Private Champagne Tours from Paris to – Compiegne – Reims, Epernay, Troyes
After you have looked through our short Guide to Champagne to develop your individual excursion program in accordance with the interests of you and your companions (wife, children, girlfriends, parents or colleagues, age or health), we suggest that you familiarize yourself with the classic “basic” below route options that have been tested for years, even decades (some routes, such as Epernay, are generally more than a hundred years old). Having looked at examples of a one-day sightseeing or military-historical WW1 excursion, you can draw up an approximate trip plan, and we will already draw up several tour options depending on the composition of your team, category, age and, first of all, the interests of all or each member of your team.
Sightseeing classic private tour from Paris for one day
The program includes: Compiègne Castle with a guide, a guided car tour of Reims and its famous Cathedral with a Palace, magnificent Troyes + something extra if you wish, choosing in advance or during the trip itself, depending on the time spent on the objects. Well, in fact, i.e.
Compiegne, the legendary city. Beautiful and ancient, but known to the whole world as the place where the First World War ended. Located next to the castle of Pierrefonds. The Château de Compiègne is a royal palace built for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. Compiègne was one of three official residence of French government, same like Versailles and Fontainebleau.
Reims city sightseeing walking & car tour.
Place Royale and the Statue of Louis XV – the historic center of the city, Reims Cathedral.
Troyes. An ancient beautiful city with magnificent architecture. Troyes is the “historic capital” of Champagne. A Champagne guided trip is also included in the local sightseeing city tours.
A sightseeing tour from Paris or Charles de Gaulle Airport (or Disneyland) pairs perfectly with a trip to Verdun Citadel to the WW1 battlefields. In the city of Troyes, you can spend the night (as the end point of the trip to Champagne), and the next day go to Verdun. Save you money and the time!