In a confortable 8 seats Mercedes Viano
This Bubble Tour is specially designed for you to understand the most successfull alcool worlwide : Champagne !
The Champagne region is not too far from Paris. After a ride in a motorway passing through important sites of WW1, we will first stop in REIMS, the capital.
After a walk in the old town visiting the cathedral where the french Kings were crowned, the royal square, remains of the Romans, we will visit one of the big cellars (Mumm, Taittinger, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart) to understand the whole process of champagne making.
Then, we will drive through a peacefull wine road on the top of the hills of the Montagne de Reims with wonderfull panoramas over the vineyards and the Marne valley.
We will stop for lunch and another tasting (with a small producer) in the village of HAUTVILLIERS where is buried. . . Dom Perignon
We will finish our visit with EPERNAY, its elegant villas and its famous avenue de Champagne, ideal for a last shopping (Castellane- Moët&Chandon. . . )
2days trip also available. Ask me !
Departure from your hotel in the morning around 8AM
The Champagne region is located nearby Paris : around 1:45 minutes driving
We will pass through lovely villages along the wine road (D980) of the "Montagne de Reims"
- Châtillon sur Marne
Discovery of the caves and monuments of the two capitals of Champagne :
Drive back to Paris at the end of the afternoon to reach Paris at around 6PM
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 10 hours 30 min.
Transportation in a 8 seats minivan (Viano by Mercedes)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euros - per person for lunch
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Ramon was our guide for a very enjoyable day trip through many of the key landmarks and beautiful countryside that comprises the Champagne Region of France. He has a very good grasp of history and the pivotal role played by the Church and the monarchy from the time of Clovis to the post-WWII rebuilding that brought this part of France into the 21st Century. We visited the tomb of Dom Perignon, the majestic Norte Dame cathedral in Reims, several Champagne houses, and wound our way through many villages.