stay at the spectacular fortress at Carcassonne. Sample the flavors of Provence at the delightful Wednesday market at Saint-Remy-de-Provence. Tour the village of Avignon and marvel at the color and light show in Les-Baux. Many incredible moments and surprises await as you come to know Bordeaux and Provence.

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