We have only 13 or 14 nights in France in Nov. Been to Paris before. What are the best areas to visit during this time?
My answer is still Paris, I mean what you've been two or three times for a week or two? LOL Thats not near enough time to say you are done with Paris. I guess the season has a lot to do with it, of course there are lots of interesting areas/towns/ cities to visit, but to me so many of them are fair weather type places, and in November I would expect alot of rain . At least in Paris you can spend alot of time indoors at museums. If you hate museums this could be a problem though.
As always queried,, what are your specific interests?
Maybe not Provence: day time temps in the 50's in most of Provence that month and Nov is also the rainier part of the year.
The weather should be tolerable just about anywhere you go in November, so I would ask what interests you? History? Food and wine? Natural scenery?
How about the D-Day beaches on Veterans Day, for a really meaningful trip that you will never forget. Normandy is beautiful with wonderful small towns. We enjoyed our stay in Bayeaux, but there are many more.
Will you have a car? If so you could get it at Orly and easily drive down the A6 to Burgundy, the Rhone Valley, and then to Provence ,and then back up to Paris. Maybe, 2 nights in Paris, 3 in Burgundy, 2 in the Rhone valley, 5 in Provence, and then back to Paris or Lyon and fly home.Send me a private message if you want accommodations .