Day 1 - PARIS, CITY OF LIGHTS
Arrival at the airport. After entry formalities you will meet your local guide. Transfer to the city for a panoramic tour city tour (3:30/4:00 hours): Arch of Triumph, Trocadero, Eiffel Tower, Invalides, Champs Elysees, Concorde, Latin Quarter, Pantheon, Orsay Museum, Place Vendome, Opera etc….. Check into your hotel in Paris. Overnight.
Day 2 - WINE REGION OF CHAMPAGNE
In the mornig drive to the Champagne region. Guided tour of Reims, famous for its Cathedral where 25 Kings of France have been crowned over the centuries, but also St Remy’s Basilica, the Royal Square, and the March Gate. Free time for lunch. Continue on the Champagne Route via Hautvilliers, and the Abbey where Dom Perignon first created champagne, to Epernay and its prestigious Champagne Avenue where all the big names of Champagne have a boutique. Visit a champagne cellar for tasting. Overnight in the region of Reims.
Day 3 - TROYES AND DIJON
Departure for the city Troyes. Guided tour of the old town centre with its half-timbered 16th century houses, the Renaissance townhouses, and narrow alleys and inner courtyards dating back to the Middle Ages. Free time for lunch. In the afternoon arrival to Dijon. Guided tour of the city, one time capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, with its numerous churches and townhouses. Check in to your hotel in the region of Dijon. Overnight.
Day 4 - DIJON AND THE REGION
In the morning drive to Nuits St Georges along the Wine Route. Visit to the Cassissium museum dedicated to the history of cassis, or blackcurrant liqueur – tasting included. Free time for lunch. After lunch visit of one the wine caves of the region followed by a wine tasting. Return to the hotel for overnight.
Day 5 - BEAUNE AND THE MACON REGION
Going to Beaune, Burgundy’s wine capital. Guided tour of the town and the stupendous “Hospices” (former hospital). Free time for lunch.
Continue on to Macon and a short visit of the town. Check in to your hotel. Overnight.
Day 6 - BEAUJOLAIS GRANDS CRUS
Discover the Beaujolais region’s countryside and vineyards along the “Route des Crus” with two tastings allong the way. A former stronghold of the Counts of Beaujeu, the Beaujolais has a substantially rectangular area bounded by Valley Azergues south, the Beaujolais Mountains to the west, the valley of the Saône to the east and it is one of the best known wine regions of France. Return to the hotel for overnight.
Day 7 - DIJON - PARIS
Drive to Paris and stop on the way in Auxerre for a short visit. Free time for lunch. Afterwards continue to the Capital. Check in your hotel and free time for dinner.
Possibility to reserve a dinner cruise on the Seine.
Transfer to the airport for your return flight. End of our services.