You are here : Home » Paris Tours » Tours in France » Burgundy

  • Paris l'Open Tour
  • Paris Hotels
  • Paris Shuttle
  • Book Pass

Burgundy

BOF
160.00 €
Minibus with driver-guide - hotel pick up and drop off

The Burgundy region offers a natural heritage, rich in both history and specially in art. Since ancient times, its geographical position made it a crossroads for communications between the Mediterranean and Northern Europe which brought great prosperity as it famous wines magnified during the Middle Ages. Region of famous abbeys, departure point for the crusades and pilgrimage centre, Burgundy has attracted the crowds and political figureheads through-out the centuries. We are going to discover two aspects:
After leaving the Southern highway we reach the Serein valley at Chablis, surrounded by vineyards: visit to a local cellar and taste the white wine, one of the world's best. Lunch in the "Bistrot des grands crus" (or similar) – drink not included.
Continue to Vézelay, the " eternal hill", village classified by UNESCO as one of its cultural world heritage sites: guided – visit to the basilica dedicated to Saint Mary Madeleine, centre of Romanesque architecture and sculpture, and which still keeps some relics of the saint.
Free time to browse around the village and maybe to taste some other Burgundy red wines before returning to Paris.
No Wheel Chair
Earphone
  • en
  • es
  • jp
  • Duration : around All day
Summer Monday, and Thursday from April 21 to October 30.
Departure: at 6:45 AM.
Return: around 8:00 PM.

Hotel pick up and drop off to your hotel.

  • Price per adult : 160.00 €uros
  • not recommended for children

Tour operated by CITYRAMA coach with licensed multilingual guide. Pick up and transfer your hotel in Paris to our CITYRAMA agency for boarding motorcoach. End of the tour at the agency and drop off to your hotel by minibus.
Guided visits and lunch included (except drinks).
Licensed guide in English, Spanish, and Japanese.

  • Summer is from April 1st to October 31st
  • Winter is from November 1st to March 31st