Day 1 – PARIS – CHAMPAGNE

►Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims

Place of coronation of the Kings of France, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims was built in the 13th century. A World Heritage siteof UNESCO since 1991, it is the most beautiful achievement of Gothic art in France by its architecture and statues. The crypt of Notre-Dame de Reims evokes the primitive Cathedral of the Frankish nation – named by Clovis in 498.

►Champagne Producer

Before we get to Epernay, stop by to visit a wine cellar of a small producer of champagne. He will explain the entire production process. It ends with a delicious tasting of their products.

►Big Wine Cellar

Cellar Mercier or (equivalent): Champagne cellar visit with audio guide in English. Prices: Visit with one glass of Mercier Brut, € 13 per person. Miss Mercier Visit, one glass of Mercier Brut and Brut Rose, 18 € per person. Bolas de Ouro Visit, one glass of Mercier Brut, one glass of Mercier Rose and one glass of Réserve.

Day 2 – ALSACE

Visit to wine cellars and local wine producer.

Resling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Muscat d’Alsace, Sylvaner, Pinot blanc andKlevener.wine tour.

Strasbourg

Notre Dame Cathedral of Strasbourg

La petite France

This is the most picturesque area of the antique Strasbourg. Fishermen, millers and tanners previously lived and worked in this neighborhood. The magnificent timbered houses date back to the 16th and 17th centuries. The pitched roofs are open in lofts where once they used to dry skins.

►La Maison Kammerzell

Jewel of the town, this House is the rich hours of several generations of traders. In the 15th century, its stone ground floor was a store. The richly carved studs adorning the upper floors date from 1589.

►Visit to a wine producer

Turckheim Wine Cellar (or equivalent)

Day 3 – OBERNAI – COLMAR

Obernai

The Medieval little town of Obernaiis the legendary birthplace of Saint Odile. The second most visited village in Alsace after Strasbourg.

►Visit the village on a train with audio guide.

Colmar

Colmar village full of charm and capital of Alsace wines.

►Visit the village on a train with audio guide.

►Boat tour through the canals.

►Covered market and its fine products (wine, cheese, fruits, …)

►House of the sculptor of the statue of liberty

Day 4 –BOURGOGNE

Beaune

Beaune is the capital ofBourgonha wines. Also called the Champs Elysées of Bourgonha.Nearby we have (Nuits-Saint-Georges, Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard…) well-known names for the amateurs of wine.

►God Hotel.

►Visit to the Pommard Wine Cellar: guided in French or English.

Day 5 –FONTAINEBLEAU- Paris

►Fontainebleau Castle

The Castle of Fontainebleau is proud to have hosted eight centuries of continuous sovereign presence. Capétiens, Valois, Bourbons, Bonaparte or Orléans, each Member of the dynasties that ruled France managed to get a wall. Kings and queens, emperors and empresses have worked to improve the Castle that was built around the original dungeon.

Included: Car with private driver,Hotel *** with breakfast, double room, tickets for the tours.

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