• Four-night accommodation with full breakfast;
  • Transfer from/to Charles de Gaull airport;
  • Professional Tour guide;
  • Coach;
  • Guided Tours and Admissions to Gardens and Monuments in the tour;
  • Promotuscia Costumer Service;
  • Medical luggage insurance.


  • Flights;·
  • All dinners in the restaurant;·
  • Drinks during meals;·
  • Hotel Service porterage;·
  • Local taxes;·
  • Tips.


  • Maison Rouge **** – Strasburgo


Itinerary through Paris’ gardens.

Day 1

Arrival at Charles de Gaulle airport. Here you will meet the tour guide. Departure for Paris by coach.

The tour begins with a visit to the 14-hectare André Citroën Gardens, in the area that in the past  housed the Citroën factories, inaugurated in 1993, at the time of Mitterrand’s great works.

The gardens were created by landscape architects Alain Provost, Gilles Clément, Patrick Berger, Jean-Paul Viguier and François Jodry. The area is divided as follows:  the white garden, between rue Saint-Charles and rue Balard;  the black garden, between rue Saint-Charles and rue Leblanc; and  the central park (11 hectares) with greenhouses.  The 6 serial gardens with 6 small greenhouses, are dominated by a color associated with a metal (the blue-copper garden, the green-tin garden, the orange-mercury garden, the red-iron garden, the silver garden, and the golden garden).

If there is enough time, excursion to Bateau Mouche.

Time for dinner, (not included), and return to the hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast in hotel.

Free time in the morning to do whatever you like.

Transfer to Chaussy (65 km). Visit to the sixteenth-century gardens of Villarceaux, designed by Nicolas de Mornay. Among many interesting characteristics, the park also features the presence of eight large marble statues coming from  Villa d’Este of Como and Villa Altieri of Roma.

Return to Paris.

Time for dinner, (not included), and return to the hotel.


The visit to the Jardins de Villarceaux is only possible between 14.00 and 17.00.

Day 3

Breakfast in hotelArrival at Fontaine La Soret near Rouen (Km.130), and visit to the castle’s gardens. The extensive estate with gardens, terraces and an English wood dates back to the XVIII century. The last owners, the Counts De Boisgelin, entrusted the restyling to the English architect Russel Page to whom the majority of the estate owes its current appearance.Transfer to Le Neubourg to visit Castle of Champs de Bataille’s  garden. Probably planned from a draft of Le Nôtre, the large garden was later designed by Jacques Garcia. His intent was to create a contemporary work based on the 17th-century examples.  In fact, the park appears as a modern area that blossoms within a classical structure.Possibility of lunch in a restaurant inside the castle.Visit to Rouen.Return to the hotel, and dinner, (included), in the Restaurant Chez Clement, in  Opera area.

Day 4

Breakfast in hotel.The morning is partly dedicated to Marais, the Jewish Quarter, considered the most chic in Paris and to  Picasso Museum, located in the Hotel Salé. The Hotel itself is a historical monument built between 1656 and 1659. Inside there is a huge collection of  artist’s works, the most evident testimony of its brilliant versatility: 203 paintings, 191 sculptures, 85 ceramics, and more of 3000 drawings, engravings, and manuscripts. The museum is organized in chronological sequences, distributed on different floors and includes a sculpture garden. Not to be misse  the famous Place des Vosges and its garden, in the same area. Transfer to  Musée d’Orsay, where we can decide whether to make a short visit and after 14.00 go shopping, or stay longer in the museum. The guide is available until 14.00.The Musée d’Orsay is a national museum open to the public since the 9th December 1986 to show, in all its diversity, the artistic creation of the Western world from 1848 to 1914. It has been set up with national collections mainly coming from three institutes:- The Louvre museum for the works of artists born from 1820 or those artists lived during the Second Republic;- The Jeu de Paume museum for works from 1947 to Impressionism;- The National Museum of Modern Art which, when it was established in 1976 at the Georges Pompidou Center, has preserved only the works of artists born after 1870.Time for dinner, (not included) and return to the hotel.

Day 5

Breakfast in hotel and check out.Visit to Rueil Malmaison, 15 km away from Paris, known because of Malmaison castle, property of  Empress Joséphine Beauarnais, who bought it in 1799.  Because Josephine had ordered to restore the castle, the Malmaison became a lively cultural and social centre. She also requested to build a warm greenhouse for rare exotic plants and  a unique roses’ garden.

End of the tour.