Sample France Itineraries

Itinerary 1 – Champagne Adventure

Day 1 –  Meet your driver/guide at the hotel or airport, travel south-east through the Champagne region to the beautiful ancient city of Troyes the oldest wooden city in France. While travelling we will encounter charming villages and towns and take lunch at our leisure.

Day 2 – Start the day with a guided tour of the city, discover its underground city built and inhabited during the middle ages. Visit Troyes Cathedral made famous by Joan of Arc in 1492, also the Cathedral St. Madeline and the enchanting Musee D’Art Moderne. In the afternoon a short run to a local champagne producer.

Day 3 – Today we head to the ancient city of Reims capital of the champagne region, all the major champagne houses are in Reims and a visit to one is imperative.

Day 4 – Get to know Reims, visit the Cathedrale Notre Dame de Reims with its famous towers. Also the Abbey of St. Remi, the Palais de Tau, the Mars Gate, the museum of surrender (armistice signed here) and the Circuit de Reims-Gueux where the first official formula one race was held in 1950.

Day 5 -Today we visit Verdun site of the biggest battle of the First World War, we will see the ghost town of Fleury devant Douaumont abandoned during the war, the American Cemetery and The Trench of Bayonets.

Day 6 – Return to the airport or your hotel with pre-agreed visits dependent on your departure point.

Itinerary 2 – Champagne and Normandy Adventure

Day 1 – Meet your driver/guide at the hotel or airport, travel south-east through the Champagne region to the beautiful ancient city of Troyes the oldest wooden city in France. While travelling we will encounter charming villages and towns and take lunch at our leisure.

Day 2 – Start the day with a guided tour of the city, discover its underground city built and inhabited in the middle ages. Visit Troyes cathedral made famous by Joan of Arc in 1492, also the Cathedral St. Madeline and the enchanting Musee D’Art Moderne. In the afternoon a short run to a local champagne producer.

Day 3 – Today we head to the ancient city of Reims capital of the Champagne region, all the major champagne houses are in Reims and a visit to one is imperative.

Day 4 – Get to know Reims, visit the Cathedral Notre Dame de Reims with its famous towers. Also the Abbey of St. Remi, the Palais de Tau. the Mars Gate, the museum of surrender (armistice signed here)  and the Circuit de Reims-Gueux where the first official formula one race was held in 1950.

Day 5 Today we visit Verdun site of the biggest battle of the First World War, we will see the ghost town of Fleury devant Douaumont abandoned during the war, the American Cemetery and the Trench of Bayonets.

Day 6 – On our way to Normandy we will stop at a traditional Cheese farm and also a Calvados producer (a favourite local tipple).

Day 7 –  Today we will visit St. Mere Eglise with its hanging parachute, a town pivotal in the battle for Normandy. Also the D-Day beaches of Utah and Omaha and the Airborne Museum dedicated to the liberators of the 82nd and 101st divisons.

Day 8 Off we go to the beautiful town of Bayeux famous for its medieval tapestry depicting the Norman conquest of England, visit the Port of Honfleur inspiration for impressionist painters and enjoy local ciders with Camembert.

Day 9 -The famous Abbey of  Le Mont-St-Michel is our destination today built on a rocky island approximately two kilometres offshore it is one of the most recognizable sites in the world. We will also visit La Grand Rue, the Monastery and the Tidal Island.

Day 10 – Return to the airport or your hotel with pre-agreed visits dependent on your departure point.

Itinerary 3 – Normandy Adventure

Day 1 – Meet your driver/guide head and as we head to Normandy stop at a traditional Cheese farm and also a Calvados producer (a favourite local tipple).

Day 2 – Today we will visit St. Mere Eglise with its hanging parachute, a town pivotal in the battle for Normandy. Also the D-Day beaches of Utah and Omaha and the Airborne Museum dedicated to the liberators of the 82nd and 101st divisions.

Day 3 – Off we go to the beautiful town of Bayeux famous for its medieval tapestry depicting the Norman conquest of England, visit the Port of Honfleur inspiration for the impressionist painters and enjoy local ciders with Camembert.

Day 4 – The famous Abbey of  Le Mont-St-Michel is our destination today built on a rocky island approximately two kilometres offshore it is one of the most recognizable sites in the world. We will also visit La Grand Rue, the Monastery and the Tidal Island.

Day 5 – Return to the airport or your hotel with pre-agreed visits dependent on your departure point.

Itinerary 4 – Your France Adventure.

 

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