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Adult ages 16+
Child ages 0-15

Visit Pays d’Auge in Normandy from Paris

On this small-group day trip from Paris, discover the charming port city of Honfleur and the Norman Countryside Pays d’Auge. Your guide meets you at your hotel in Paris. Climb aboard a luxury vehicle for a two-hour ride to Honfleur.

The city of painters — its unique atmosphere and crazy charm are sure to seduce you. Discover the special light that inspired many painters such Eugène Boudin, whose famous skyscapes explored the changing skies of Honfleur. Stroll through the town in the footsteps of those masters. Discover its picturesque streets and narrow houses covered with slate.

Honfleur knew how to preserve the richness of its history and its authenticity. Irresistible, Honfleur is a unique site for lovers of originality.

Your guide accompanies you between strolls and discovering the cultural and artistic heritage. Honfleur enchants with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered facades, small shops, charming hotels and typical restaurants.

Dating from the 15th century, St. Catherine’s Church was built by the inhabitants of the city after the departure of the English. Classified as a “Historical Monument” in 1879, it is the largest church of France built in wood with a separate steeple.

The Saint Siméon Farm
In 1854, Boudin moved to The Saint Siméon Farm on the heights overlooking Honfleur, charmed by its beauty and the view of the Le Havre estuary. The inn became a famous place of artistic expression. A merry band of artists gathered around the table of Mother Toutain: Daubigny, Courbet, Bazille, Guillement, Lépine, Hamelin…

Before lunch, enjoy a local product tasting: Calvados, Cider or Pommeau.

Enjoy lunch in Honfleur, before visiting the Pays d’Auge.

Pays d’Auge
From Pont l’Evêque to Beuvron en Auge, explore the Normandy countryside. Revisit the equestrian and race-course scenes of Degas, or the bucolic scenes depicted by Boudin. Smell the scents of the Clos Normand and of Cézanne’s orchards. Pays d’Auge is a haven of greenery to produce Calvados, Cider or Pommeau.

After the visit, transfer to Paris. Your guide drops you off at your accommodation in Paris.