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Champagne - Individual - 4D/3N

Reference: FAV CH4C

Reims and Epernay are the most important places of the Champagne region.
Both will be on the program. The week end begins with Reims and its wonderful
cathedral and then the bike tour through small and peacefully streets between
the vineyards of the Champagne region.

Cost per Person twin-share from A$655

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Characteristics of this journey/holiday


Accommodation  
3 accommodations in 3* hotels. Room with bath/shower/WC
Included services
  •  3 accommodations in 3* hotels. Room with bath/shower/WC
  •  Daily Breakfast
  •  Personal Welcome Meeting
  •  4-Corse Menu (Option)
  •  Luggage transfer
  •  3 Champagne Tastings
  •  Roadbook and maps
  •  Assistance 24/24
  •  GPS-Tracks on demand

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

Day 1 Arrival in Reims
On your arrival in Reims, you might have time to visit the beautiful city of Reims. A city of Culture and History. Take the time to walk to the wonderful Cathedral of Reims. This Cathedral was a unique place where the kings of France were sacred since the 10th century. It’s a unique masterpiece of the gothic style and classified as a UNESCO site. Even is the cathedral suffered from the 2 world wars, you will enjoy the great work of renovation. In Reims, you can also visit some house of champagne and finish with a Champagne tasting.

Day 2 Reims – Epernay 47 km
You start your cycling day along canal Aisne – Marne. We leave the city of Reims on the quiet towpath along the canal with the bikes. The hilly part of the Champagne vineyards. In Chigny les Roses a stop is necessary, there exist 41 wine cellars.  You can stop on the way for your first experience with the Champagne IN the Champagne!
The tour ends in Epernay, time to discover the Avenue of Champagne.

Day 3 Epernay – Epernay 35 km
Before starting your cycling day, you will discover the worldwide well known Champagne maker: Moët & Chandon/Mercier with a visit and tasting. Today the route will lead you through some charming wine-growing villages. The appellation is here for most of them: Blanc de Blanc. The landmark is very typical for the Champagne region. You will have many possibilities to stop by at a Winemaker to taste the very delicate Blanc de Blanc Champagne.
Easy cycling back to Epernay.

Day 4 Departure
It is now time to say goodbye – au revoir et à bientôt!