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Best wine tours in Paris

Why Visit Paris?

Ah, bonjour! And welcome to the most romantic city in the world - Paris. Prepare to be flirted with and seduced by a city so charming, even the street lamps will make you swoon! It is true that this is a magical city and those who visit will fall right under its spell. From the grandiose Eiffel Tower, to the Gothic Notre-Dame, there is so much that this major European city has to offer. 

If you’re a romantic at heart, a nature-lover or a city-dweller, Paris is truly a fantastic destination for any type of traveller. Discover the vineyards of Burgundy, the beautiful Loire Valley on a full-day tour from Paris or attend a Grand Cru master class and tasting right here in the city. Visit the castles, bask in the scenic parks and indulge your palate with some of the best wines France has to offer in one or more of the seven main wine-producing regions in the country. Wine holidays to Paris are not only possible, but encouraged.

The spellbinding French capital is a global hub for art, gastronomy, culture and fashion. Get to explore the 19th-century cityscape, the richly endowed museums, the fascinating exhibits and world-renowned restaurants. Whether you come solo, with friends, family or a loved one - you are set to have an unforgettable experience exploring Paris and getting to taste some of the best food and wines around. In addition to the quaint, but thriving cafe culture, Paris is a huge foodie city with impeccable cuisine right under your nose.

Plan Your Visit

Best Known Grapes

Some of the well-known wines found in and around the Parisian region are Gamay, Sauvignon, Pinot and Riesling as well as Merlot and Cabernet Franc.

Best time to visit

There's never really a bad time to visit Paris, but if we had to pick the best time to visit this dazzling city, it would perhaps  between April and June. During this time, the weather is just right and the hordes of tourists are kept to an absolute minimum. For those who wish to visit Paris on a budget, the best time to go is during the winter months of December through to February .
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How long to stay

If you're the type of traveller who is always on the move, wanting to hit the hotspots one after the other,  we suggest 4 days in the city. However, if you would like to savour the time you spend in Paris and utilise day tours to nearby wine regions like Loire Valley, Champagne or Burgundy, then we suggest staying 7 to 10 days .  
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How to get there

The two main airports serving Paris are  Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly . Although Orly is the smaller airport of the two, it is closer to the city and situated just 15 km south of central Paris. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is 34 km from the city centre and will take around 45 minutes if you are travelling by car or taxi. Fortunately, both airports are efficient when it comes to public transport connections, as well as being served by an array of different airlines.  
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