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Book any TGV train trips as far ahead as possible, particularly if traveling with a rail pass. Tour Pont du Gard, then bus to Avignon and spend your afternoon/evening there (consider dinner).
Return to Arles by frequent train (some of these trains may require reservation; sleep in Arles) Day 14: Morning in Arles or Les Baux (by taxi or tour), afternoon train* to Nice via Marseille (4 hours; sleep in Nice) Day 15: All day for Nice, and maybe Antibes (sleep in Nice) Day 16: All day for Villefranche-sur-Mer and Monaco (sleep in Nice) Day 17: Morning train* to Lyon (7.5 hours).
Sights and tourist information offices keep shorter hours, and some tourist activities (such as English-language castle tours) vanish altogether.
On the other hand, winter travel allows you to see cities through the lens of a local, as hotels, restaurants, and sights are much calmer. Late in June, lavender blooms begin covering the hills of Provence.
* Indicates TGV train option — book well in advance.
And though many French businesses close in August, the traveler hardly notices.
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After touring Paris, take the TGV train to Avignon, rent a car there, and drop it in Nice (or use trains, buses, and minivan tours to get around). Travelers with a little more time could add Burgundy and/or the Alps, which are about halfway between Paris and Provence and easy to explore by car or train.
Day 1: Fly into Paris (save Paris sightseeing for the end of your trip), pick up your car, visit Giverny, and head to Honfleur (sleep in Honfleur) Day 2: Morning in Honfleur, afternoon in Bayeux visiting its tapestry and cathedral.
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