Champagne Day Trips From Paris
France's Champagne region is famous the world over for producing sparkling white wines made from chardonnay, pinot noir, and meunier grapes grown in the area’s chalky soil. Here’s how to tour this beautiful and historic wine region from Paris.
Small-group tours to the Champagne region offer a budget-friendly and convenient way to immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and tastes of this historic region, all without the hassle. Depending on the tour you choose, you might visit underground cellars, learn about the winemaking process, enjoy a multi-course lunch, or taste several varieties of Champagne. Typically limited to 10 people or less, these tours maintain a personal feel.
Popular among families, couples, and groups of friends, private tours to the Champagne region give you the full attention of your own guide and a flexible itinerary to suit your interests. Visit major producers such as Moët & Chandon and Dom Perignon, or opt for smaller, lesser-known houses of Champagne.
Things to Know
With a guided tour, you can leave the driving to someone else and indulge without worry.
The Champagne region lies 80 miles (128 km) east of Paris.
Day trips to Champagne from Paris last upwards of 8 hours.
Most tours include hotel pickup and drop-off in Paris.
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