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France: The Burgundy Wine Region & Dijon

In Burgundy, France bike routes traverse some of the world’s most famous vineyards. Spinning from Lyon to Dijon—two UNESCO-designated urban showpieces—you’ll cycle mellow hills bursting with grapes cultivated for the region’s celebrated wines. Pause at charming stone towns imbued with wine and gastronomic tradition. Explore the 15th-century Hospices de Beaune, a masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art and architecture and Burgundy’s most visited site. In Dijon museums, browse fine arts and sacred artifacts. Follow bike paths along canals and into wine villages with thriving local markets. The bucolic scenery here has made this route a favorite among travelers for its lush, unspoiled countryside.

Tour Highlights

  • Pass renowned wine villages rolling through the world-famous vineyards of the Côte de Beaune and UNESCO World Heritage Route des Grands Crus.
  • Visit the 15th-century Hospices de Beaune, a masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art and architecture.
  • Enjoy a guided tour and tasting at an authentic wine cellar in the heart of Beaune.
  • Engage with a local family during a game of pétanque and a picnic lunch at their charming summer home.
  • Discover Dijon with its protected historic city center that has inspired musicians, artists, and writers for centuries, and browse its wealth of fascinating—and free—museums.

What to Expect

This tour offers a combination of easy terrain mixed with moderate hills. Our VBT van support shuttle is always available for those who need assistance. Ideal for beginning and experienced cyclists alike.

  • Daily Mileage: 16 - 35 miles|
  • Biking: 2.5 - 4.5 hours|
  • Group Size: 20
Activity Easy/Moderate Easy / Moderate
Cycling
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Cyclists
Vehicle Support Vehicle
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Average High /
Low Temperature (°F):

May67º/50º

Jun73º/57º

Jul80º/61º

Aug79º/60º

Sep72º/54º

Oct61º/47º

Average
Precipitation:

May3 in

Jun3.1 in

Jul2.6 in

Aug3.1 in

Sep3 in

Oct3.4 in

Air Package

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Airport car service for arrival and departure Check
One night in Lyon and one night in Paris in conveniently located hotels with daily breakfast Check
6 nights in fine family-run or historic 4- and 5-star hotels Check Check
13 meals: 8 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners Check Check

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Biking Packages Include:

Custom VBT Bike and Helmet

Two Local, Bilingual Trip Leaders

Vehicle Support

Luggage Transfers

Ride with GPS and Daily Route Notes

Welcome Reception

Facilitated Cultural Experiences

Your Choice of VBT Branded Gear for Your Adventure

Itinerary

Thu, Sep 8 to Sat, Sep 17 - 2022

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All you have to do is get to the airport. On our Air Packages, we’ll take care of the rest, handling all the logistics, so you can travel with peace of mind. Spend your first night aloft and arrive refreshed for an unforgettable trip.

Start off your first day in Lyon right by having a VBT representative greet you at the airport. A complimentary car service will whisk you to your centrally located hotel. From here, you are perfectly positioned to explore this charming city at your leisure.

Meet one of your VBT trip leaders in the hotel lobby at 9:00 a.m. You will travel by bus via Cluny to the hotel in Tournus.

Cluny, the former Benedictine abbey and home of an early pope around AD 910, was larger than St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome in its heyday. It was later dynamited, and its richly carved stones were sold off. You’ll stroll along the ancient stone streets of Cluny with a local guide. VBT has timed your visit to fall on a market day, so you’ll have the opportunity to buy some local specialties for lunch on your own.

Arrive at your Tournus hotel, meet your second trip leader, and have free time to settle in. Before your bike tour begins, partake in a safety and bike-fitting session. A brief warm-up ride leads you through the countryside and on a bike path along the Saône River.

After some time to freshen up, meet for a welcome cocktail reception and dinner in your hotel. Dine in its excellent restaurant.

Today’s Ride Choices

Afternoon Warm-up Loop — 7 km (4 miles)

What to Expect: An easy loop from your hotel takes you past Saint-Philibert de Tournus, a medieval church and former Benedictine abbey, and through the town of Tournus, then along a bike route on the Saône River back to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 7 km (4 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning’s spin takes you on the flat Voie Bleue bike path along the tranquil banks of the Saône River. Keep your eyes open for the varied birdlife along your route.

Leaving the river, you’ll enter rolling wine country, where the dry white wine of the Chardonnay grape is produced. Roll into the wine village of Viré, home to a recent success story in France’s wine world. In the latter part of the 20th century, the villages of Viré and Clessé realized that they had a high-quality wine that could rival the older appellation of Pouilly-Fuissé, so they applied for a separate status. This was finally granted in 1999, and the Viré-Clessé appellation emerged.

Continue cycling to a small village with a name that is synonymous with dry white wine—Chardonnay— and which recently celebrated its thousandth anniversary. Its name comes from cardonnacum or the “place full of thistles.” Chardonnay grapes most likely originated here and were then shared and distributed throughout France by monks. The earliest recorded reference to Chardonnay appeared in 1330. It was around this time that Cistercian monks built stone walls around their Clos de Vougeot vineyard exclusively planted with Chardonnay grapes. The village of stone houses grew up around the lavoir, a stream-fed community wash-house, and several domaines (wine producers). You’ll stop in this charming spot for lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch, continue through the peaceful rural countryside before rejoining the Voie Bleue bike path along the river and following it back into Tournus.

Tonight, take a short walk to a nearby wine purveyor for an introduction and tasting of the incredible depth of Burgundy’s wines. Afterward, you are free to enjoy dinner on your own in one of the local restaurants, or you may choose to eat in the hotel’s excellent restaurant.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Tournus to Chardonnay with Shuttle — 20 km (12 miles) | Tournus to Chardonnay — 29 km (18 miles)

Afternoon Chardonnay to Tournus — 41 km (25 miles)

What to Expect: Depart the hotel in the morning and roll through Tournus, then follow La Voie Bleue bike path along the Saône River to the wine-making town of Viré. You will then board the support vehicle or continue cycling through rolling vineyards into the town of Chardonnay. The afternoon ride returns to Tournus along a northerly route.

Cumulative Distance Range: 20 – 61 km (12 – 38 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

This morning, hop a shuttle to your starting point. Get underway rolling through the vineyards of the Côte Chalonnaise. At the town of Chalon sur Saône, pedal along the Voie Verte bike path, following the Canal du Centre to Santenay. Afterward, continue on small roads through the world-famous vineyards of the Côte de Beaune, passing renowned villages such as Puligny Montrachet and Meursault—considered the mecca of Chardonnay production by many oenophiles.

This afternoon, there’ll be time for lunch on your own before you continue your ride into Beaune, the elegant town that is imbued with wine traditions—and your next accommodation. After time to relax, walk through its charming pedestrian center for dinner in a restaurant that has been recognized by the Maître Restaurateur association in Franceval!

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Chalon to Santenay — 25 km (15 miles)

Afternoon Santenay to Beaune — 22 km (14 miles)

What to Expect: Cycle on beautiful paved path along the Canal du Centre to Santenay. Then, continue on a bike route through the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune, passing world-famous villages such as Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault and Pommard. Board the van shuttle to Beaune, or embark on the longer option, riding through vineyards on the prestigious Route des Grand Crus, with wine-tasting opportunities all the way to your hotel in Beaune.

Cumulative Distance Range: 22 – 47 km (14 – 29 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After an elaborate breakfast (including wine and cheese, of course, for those who are so inclined), a five-minute walk takes you to the 15th-century Hospices de Beaune (also known as the Hotel Dieu), the epicenter of Beaune. This perfectly preserved historic treasure was the recipient of Europe’s earliest philanthropic endeavors and today is still entirely financed by private donations. This masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art and architecture is Burgundy’s single most-visited site; you will understand why after setting foot inside the stunning courtyard. Visit the Hospice, then cycle out into wine country on narrow, quiet roads to the small hamlet of Cussigny. As lunch nears, your small group is invited into an old mill converted into the summer home of a local family. Here, participate in a game of pétanque before a picnic prepared by your trip leaders. Conclude this pleasant visit with homemade dessert and coffee or tea with your generous hosts.

Afterward, ride back to Beaune through forests, villages and—depending on the time of year—sunflower or canola fields. On return to your hotel, perhaps relax in the spa, then walk together to a wine cellar for a tour and tasting. Then, stroll through the town’s narrow medieval center to enjoy dinner on your own in one of the fine restaurants.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Beaune to Cussigny — 20 km (12 miles)

Afternoon Cussigny to Beaune — 15 km (10 miles) | Cussigny to Beaune Plus — 29 km (18 miles)

What to Expect: Cycle on country roads to Cussigny for a memorable lunch in a local family’s summer home. From here, you may hop in the support vehicle or pedal back to Beaune. Another option is to cycle an extra loop through the Hautes Côtes de Beaune vineyards before returning to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 – 49 km (10 – 30 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Your cycle route today takes you through some of the most famous vineyards in the world, en route to Dijon, the beautiful capital of the Burgundy region. You’ll wind your way to Nuits-Saint Georges, the region where famed Côte de Nuits red wines are produced. Here, stop to choose from different lunch options on your own before cycling along the narrow lanes used as access routes by local vineyard workers. In this area, monks toiled for centuries making wine for religious services.

The UNESCO World Heritage committee added the entire stretch of vineyards from Beaune to Dijon to its World Heritage List in July 2015. Along the Route des Grands Crus, you may wish to stop and explore old and charming villages such as Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin before continuing all the way to the outskirts of Dijon. As you enter the capital of Burgundy, marvel at the astonishingly well-preserved city center. Dijon, often called “Sleeping Beauty,” is third in France for its number of preserved historic buildings, with more than 100 acres of the city center protected. This capital of the former ducal kingdom has attracted musicians, artists, and writers for centuries.

After checking into your luxurious hotel, set out on a walking tour with your trip leaders. This evening, venture out on your own to wander the medieval cobbled streets and find just the right place to enjoy an apéro (aperitif) and dinner on your own.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Beaune to Nuits-St.-Georges — 20 km (12 miles)

Afternoon Nuits-St.-Georges to Chenove — 22 km (14 miles) | Nuits-St.-Georges to Dijon — 27 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Follow the Route des Grands Crus through prestigious villages such as Aloxe-Corton, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin, all renowned for their wines. Those who desire a longer option can continue on to Chenove or all the way to Dijon.

Cumulative Distance Range: 20 – 47 km (12 – 29 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast, your bike tour concludes with a bike ride directly from the hotel to the Route des Jardins, Burgundy’s beautiful Garden Route, and the pleasant byway along the Canal de Bourgogne to Pont de Pany.

A short option loops back to Dijon; longer options continue into the Valley de L’Ouche along the winding River L’Ouche and the canal. The bucolic scenery here has made this route a favorite of every traveler in France for its lush, peaceful and unspoiled countryside—the pastoral side of France at its most authentic.

Back in Dijon, you might browse the many fine museums specializing in everything from fine arts and sacred art to natural history and daily Burgundian life. Each is free and housed in a historic building.

Tonight, finish your week of cycling with a stroll through Dijon’s pedestrian streets to a farewell dinner in a fine gourmet restaurant housed in a 15th-century building.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Dijon to Pont de Pany — 22 km (14 miles)

Afternoon Dijon to Pont de Pany — 21 km (13 miles) | Pont Pany to Dijon Plus — 34 km (21 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy easy and pleasant cycling along the Canal de Bourgogne from Dijon to Pont de Pany on our shortest option. Those who wish to cycle back to Dijon can ride along the canal or choose the longer option, featuring more mileage and some rolling hills.

Cumulative Distance Range: 21 – 56 km (13 – 35 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, walk to the Dijon train station (your luggage will be taken in the van) and continue by high-speed train to Paris. Upon arrival, you will be met by a VBT representative and transferred to your centrally located hotel.

VBT provides you with city information and recommendations for what to see and do in Paris. Use the rest of the day to relax or begin exploring Paris.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After an included breakfast this morning, complimentary transportation to the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport will be provided (an approximately 35 to 45 minute drive, depending on traffic) for your departing flight.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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Sat, Sep 10 to Fri, Sep 16 - 2022

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Meet one of your trip leaders, in VBT staff garments, in the lobby of the Hotel Carlton Lyon MGallery by Sofitel at 9:00 a.m. (4 rue Jussieu, Lyon 69002, telephone +33 4 78 42 56 51). If your arrival in Lyon is scheduled later than 9:00 a.m. or if you are delayed, you must take a taxi or train to the hotel in Tournus at your own expense (Les Sept Fontaines, 1 Avenue de la Résistance, Tournus 71700, telephone +33 3 85 36 06 06). Taxi cost is approximately €200 (travel time is approximately one hour to the first hotel); train cost is approximately €30 (travel time is approximately one hour, 10 minutes). If you have taken the train, exit the Tournus train station and take a right; you will see the hotel on the same side of the road about 300 yards away. If you experience any travel delays or changes to your schedule, please contact the first hotel to advise the staff, and they will inform your VBT trip leaders.

Arrive at your Tournus hotel, meet your second trip leader, and have free time to settle in. Before your bike tour begins, partake in a safety and bike-fitting session. A brief warm-up ride leads you through the countryside and on a bike path along the Saône River.

After some time to freshen up, meet for a welcome cocktail reception and dinner in your hotel. Dine in its excellent restaurant.

 

Today’s Ride Choices

Afternoon Warm-up Loop — 7 km (4 miles)

What to Expect: An easy loop from your hotel takes you past Saint-Philibert de Tournus, a medieval church and former Benedictine abbey, and through the town of Tournus, then along a bike route on the Saône River back to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 7 km (4 miles)

Included Meals: Dinner

This morning’s spin takes you on the flat Voie Bleue bike path along the tranquil banks of the Saône River. Keep your eyes open for the varied birdlife along your route.

Leaving the river, you’ll enter rolling wine country, where the dry white wine of the Chardonnay grape is produced. Roll into the wine village of Viré, home to a recent success story in France’s wine world. In the latter part of the 20th century, the villages of Viré and Clessé realized that they had a high-quality wine that could rival the older appellation of Pouilly-Fuissé, so they applied for a separate status. This was finally granted in 1999, and the Viré-Clessé appellation emerged.

Continue cycling to a small village with a name that is synonymous with dry white wine—Chardonnay— and which recently celebrated its thousandth anniversary. Its name comes from cardonnacum or the “place full of thistles.” Chardonnay grapes most likely originated here and were then shared and distributed throughout France by monks. The earliest recorded reference to Chardonnay appeared in 1330. It was around this time that Cistercian monks built stone walls around their Clos de Vougeot vineyard exclusively planted with Chardonnay grapes. The village of stone houses grew up around the lavoir, a stream-fed community wash-house, and several domaines (wine producers). You’ll stop in this charming spot for lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch, continue through the peaceful rural countryside before rejoining the Voie Bleue bike path along the river and following it back into Tournus.

Tonight, take a short walk to a nearby wine purveyor for an introduction and tasting of the incredible depth of Burgundy’s wines. Afterward, you are free to enjoy dinner on your own in one of the local restaurants, or you may choose to eat in the hotel’s excellent restaurant.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Tournus to Chardonnay with Shuttle — 20 km (12 miles) | Tournus to Chardonnay — 29 km (18 miles)

Afternoon Chardonnay to Tournus — 41 km (25 miles)

What to Expect: Depart the hotel in the morning and roll through Tournus, then follow La Voie Bleue bike path along the Saône River to the wine-making town of Viré. You will then board the support vehicle or continue cycling through rolling vineyards into the town of Chardonnay. The afternoon ride returns to Tournus along a northerly route.

Cumulative Distance Range: 20 – 61 km (12 – 38 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

This morning, hop a shuttle to your starting point. Get underway rolling through the vineyards of the Côte Chalonnaise. At the town of Chalon sur Saône, pedal along the Voie Verte bike path, following the Canal du Centre to Santenay. Afterward, continue on small roads through the world-famous vineyards of the Côte de Beaune, passing renowned villages such as Puligny Montrachet and Meursault—considered the mecca of Chardonnay production by many oenophiles.

This afternoon, there’ll be time for lunch on your own before you continue your ride into Beaune, the elegant town that is imbued with wine traditions—and your next accommodation. After time to relax, walk through its charming pedestrian center for dinner in a restaurant that has been recognized by the Maître Restaurateur association in Franceval!

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Chalon to Santenay — 25 km (15 miles)

Afternoon Santenay to Beaune — 22 km (14 miles)

What to Expect: Cycle on beautiful paved path along the Canal du Centre to Santenay. Then, continue on a bike route through the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune, passing world-famous villages such as Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault and Pommard. Board the van shuttle to Beaune, or embark on the longer option, riding through vineyards on the prestigious Route des Grand Crus, with wine-tasting opportunities all the way to your hotel in Beaune.

Cumulative Distance Range: 22 – 47 km (14 – 29 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

After an elaborate breakfast (including wine and cheese, of course, for those who are so inclined), a five-minute walk takes you to the 15th-century Hospices de Beaune (also known as the Hotel Dieu), the epicenter of Beaune. This perfectly preserved historic treasure was the recipient of Europe’s earliest philanthropic endeavors and today is still entirely financed by private donations. This masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art and architecture is Burgundy’s single most-visited site; you will understand why after setting foot inside the stunning courtyard. Visit the Hospice, then cycle out into wine country on narrow, quiet roads to the small hamlet of Cussigny. As lunch nears, your small group is invited into an old mill converted into the summer home of a local family. Here, participate in a game of pétanque before a picnic prepared by your trip leaders. Conclude this pleasant visit with homemade dessert and coffee or tea with your generous hosts.

Afterward, ride back to Beaune through forests, villages and—depending on the time of year—sunflower or canola fields. On return to your hotel, perhaps relax in the spa, then walk together to a wine cellar for a tour and tasting. Then, stroll through the town’s narrow medieval center to enjoy dinner on your own in one of the fine restaurants.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Beaune to Cussigny — 20 km (12 miles)

Afternoon Cussigny to Beaune — 15 km (10 miles) | Cussigny to Beaune Plus — 29 km (18 miles)

What to Expect: Cycle on country roads to Cussigny for a memorable lunch in a local family’s summer home. From here, you may hop in the support vehicle or pedal back to Beaune. Another option is to cycle an extra loop through the Hautes Côtes de Beaune vineyards before returning to the hotel.

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 – 49 km (10 – 30 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Your cycle route today takes you through some of the most famous vineyards in the world, en route to Dijon, the beautiful capital of the Burgundy region. You’ll wind your way to Nuits-Saint Georges, the region where famed Côte de Nuits red wines are produced. Here, stop to choose from different lunch options on your own before cycling along the narrow lanes used as access routes by local vineyard workers. In this area, monks toiled for centuries making wine for religious services.

The UNESCO World Heritage committee added the entire stretch of vineyards from Beaune to Dijon to its World Heritage List in July 2015. Along the Route des Grands Crus, you may wish to stop and explore old and charming villages such as Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin before continuing all the way to the outskirts of Dijon. As you enter the capital of Burgundy, marvel at the astonishingly well-preserved city center. Dijon, often called “Sleeping Beauty,” is third in France for its number of preserved historic buildings, with more than 100 acres of the city center protected. This capital of the former ducal kingdom has attracted musicians, artists, and writers for centuries.

After checking into your luxurious hotel, set out on a walking tour with your trip leaders. This evening, venture out on your own to wander the medieval cobbled streets and find just the right place to enjoy an apéro (aperitif) and dinner on your own.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Beaune to Nuits-St.-Georges — 20 km (12 miles)

Afternoon Nuits-St.-Georges to Chenove — 22 km (14 miles) | Nuits-St.-Georges to Dijon — 27 km (17 miles)

What to Expect: Follow the Route des Grands Crus through prestigious villages such as Aloxe-Corton, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin, all renowned for their wines. Those who desire a longer option can continue on to Chenove or all the way to Dijon.

Cumulative Distance Range: 20 – 47 km (12 – 29 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast, your bike tour concludes with a bike ride directly from the hotel to the Route des Jardins, Burgundy’s beautiful Garden Route, and the pleasant byway along the Canal de Bourgogne to Pont de Pany.

A short option loops back to Dijon; longer options continue into the Valley de L’Ouche along the winding River L’Ouche and the canal. The bucolic scenery here has made this route a favorite of every traveler in France for its lush, peaceful and unspoiled countryside—the pastoral side of France at its most authentic.

Back in Dijon, you might browse the many fine museums specializing in everything from fine arts and sacred art to natural history and daily Burgundian life. Each is free and housed in a historic building.

Tonight, finish your week of cycling with a stroll through Dijon’s pedestrian streets to a farewell dinner in a fine gourmet restaurant housed in a 15th-century building.

Today’s Ride Choices

Morning Dijon to Pont de Pany — 22 km (14 miles)

Afternoon Dijon to Pont de Pany — 21 km (13 miles) | Pont Pany to Dijon Plus — 34 km (21 miles)

What to Expect: Enjoy easy and pleasant cycling along the Canal de Bourgogne from Dijon to Pont de Pany on our shortest option. Those who wish to cycle back to Dijon can ride along the canal or choose the longer option, featuring more mileage and some rolling hills.

Cumulative Distance Range: 21 – 56 km (13 – 35 miles)

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Your tour ends after breakfast. It is an easy five-minute walk to the Dijon train station if you wish to take a train to the airport or your next destination.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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Accommodations (Please Note: Days are based on the Air Package Itinerary. Accommodations may vary depending on departure date. )

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2022 Pre-Trip Extension - Lyon

2 Nights From $395 per person, double occupancy
Single Supplement: From $345

    2 nights at the Hotel Carlton Lyon MGallery by Sofitel

    Airport car service for arrival

    Daily breakfast

    City information

All you have to do is get to the airport. On our Air Packages, we’ll take care of the rest, handling all the logistics, so you can travel with peace of mind. Spend your first night aloft and arrive refreshed for an unforgettable trip.

Start off your first day in Lyon right by having a VBT representative greet you at the airport. A complimentary car service will whisk you to your centrally located hotel. From here, you are perfectly positioned to explore this charming city at your leisure.

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to explore on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to explore on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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2022 Post-Trip Extension - Paris

2 Nights From $495 per person, double occupancy
Single Supplement: From $445

    2 nights at La Demeure Montaigne

    Airport car service for departure

    Daily breakfast

    City information

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to continue exploring on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Dinner

After a delicious included breakfast at your hotel, you are free to continue exploring on your own, using our included city information packet to guide your discoveries.

Included Meals: Breakfast

After an included breakfast this morning, complimentary transportation to the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport will be provided (an approximately 35 to 45 minute drive, depending on traffic) for your departing flight.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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This was our first Vermont Bike vacation but it certainly will not be our last! What a great time .For us it was a perfect mix of activity,culture ,wine and food. The countryside is just delightful and beautiful. The guides were excellent and our fellow travelers were wonderful .

Goldenboy1, Vancouver, WA, USA

Burgundy: The Wine Route

The Burgundy Wine Route trip was an exceptional vacation...it was a great mix of activity, leisure, learning and sightseeing. The trip leaders were personable, knowledgeable, and fun-loving, our fellow travelers were all interesting and friendly people, and the food, accommodations, and scenery were all first class. The daily route length choices ensured that everyone would be happy with their activity level, too. I’d highly recommend this trip to anyone who loves good food, wine, and outdoor activity. The pre and post trip extensions are also well worth it...especially the pre-trip in Lyon...there was so much to explore there!

karen27, Denver, CO, USA

Burgundy: The Wine Route

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