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Spending one week in France might seem just plain inadequate given the number of bucket-list destinations in the country. But there is a lot you can experience in that time if you make some smart choices. Combine a city or two with a region during your short trip. Give Paris a skip if you have already done it and go on a ski vacation in the French Alps, in Courchevel or Chamonix. Spend a few days exploring the vineyards of Loire Valley, or mingle with the jet set in Monaco and Cannes. Figure out for yourself all you can do during 7 days in France with our tours below.
|Day 1||Arrive at Cordes|
|Day 2||Travel to Vaour|
|Day 3||Climb up and explore the lovely old Bruniquel village|
|Day 4||Visit one of France’s most beautiful villages, Bastide of Puycelci|
|Day 5||Enjoy views of Castelnau de Montmiral as you approach it via a ridge|
|Day 6||Hike through the vineyards of Gaillac to the little town of Cahuzac-sur-Vere|
|Day 7||Depart Cordes after breakfast|
Starting and ending in the medieval town of Cordes, this one-week itinerary in France has everything that hiking enthusiasts look forward to. After having explored Cordes’ market and ancient streets, you are off to Vaour. Enjoy splendid views across the Aveyron Gorge and see the hulking Bruniquel Chateau as you continue your journey to the lovely old Bruniquel village. Follow the marks of prehistoric man through the ancient forest of Gresigne and hike among the scenic vineyards of Gaillac to the final destination of this trip. See all 7-day tours to France.
|Day 1||Arrive in Cahors, see the famous Valentré Bridge|
|Day 2||Hike through the sloping hill of Quercy Blanc to Lascabanes|
|Day 3||Continue to one of France’s most beautiful villages, Lauzerte|
|Day 4||Wander among lush forests and orchards on your way to Moissac|
|Day 5||Enjoy Lomagne’s surreal natural beauty, and spend the night in Auvillar|
|Day 6||Discover the rich history of Miradoux|
|Day 7||End your journey above the hills of Lomagne in Lectoure|
The quaint medieval villages, rolling hills, and pastoral setting of southern France give a fairy-tale vibe and act as your playground during this seven-day hiking trip. Take in the sweeping vistas of the Lot River and see the famous Valentré Bridge while in Cahors. Hike through the limestone plateaus of Quercy Blanc and visit the medieval village of Lauzerte. Spend a night in Moissac, formerly a major stop along the trail to Santiago de Compostela, and stand high above the hills of Lomagne in Lectoure, once the bastion of the Counts of Armagnac. Get in touch with a local travel expert for a customized trip to France.
As you can see, one week in France comes with all the possibilities of a unique holiday. Inspired? Check out all our 7-day trips in France. But if you’d like to create your own France trip, connect with our Travel Experts in France. For more ideas on possible trip durations, check out our guide on how long to spend in France.