Departure from Paris in a deluxe coach with your Carol Voyages guide in direction of Champagne for a visit of the Mercier cellars in Epernay. Discover in a very fun way aboard a small train, a part of the 18 km of cellars, before enjoying a Mercier champagne flute. Free time for lunch then continuation by visiting the famous cellars of Moët & Chandon including a tasting of Moët Impérial, an emblematic cuvée since 1869. Then drive to Reims and visit of the basilica Saint Remi, dating from the year one thousand and sheltering the relics of the bishop Saint Remi, who baptized Clovis. Dinner at the famous Apostrophe restaurant in the center of Reims and overnight in a 3-star hotel in the surroundings.
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims, one of the masterpiece of Gothic art. Built in the 13th century, this cathedral has seen the consecration of many kings of France. Then visit the Palais du Tau next to the cathedral, which was the residence of the archbishops but also a royal residence at the coronations of the kings of France in Reims. Continuation by the visit of the Taittinger cellars to discover the history of champagne and its manufacturing secrets. Free time for lunch and continuation by the visit of the Martel cellars, more intimate and family but equally interesting. Film, visit of the cellars and of the eco-museum with a 3 champagne tasting.
Return to Paris and end of services.