Small Group Tours to Paris, Italy, Spain, Peru and Machu Picchu
Whenever I am on a tour to Italy, especially Florence, I like to go into the countryside. The hills are filled with olive trees and grape vines. Bicyclists go up and down the hills. It seems like on every distant hilltop sits a small fortified town. Read my blog post to find out more about my tour of the Chianti region.
One of the most popular Traveling Professor tours is our tours to Paris for ladies only. It is a week full of luxury, art, culture, shopping, and fun. We start the trip off with a private limo pickup at the Paris airport. We stay at a wonderful 4 star hotel in the heart of the authentic Latin Quarter, our small group size lets us move around Paris quickly and efficiently, we have professional tour guides leading us on a wonderful itinerary. Chocolate tasting, wine tasting, fashion and shopping sites are all on the plan. Join us for a tour of Paris for ladies only. Read the blog post for details.
A tour to Paris is not a tour to Paris without a visit to a market. Paris has a wide variety of markets selling flowers, food, antiques, toys, pets, and just about anything else you can think of. Take a look at The Traveling Professor's blog post to find out more about the best markets in Paris.
The big news is not that George Clooney will be getting married in Venice soon, it is that The Traveling Professor will be bringing a small group tour to Venice and the surrounding area. On this tour, we selected 12 experienced travelers to do one of my "preview tours". We'll be visiting The Veneto region that includes Venice, Verona, Venezia, and Lake Garda. To see the itinerary of our small group tour to Italy, check out the blog post.
Hotel rated as 3 stars in Paris usually are usually well-appointed. Good ones are tastefully decorated and have amenities like wi-fi, modern facilities, and quality services. However, on your tour to Paris, don't be surprised if the room size is small, regardless of star rating. Also, location has very little or nothing to do with the star rating. Most 3 star hotels in Paris I have stayed in do not have restaurants. See my blog post for my recommendations for the best 3 star hotels in Paris.
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