Paris is world-renowned as the city of romance! It’s an incredibly impressive city, with the Eiffel Tower, the river Seine and many different neighbourhoods, from the grandeur of the Avenue de Champs-Élysées to the cosy terrace cafés of Marais. We can also arrange champagne tastings for you in Paris, or a beautiful wine bike tour through the city. Enjoy your stay in a lovely champagne-inspired 4-star hotel.
Day trip to Champagne
From the Champs-Élysées to the Avenue de Champagne. The latter is Champagne’s most famous street, located in Epernay. This village is considered the historical centre of Champagne and the only logical place for a grand main street of Champagne. The avenue itself is a picturesque place to stroll, as well as home to the grand champagne houses, such as Moët et Chandon and Laurent-Perrier. A must-see in Champagne!
Visit to a small champagne producer
During the day trip, you will visit a small, independent champagne producer. You will be welcomed by the owner or a family member, who will tell you all about their vineyards, the grape varietals they cultivate and naturally about their cuvées. You will also get to know the entire champagne production process, from grape pressing to bottling. Then, complete your tour by tasting the champagnes!
Visit to a famous champagne house in Reims
In addition to the independent champagne producer, you will visit one of the famous champagne houses. Here too, enjoy a tour followed by a champagne tasting. It’s quite a different experience to the smaller champagne producer.
Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims
Reims is the best-known city in Champagne. Thanks to its long history, there are many beautiful spots to visit and much to admire. The Notre Dame Cathedral is the most famous building in Reims. Many kings were crowned in this 800-year-old cathedral. Inside the gothic church you can admire the beautiful windows which were painted by Marc Chagall. The cathedral is one of the cultural highlights of the region.
Palais du Tau in Reims
If you’d like, you can also visit the Palais du Tau in Reims. This archiepiscopal palace was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1991, along with the Notre Dame Cathedral. Its construction dates to the 15th century: it was built between 1498 and 1509 and later partially reconstructed in 1675. The French kings who were crowned in the cathedral stayed at the palace during the coronation festivities.
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