We’re all kids at heart, and let’s be honest, there’s never a dull moment in this magical land. Disneyland in Paris is a fantastic day had by all; the young and the young at heart. Located on the eastern outskirts of Paris, you’ll need to make sure you organise your transport as this can be a very expensive taxi ride! Welcome offers some great alternatives to public transport – check out our Private Round-Trip Transfer to Disneyland! Also make sure to buy your tickets in advance, as the queues can be long and daunting, especially during the holiday seasons!
Claude Monet’s house in Giverny
Well worth the drive and the visit, Monet’s house and gardens are a beautiful destination for the day. The village of Giverny is located in Normandy in Northern France. The wonderful (now museum) home and garden of the famous Claude Monet and also an impressionist art museum and plenty of photo-opportunities are waiting you for a unique experience. Welcome offers an easy Day Trip in Monet’s House in Giverny.
Chateau de Chantilly
The chateau is located in the district of Chantilly, about half an hour north of the city. The castle is built on the water and surrounded by 7800hectares of lush forest. The park and castle were owned by the son of the last king of France and is home to the “Condé Museum” which holds the largest collection of ancient paintings – after the Louvre of course. There’s also dressage and acrobatic horse shows, as the area also holds the “Museum of the Horse” or “Musée du Cheval”. Worth a trip and you certainly won’t run out of things to see!
Château de Fontainebleau
Located 57km south of the city of Paris, the district and its castle is famous not only for its stunning landscape and architecture but also because it is the only royal estate to have been inhabited consistently for 7 centuries. The surrounding gardens and forest have lots to see and activities to do (which may be surprising). Be sure to get out early so you can have enough time to see it all! Welcome offers a half-day getaway to the Fontainebleau district.
The Champagne District
If you’re a lover of wine, and especially French wine (some of the best in the world) then you’ll want to make the most of this tour in Champagne Region. The region is one of the viticultural areas in France and is divided into five wine-producing areas within the historical province of which some has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Reims and Épernay are the main commercial centres, and you can find some great tasting options and eateries along your trip. While you’re there you can make the most of the visit to Troyes, which is home to one of the biggest discount shopping areas in the country, as well as being beautiful architecturally. Welcome also offers an additional tour to the Somme Battlefields for any history buff!