Best of England and France 14-Day Tour Itinerary

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Travel England & France in 2 Weeks

Welcome to our meticulously crafted 14-day best of England and France tour itinerary, designed to showcase the very best of these two iconic nations.

Connected by the Channel Tunnel, our guided tour itinerary blends the two countries’ historical grandeur and modern vibrancy. Every day promises a new adventure from the bustling streets of London to the romantic allure of Paris and from the rolling hills of the English countryside to the vineyard-draped landscapes of France.

Join us as we embark on this extraordinary exploration of England and France’s most celebrated highlights.

Highlights of Our 2-Week England & France Itinerary

Day 1: Oxford and Blenheim Palace

guided tour of Blenheim Palace, England
Blenheim Palace, England

We begin with a delightful westward journey from your accommodation in London, venturing into England’s historical and academic heart: Oxford.

Join your driver guide in the morning to explore this prestigious city, celebrated for hosting England’s oldest university, which is a treasure trove of scholarly excellence and architectural marvels.

Oxford’s skyline, gracefully punctuated by the ‘dreaming spires’ as poetically termed by the Victorian poet Matthew Arnold, is a testament to the stunning architectural splendor of its university buildings. As we stroll through these grand structures, we immerse ourselves in the rich academic atmosphere, where centuries of learning echo through halls and corridors.

These buildings are not just aesthetically pleasing landmarks; they serve as the vibrant epicenter for the university’s ceremonial and educational activities.

Blenheim Palace - Churchill's House

Following a classically English-style lunch, your next destination is an exclusive private tour of the magnificent Blenheim Palace, a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture.

This extraordinary palace, nestled in the heart of the English countryside, is the residence of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of the renowned wartime leader, Sir Winston Churchill. As we explore the lavishly decorated staterooms, admire the intricate tapestries, and marvel at the exquisite artwork, we’ll be transported back to an era of unparalleled elegance and historical significance.

The palace’s sprawling gardens, designed by the famous landscape architect Capability Brown, offer a serene and picturesque backdrop, perfect for a leisurely stroll. This tour provides an intimate glimpse into the lives of the aristocracy and a deep dive into the rich tapestry of British history, making it an unforgettable experience for history enthusiasts and lovers of fine art and architecture.

Return to London with your private driver to spend the evening.

Day 2: Cotswold Villages Adventure

Cotswolds, England

Set off on a journey through the heart of the Cotswolds, where every village and landscape encapsulates the quintessence of English charm. This tour promises an immersive experience into the picturesque and historical richness of one of England’s most celebrated regions.

Broadway Village

Our day begins in the enchanting village of Broadway, nestled at the base of the Worcestershire hills. Recognized as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this village will captivate you with its serene ambiance and stunning vistas.

Broadway is a tapestry of historic charm, featuring honey-colored stone cottages, quaint village greens, and the chance to witness local cricket teams in action.

The village itself is a living postcard from the past, where the broad and historic High Street is lined with ancient limestone buildings and majestic horse chestnut trees. Stroll through this charismatic spectacle and feel the centuries of history that resonate from every stone and corner.

After soaking in the beauty of Broadway, we’ll enjoy a delightful lunch at a local eatery, offering a taste of the region’s culinary delights.


Post-lunch, our journey takes us to the unique and beautiful Bourton-on-the-Water. Often described as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds,’ this village is famed for its picturesque bridges that span the gently flowing Windrush River. Some of these bridges have stood since the 1600s, bearing witness to the village’s rich history.

As you explore Bourton-on-the-Water, you’ll be walking through streets that hold secrets from as far back as the Stone and Bronze Ages. This village isn’t just about scenic beauty; it’s a portal into a past that has shaped the present.

The Dragonfly Maze Adventure

The Dragonfly Maze offers an engaging and fun diversion for those traveling with children or the young at heart.

This traditional yew hedge maze, with its 14 clues leading to a center adorned with a golden dragonfly, is truly a playful and charming way to engage with the local culture and landscape!

Your accommodation will be in the Cotswolds for the evening.

Day 3: Discovering Bath's Historical Splendor

Bath City
Bath City, England

On day 3 of our itinerary, we journey through time in the historic city of Bath.

Known for its Roman roots and Georgian architecture, Bath offers a tapestry of cultural and historical experiences. Your guide, well-versed in the city’s past, will lead you through cobbled streets and architectural wonders, making every moment of the tour an enlightening experience.

Roman Baths and Bath Abbey

Our first stop is the iconic Roman Baths. Dating back to 70 AD, these well-preserved baths are a window into ancient Roman life in Britain. Filled daily with steaming natural spring water, they provide a stunning glimpse into historical bath culture. The adjacent interactive museum offers a deeper dive into Roman Britain, enriching your understanding of this historical era.

Divided into four main sections – the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bathhouse, and finds from the Roman Bath – each area offers a unique perspective on Roman life and architecture. Your guide will bring these ancient spaces to life, detailing their historical significance and the rituals that once took place within these walls.

As we stroll through Bath, the majestic Bath Abbey comes into view. Your guide will share intriguing stories of this Gothic masterpiece, a cornerstone in Bath’s architectural and spiritual history.

Culinary Delights and Bustling Markets

Bath is not just about historical structures; it’s a haven for food lovers. The city’s streets are filled with the aromas of local eateries and the vibrant sounds of bustling markets.

This is the perfect opportunity to savor Bath’s culinary offerings, with your guide recommending the best spots for a memorable meal or to sample local treats.

The Royal Crescent

No visit to Bath is complete without seeing the Royal Crescent. This architectural marvel features a sweeping crescent of Georgian townhouses with breathtaking views over the city.

Your guide will provide insights into the design and stories of the notable residents who have inhabited these iconic buildings.

Return to your accommodation in Bath for the evening.

Day 4: Stonehenge Wonders and Windsor Castle Grandeur

Stonehenge, England

On Day 4, prepare for a journey back in time as you visit two of England’s most iconic landmarks: the enigmatic Stonehenge and the regal Windsor Castle.

This tour blends ancient mysteries and royal splendor, taking you from the Neolithic era to the heart of the British monarchy.

Stonehenge: A Neolithic Enigma

Our first destination is Stonehenge, the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. Witness the awe-inspiring stone circle, a marvel of Neolithic engineering, erected around 2500 BC. Stonehenge’s history spans over 5,000 years, beginning as an early henge monument and evolving into a site surrounded by numerous burial mounds from the early Bronze Age.

As you explore the site, learn about the ingenuity of the Neolithic people who constructed this wonder with simple tools and technologies. Although direct access to the stones is restricted, the panoramic views offer a profound sense of mystery and connection to the past.

Windsor Castle: A Royal Legacy

After delving into ancient history, we head towards Windsor Castle, the oldest occupied castle in the world and a residence of British monarchs, including the late Queen Elizabeth II and now King Charles III.

Established by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, the castle has served as a fortress and royal abode, playing a pivotal role in the Norman conquest of England.

Marvel at the grandeur of Windsor Castle, which houses 300 fireplaces and around 450 clocks! Explore the country’s oldest working kitchen, operational since Edward III’s reign. The castle’s scale and history are a testament to its significance in British history.

Notably, Windsor Castle was the chosen venue for the globally celebrated wedding of the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry. This adds a contemporary layer to the rich tapestry of the castle’s history.

Return to London

Concluding your visit to Windsor Castle, your driver guide will escort you back to your hotel in London.

Day 5: Exploring the Heart of London

A Royal Walking Tour, London Buckingham Palace
London, Buckingham Palace, England

Your fifth day is dedicated to discovering the iconic landmarks of London. From the historic halls of Westminster Abbey to the modern vibrancy of the city’s financial district, this tour offers a comprehensive exploration of London’s rich history and cultural heritage.

Westminster Abbey: A Journey Through History

The day begins with a pick-up from your hotel, leading you to the grand Westminster Abbey.

Here, you’ll embark on a captivating 90-minute tour, delving into a millennium of British history. The Abbey, a site of coronations, royal weddings, and burials, offers a unique glimpse into the nation’s past.

Iconic Landmarks and the Changing of the Guard

Next, we’ll drive past London’s most famous sights, including the iconic Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Downing Street, and Whitehall.

The morning’s highlight is a visit to Buckingham Palace to witness the ceremonial Changing of the Guard at 11.30 am, a quintessentially British spectacle of military precision and pageantry.

Trafalgar Square and National Gallery

Our journey continues to Trafalgar Square, where you’ll marvel at the towering Nelson’s Column.

A tour of the National Gallery follows, offering a chance to view some of the finest art collections in the world.

City of London and St. Paul's Cathedral

In the afternoon, the tour shifts to the City of London. You’ll pass by landmarks such as The Old Bailey, Threadneedle Street, The Monument commemorating the Great Fire of London, and the bustling modern financial district.

The final stop is the majestic St. Paul’s Cathedral. With its stunning dome and rich history, this architectural masterpiece promises to be a highlight of your London experience.

Overnight in central London accommodation.

Day 6: Discovering London's Treasures

shopping trip at Harrods London
Harrods, London, England

Your day begins at the Natural History Museum, a magnificent edifice housing one of the world’s most extensive collections of natural specimens.

Natural History Museum: A World of Wonders

Established in 1881, this museum is not just a repository of knowledge but a celebration of scientific curiosity.

Its vast array of exhibits includes dinosaurs, gemstones, and a plethora of specimens spanning the natural world. With nearly 80 million items in its collection, it offers an unparalleled glimpse into the diversity of life and the history of our planet.

Harrods: Luxury and Elegance

A short walk from the museum, Harrods awaits – possibly the world’s most renowned department store.

Since its inception in 1834, Harrods has evolved from a wholesale grocery to a bastion of luxury. The store is a marvel of extravagant décor, featuring statues, fountains, and the famous Egyptian hall. Offering more than just upscale shopping, Harrods also boasts 21 diverse eateries, ranging from sushi and steak to Middle-Eastern cuisine, providing a culinary experience as refined as its shopping.

Hamleys: A Toy Wonderland

Next, dive into the whimsical world of Hamleys, the oldest toy store globally. Established 255 years ago, Hamleys is a paradise for children and adults alike.

Spread across seven floors, each level offers a different category of toys – from stuffed animals and interactive gadgets to games and hobby supplies.

Afternoon Tea at The Savoy

In the afternoon, indulge in the quintessentially British tradition of Afternoon Tea at The Savoy. Enjoy this elegant experience in the Thames Foyer, under a stunning glass dome, accompanied by the soothing melodies of a pianist.

The Savoy’s Afternoon Tea is not just a meal; it’s an event that encapsulates British sophistication and charm.

Evening VIP Experience on the London Eye

As the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel, it offers an unparalleled view of London’s skyline.

In the comfort of a private pod, sip champagne and enjoy canapés while marveling at iconic landmarks like Buckingham Palace and St. Paul’s Cathedral. The 360-degree panoramic views from the apex of the Eye will leave you with unforgettable memories of London’s grandeur.

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Day 7: From London to Paris via Eurostar and Culinary Adventures

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Paris, France

Your chauffeur will deliver you to the Eurostar, where you will board the train to make your way through the Channel Tunnel, which boasts the longest underwater section of any tunnel in the world.

The comfortable and swift journey, lasting just over two hours, brings you into the heart of Paris. Upon arrival, another short chauffeured journey will take you to your hotel in Paris, where you can settle in and refresh before the evening’s activities.

Gourmet Food Tour of the Latin Quarter

Once you’re ready to explore, prepare for a gourmet food tour in the Latin Quarter, one of Paris’ most historic and vibrant neighborhoods.

The tour begins in the bustling heart of the Quarter, walking through medieval streets and past landmarks like the Sorbonne and the Pantheon. You’ll gain insights into how Paris’ history has shaped its gastronomy.

The first culinary stop is the renowned “Boulangerie Poilâne,” famous for its exceptional baguettes. Here, you’ll learn about the art of French bread-making and sample some of the finest bread in the city.

As the tour progresses, wander through the charming streets of the Latin Quarter, visiting artisan food stalls and stores. Enjoy tastings at places like “A La Belle Équipe” and “Maison Stohrer,” sampling exquisite cheeses, charcuteries, and other Parisian specialties.

Dinner at L'Oiseau Blanc

Conclude your day with a luxurious dinner at L’Oiseau Blanc, a rooftop restaurant offering a panoramic view of Paris.

The restaurant combines elegance and sophistication in its décor, reflecting Paris’ cultural richness. As you dine, enjoy breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, making for an unforgettable dining experience.

Day 8: Exploring Artistic Masterpieces in Paris

Louvre, Paris, France

Naturally, we must dedicate a day in our itinerary to exploring Paris’s artistic soul. France is a global center of artistic innovation and expression, and today, we delve into the Louvre and Orangerie Museum.

Guided Tour of the Louvre

Your private guide will join you as you visit the iconic Louvre Museum, a global symbol of art and culture.

Housing over 35,000 works of art, the Louvre is the most visited and the largest museum in the world, spreading across 15 acres. Its galleries showcase an array of masterpieces, including the world-renowned Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.

Before you start your tour, discuss with your private guide to tailor your visit according to your interests. Given the immense size of the museum, it’s important to strategize your tour to make the most of your time.

Whether you spend moments admiring each masterpiece or quickly glance through the collections, the Louvre offers an unparalleled experience of artistic exploration.

Afternoon at the Orangerie Museum

Adjacent to the Louvre, your next stop is the Orangerie Museum. Originally built in 1853 by Napoleon III to house the citrus trees of the Tuileries Garden during winter, this museum has evolved into a sanctuary for art.

Post-World War One, the Orangerie became a space dedicated to artists, now famously known as the permanent home of Claude Monet’s eight large Water Lilies murals.

These mesmerizing paintings, created specifically for the State, were initially intended for the Rodin Museum but ultimately found their home in the Orangerie after extensive negotiations.

The museum boasts Monet’s creations and houses works by legendary artists like Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Henri Rousseau.

Day 9: Montmartre Wonders and a Night at Moulin Rouge

Guide showing guests the Sacre Coeur, known as Sacred Heart of Montmartre church.
Sacré-Cœur, Paris, France

Your ninth day in Paris takes you to Montmartre, home to the iconic Sacré-Cœur Basilica.

Montmartre embodies Parisian charm and creativity with its cobbled streets, charming bistros, and vibrant artistic history. This district, famous for inspiring countless artists, musicians, and writers, maintains its enchanting village-like ambiance.

Ascend to the Sacré-Cœur, situated atop a hill, and be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the Paris skyline. From La Défense to Bois de Boulogne, the panorama stretches over 20 miles on a clear day. The Basilica itself, a white Romano-Byzantine masterpiece, is visible from various parts of Paris. Inside, you’ll find France’s largest mosaic and marvel at the grandeur of the architecture.

Don’t miss the chance to climb the 250 stairs to the top of the dome. Although a bit of a trek, the panoramic view from the circular Gallery is unparalleled, offering vistas extending to La Défense, the Eiffel Tower, and beyond.

Evening Show at Moulin Rouge

Your evening is reserved for the glamour and excitement of the Moulin Rouge. Begin with early entry into this legendary venue, setting the stage for a night of exquisite French cuisine and breathtaking entertainment. Indulge in a three-course dinner crafted by the Moulin’s head chef, complemented by fine champagne, preparing you for the night’s spectacle.

As the clock strikes 21:00, the show “Féerie” commences. This dazzling performance, featuring the renowned Doriss Girl Dancers, is an explosion of feathers, sequins, and sparkles.

Each of the five scenes is crafted to captivate and entertain, showcasing a blend of tradition and modernity for which the Moulin Rouge is celebrated. This unforgettable night, filled with the essence of Parisian cabaret, promises to be a highlight of your Parisian adventure.

Day 10: Champagne Region Exploration and Tasting

Champagne Village, Tasting, Private Tours,
Champagne, France

Start your day with a journey to the historical Champagne region in France’s Grand Est, close to the borders of Belgium and Luxembourg.

Your driver guide will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to the world’s oldest champagne house: Ruinart. Established in 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart, inspired by his Uncle, a Benedictine monk, Ruinart transformed from a draper to a pioneer in sparkling wine production.

Explore the extensive cellars of Ruinart, which include eight kilometers of Gallo-Roman chalk quarries (crayères) under Reims. These crayères, now a historic monument, have been used since 1768 to age Ruinart’s wines. Learn about the fascinating history of these cellars, including their plundering during the war, which left no wines pre-dating 1945.

Experience the unique taste of Ruinart’s champagnes, known for their elegance, fullness, and generosity. This is attributed to their diverse grape sourcing policy, balancing the austere terroir of the Côtes des Blancs with grapes from Montage de Reims, Sézannais, and Côte du Pertois. Don’t miss the chance to try their acclaimed Blanc de Blancs during your tastings.

Lunch Options and Afternoon Activities

For lunch, several options are available to enhance your Champagne experience. Choose from a traditional local restaurant or a Michelin-starred establishment (reservations required, payment on site). Alternatively, enjoy a Champagne pairing lunch in a Champagne house for a complete gastronomic experience.

In the afternoon, indulge in a private visit and tasting at the domain of a premium boutique Champagne producer. Although this visit doesn’t include a cellar tour, it offers an intimate insight into the craftsmanship of boutique champagne production.

Continue your exploration by visiting the Avenue de Champagne, one of the world’s most luxurious streets, and other UNESCO sites, including Hautvillers, the village of the famous monk Dom Pérignon.

Return to Paris

As your day in the Champagne region concludes, your chauffeur will ensure a comfortable journey back to your accommodation in Paris, marking the end of an exquisite and enlightening Champagne experience.

Day 11: Exploring the Majestic Loire Valley

Château de Chambord, Chambord, France(
Château de Chambord, France

Begin your day in the Loire Valley, often called the ‘Garden of France,’ known for its stunning landscapes and majestic river.

Château de Chambord: A Renaissance Masterpiece

The highlight is the incredible Château de Chambord. With grounds as expansive as central Paris, it’s the largest park in Western Europe, covering 5,440 hectares.

Chambord is the most majestic castle in the Loire. It was commissioned by King Francis I and inspired by Leonardo da Vinci. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an architectural gem, featuring a unique double-helix staircase, 426 rooms, 83 staircases, 282 fireplaces, and over 4,500 art objects in its lavishly decorated apartments.

Amboise: A Town of History and Wine

Next, travel to the charming town of Amboise, nestled along the Loire River. Rich in history and architecture, Amboise offers a quintessential Loire Valley experience.

You’ll enjoy a wine tasting here, sampling the region’s renowned vintages. Pair this with a delightful lunch at a local restaurant, savoring the flavors of the Loire Valley.

Château de Chenonceau: The 'Chateau des Dames'

Conclude your day at the Château de Chenonceau, often called the “Chateau des Dames” due to its history shaped by influential women like Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de Medici. This castle stands out for its stunning architecture and Renaissance gardens that gracefully span the Cher River.

Discover the chateau’s rich past, dating back to the 13th century. Learn about Diane de Poitiers’ influential role and the lavish renovations under Catherine de Medici, including the first fireworks display in France. The chateau also hosted Louise Dupin’s literary salon, frequented by notable figures such as Voltaire and Rousseau.

Inside, marvel at the exquisite furniture collection, tapestries, and paintings by artists like Rubens, Tintoretto, and Veronese. Highlights include Diane de Poitiers’ bedroom, the Green Study, the Gallery, and the kitchens. After your guided tour, immerse yourself in the serene beauty of the gardens, a perfect end to your day in the Loire Valley.

Day 12: Bordeaux and St Emilion - A Journey Through Wine and Heritage

Place de la bourse in the evening in Bordeux.
Place De la Bourse, Bordeaux, France

Take the high-speed train from the Loire and arrive less than 2 hours later in the stunning city of Bordeaux – France’s 5th Largest city. As of 2007, both the city and its port were granted UNESCO World Heritage status.

Bordeaux: A Blend of History and Modernity

This coastal city includes the largest estuary in Europe and is home to over 350 Monuments Historique; only Paris has more historically significant buildings.

Your private half-day tour commences at Place De la Bourse, designed by Jacques Gabriel, the principal architect behind Versailles. Adjacent to these NeoClassical marvels lies the contemporary Water Mirror, the world’s largest reflecting pool, offering perfect photo opportunities with its steamy surface.

Don’t miss La Grosse Cloche, dating back to the Middle Ages, where you can explore the prison and dungeons within the bell’s gateway. Amidst Bordeaux’s stunning architecture, discover over 35 Michelin-starred restaurants and Rue Sainte Catherine, Europe’s longest shopping street, offering everything from high fashion to local crafts.

Cité du Vin: A World-Class Wine Experience

Next, visit the iconic Cité du Vin, an immersive museum dedicated to the world of wine. This international museum, shaped by over 100 advisors from 40 countries, offers a fun and educational tour through the history of wine. Cap off your visit at the Belvedere wine bar on the top floor, where panoramic views over Bordeaux accompany your wine tasting.

St Emilion: A UNESCO World Heritage Wine Region

In the afternoon, explore the prestigious wine region of Saint-Emilion, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Start with a visit to a renowned winery, followed by a guided stroll through the medieval village. Your experience continues with a wine tasting in the Entre-deux-Mers appellation, accompanied by a picnic-style lunch amidst the vineyards.

The tour culminates with a visit and tasting at a Grand Cru Classé winery in the Margaux appellation. By day’s end, you’ll have honed your wine-tasting skills and learned to distinguish between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot-based wines, enriching your understanding and appreciation of this celebrated wine region.

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Day 13: The Enchanting Dordogne Villages - Sarlat and Bergerac

private tours of Sarlat Village, France
Sarlat Village, France

Your journey through the Dordogne region begins in the captivating medieval village of Sarlat. Known as one of Europe’s finest and well-preserved medieval towns, Sarlat is a treasure trove of history and beauty.

Start your exploration on Rue de Republique, the main artery of this stunning town, lined with yellow sandstone buildings and half-timbered houses. Wander through the labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, discovering quaint squares and hidden alleyways.

If your visit coincides with market day, indulge in the local artisan produce such as foie gras and truffle-infused cheese. For lunch, choose between dining in the town or at one of the many chateaux open to the public, offering a unique culinary experience amidst historical settings.

Bergerac: A Blend of Wine and Culture

Next, head to Bergerac, renowned for its old town brimming with half-timbered houses dating back to the 14th century. Immerse yourself in the narrow cobbled streets, each turn revealing the town’s rich history and charm.

A visit to le Cloitre de Recollets is a must for wine enthusiasts. This site, a collection of former monastic buildings from the mid-17th century, hosts a permanent exhibition about local vineyards. Enjoy a private wine-tasting session with one of the region’s head sommeliers, deepening your appreciation for Bergerac’s wine heritage.

Spend your afternoon exploring the town’s art galleries and artisan craft shops, or take a stroll along the riverbanks, admiring the picturesque landscape dotted with sunflower fields.

Michelin-Starred Dining Experience

Conclude your day with a spectacular dining experience at one of the 35 Michelin-starred restaurants in the region. Your Luxury France team will arrange this memorable meal, ensuring your final night in France is filled with exquisite cuisine and a taste of the region’s culinary excellence.

Day 14: Eurotunnel Back to London or Transfer to Airport in Paris

Choose between a scenic Eurotunnel ride back to London or a comfortable chauffeur-driven transfer to Paris airport. Either way, conclude your journey with ease and reminisce about the unforgettable experiences from your European adventure.

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