Experience the charming Medieval city of Provins
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Medieval City of Provins

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Tour the wonderfully preserved medieval city of Provins


  • Historical Sites and Monuments
  • Medieval Equestrian Falconry Show and Exhibition
  • Famous Ramparts Built between the 11th and 13th centuries


  • Transportation in a luxury air-conditioned coach.
  • Grange aux Dîmes tour with audio guide.
  • Self-guided tour of Tour César.
  • Eagles of the Ramparts show from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.
  • Entrance tickets.


  • Transportation to Central Paris Departure Point Near Louvre Museum
  • Food and Beverages
  • Hotel Transportation
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Lanuguages: Any nationality
  • Return journey: Meet at the Tourist Office coach park: 4.15pm
  • Departure to Paris through Fontainebleau

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67% of reviewers liked this tour
Nov 16 2017
With no guide; no information about Provins was provided, not even a walking map (had to go to local visitors center for map). This tour was nothing more than an bus ticket. With a check-in at 0845h and a return at 1845h, only four (4) hours were in Provins (out of a 10-hour day). Much of the time on the road was delivering another tour group first to Vaux-le-Vicomte, and then picking them up later at Fountainebleu. The Provins tourists were on an extensive bus ride for a total of 5.5 hours.
Nov 02 2016
Aug 14 2016
Great day out with friends and family visiting France.
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The French city of Provins has preserved its striking medieval appearance and is a feast for the eyes. It is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List and with its 58 historic monuments, is a genuine showcase of civil, military and religious architecture.

Provins comes to life every day to take you back to the Middle Ages: discover breathtaking medieval shows (equestrian falconry show and exhibition) and its historical sites and monuments such as la Tour César, the tithe barn (the ancient covered market), and of course the famous ramparts built between the 11th and the 13th centuries.