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Plan C 

Paris 3 nights?

Champagne 2 nights?

Alsace 2 or 3 nights?


Start your tour with 3 nights in Paris or perhaps 2 so you can have your last night there? Stay in a little centrally located hotel near the Louvre and Opera?


Have  a wine tasting lunch in a 16th century cellar where Ernest Hemingway bought his wines - and then hop on and off the open top tour bus taking you to see the major sites, visit the little unknown museum of Jacquemart Andre - we include all this in your trip  and then - perhaps visit a local market, soak up the atmosphere from the locals, smell the fruit and vegetables, see the chocolate shops --


Perhaps take in some shopping on your last day with our 10% discount card for one of the large wellknown department stores? Shop on the Champs Elysees or on the Faubourg St Honore or the Boulevard Haussman or perhaps Rue de Rivoli?


Leave Paris by train or car to the sunkissed slopes of Champagne - see the stretching vineyards on the hillsides and perhaps even see a windmill  --


Discover the little villages of Dizy and Bouzy --- visit the village where Dom Peringnon discovered the first Champagne.


 Find the Smiling Angel in Reims, discover the local "pink biscuits" traditional with Champagne, see how the Champagne is made and do a tasting at the Mumm Champagne Cellars - we also include that for our clients.


Leave Reims and travel to the beautiful quaint and historical area of Alsace reknowned for its welcoming little beamed floral villages and quaint beautiful old towns with cobbled streets, and taste some of their excellent white wines from the region. Go back in time and soak up the history and beauty of this interesting area.


Maybe take a boat trip along a town or city's canal or river and enjoy the colours of the flowers in areas like "Little Venices" ---


Follow the Wine Road through the tiny picturesque villages, visit some of the little  family run wine cellars, do tastings and buy some local wines, and buy some to take with your or have some shipped home!


Find out where Rene Lalique was born and where his workshop is - the only place in the world where Lalique Crystal is made!


Discover where Albert Schwietzer was born and lived -- visit his museum, see some medieval castles and watch the horsemen in medieval dress wandering through the towns --- another era!!


See the European Parliament in Strasbourg and take a tour on the River Il by boat passing through the quaint area of Little France and its colourful floral displays and waterways --


So much to do and see and a wealth of history!!


We will tailor this tour to suit exactly what you want so do contact us and we will be pleased to help.



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