Departure from Paris to Reims, visit of Reims Cathedral commented by our guide.
Guided tour (only in English) of the "Mumm" or "Pommery" cellars (subject to availability) with a Champagne tasting included
Following your visit to the cellars, your time is free to discover Reims
Lunch in the center of Reims included
Visit the Verzenay lighthouse and its magnificent vine museum, tasting of Champagne on site
Returning to Paris, a short stop to discover the charming village of Hautvillers
Outside the Porte Maillot metro station, at 277 Boulevard Pereire, 75017 Paris (near the McDonald's restaurant). A representative will be there holding a sign.
Discover the Rheims Cathedral, the city's most beautiful monument and one of the foremost achievements of the 13th century, Gothic art. This masterpiece is the place where the kings of France were crowned. with cellar visit & wine tasting.
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RHEIMS, CHAMPAGNE CAPITAL AND CEREMONIAL CITY
Capital of Champagne region, Reims is one of the most important historical cities of France and is well known for its famous and prestigious wine: Champagne.
Discover the Rheims Cathedral, the city's most beautiful monument and one of the foremost achievements of the 13th century, Gothic art. This masterpiece is the place where the kings of France were crowned.
CELLARS VISIT AND CHAMPAGNE TASTING
Cellar visit and Champagne tasting :
Proud of their traditions, Champagne producers will explain and share their knowledge on Champagne production, making and bottling. You will visit some incredible and old wine cellars and enjoy a delicious Champagne tasting. According to openings and availabilities, you will visit the cellars of Mumm or Pommery, two of the most famous houses of Champagne.
LUNCH IN RHEIMS
Close to Place d'Erlon, the "Côté Cuisine" restaurant is the place to be for people searching flavors and French traditional elegant cuisine.
The "Côté Cuisine" combines a familial restaurant and a gastronomic brasserie that proposes a large variety of French gastronomical menus.
VISIT OF THE LIGHTHOUSE OF VERZENAY AND CHAMPAGNE TASTING
Visit of the Lighthouse of Verzenay and Champagne tasting:
From the top of this original tower admire the wonderful overview on the vineyards. Discover the champagne vineyards and enjoy a great Champagne tasting.
On the way back to Paris, we will make a stop in the charming village of Hautvillers, the tiny village place where the monk Dom Pérignon, discovered, during the 18th century, the method Champagne making.
*Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health and must be taken with moderation.