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Entire Travel Group unveils exclusive ‘Chateaux & Champagne Tour’ with agent incentive

Sponsored by Entire Travel Group

To celebrate its exclusive French ‘Chateaux & Champagne Tour’, Entire Travel Group is rewarding its top-selling agents with two seats of their own on the journey.

Entire Travel Group’s elegant seven-day ‘Chateaux & Champagne Tour‘ is sure to enchant and enlighten your clients. Fit for culture and wine-loving travellers, the tour comes complete with champagne tasting and sightseeing of France’s Loire Valley and Champagne region, along with jaunts of majestic castles, beautiful gardens, charming streets and more.

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Château de Chenonceau

Organised in small groups with a maximum number of eight, the tour visits two of France’s spectacular chateaux regions – the Loire Valley and Champagne – where guests will explore some of the best champagne houses and wineries in the world.

Delivered by French Travel Connection, an Entire Travel Group subsidiary, the tour begins in the “Garden of France” – the Loire Valley – where guests are guided through Middle Age and Renaissance chateaux, including Château of Blois, Château of Cheverny and Château of Chambord.

Château de Beauregard
Château de Beauregard

Moreover, travellers will also enjoy gorgeous botanical gardens in Villandry and world-class vineyards, including various paired lunches and visits to historic wine specialists.

After sampling and supping some of the very best that the Loire valley has to offer, the journey continues with a TGV train transfer from Saint Pierre des Corps to Champagne Ardenne, with the price covered as per Entire Travel Group’s itinerary, and onto the Champagne region.

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Château du Rivau

While in Champagne, guests will discover the region’s vast network of wine cellars, enjoy following the Champagne Wine Route for a taste of the region’s most exquisite local champagnes, and visit the tomb of Dom Pérignon – the Father of Champagne – in Hautvillers.

Furthermore, travellers will also enjoy tours and tastings of some of the world’s most renowned champagnes.

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While following the Champagne Wine Route, your clients will enjoy a taste of the region’s most exquisite local champagnes, and visit the tomb of Dom Pérignon.

After settling in following their train journey from Saint Pierre des Corps, the tour shuffles to the immaculate and historic city of Reims, where travellers will have the chance to savour the city’s architecture and visit Mumm – one of the largest and oldest producers of champagne in the world – for a tour and tasting, as well as a later visit to the Palace of Tau.

The next stage of the tour takes travellers to Taittinger, another producer found in the great wine-growing regions of Champagne.

Further highlights include sightseeing through the streets of Reims and discovering famous champagne houses and monuments, including a visit to restaurant La Place Royale and the 13th-century Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral.

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims

From here, the tour then moves to the “Capital of Champagne”, Epernay, where travellers will enjoy further delights in architecture, and more brilliant champagne with a tasting at Grande Maison de Champagne Moët & Chandon, before departing on the seventh and final day of the tour.

Further features of the seven-day Chateaux and Champagne Tour include six nights’ lodging in four-star accommodation, as well as daily breakfast, all hotel-train transfers, and the TGV Transfer from Saint Pierre-des-Corps train station to Champagne-Ardenne train station.

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To celebrate the Chateaux & Champagne Tour, Entire Travel Group is offering its top-selling agents an exclusive opportunity to win two seats on this amazing journey. For more information, click here.

Entire Travel Group is also hosting an exclusive event on Wednesday, 16 October to promote the Loire Valley and Champagne regions. For more information, direct your enquiry to sandrine@entiretravel.com.au .

Château de Loches
Château de Loches

Featured image: Château de Chambord

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