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A week or more is a confortable time to visit Paris, with plenty of time for several excursions to Versailles, Chartres, Giverny and even the Loire Valley.

Arcade at the Palais de Versailles, near Paris, France
Arcade at Versailles...



The best thing about having a week or more for your trip to Paris, is that you can relax and truly savor the city: stroll its neighborhoods, attend a concert or service at one of the churches, dawdle in sidewalk cafés, inspect a good number of museums, take a cruise on the River Seine, and even attend the opera, ballet or a special art exhibit (if you've ordered your tickets online beforehand).

Follow our itinerary for A Week in Paris, then plan your excursions farther afield in the Île-de-France and beyond:


Versailles is more than the stupendous Château de Versailles—it's also a fine small French city with an excellent market, several museums, and relaxing parks. More...


Likewise the town of Chartres: you go to visit the breathtaking cathedral, with its brilliant stained glass windows, but the town, its parks, restaurants, cafés and markets are also a delight. Plan to spend the day. More...

Disneyland Paris

Different from the historic wonderlands of other excursions, but lots of fun, especially if you're traveling with children. More...


You've dreamed of visiting artist Claude Monet's home and gardens at Giverny, to see his water lilies for yourself. You can! Giverny is an easy, comfortable 45-minute train ride from Paris. More...

Loire Valley

It's possible to visit a grand château on the Loire on a day-trip from Paris, but much more rewarding to spend several days on an excursion there, making your base in Amboise, Blois, Chinon or Tours. More...

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Fountains, Chateau de Versailles, Paris, France

With a week or more, you can plan your visit to Versailles for a Sunday, when the fountains are playing.

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