- Dinner at Vaux-le-Vicomte Palace from Paris
- Candlelit evening visit at the 17th Century chateau
- Classical music and audio guide
- Visit the chateau's Carriage Museum
- Three-course dinner with drinks at L'Ecureuil restaurant in the chateau grounds
- Professional guide-interpreter
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
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Next, a 3-course candle-light dinner will be served in the L'Ecureuil restaurant in the château grounds including a complementary glass of red or white wine, water and coffee. The chef only uses seasonal French products from the local markets to prepare your high quality dishes. Vegetarian options are available.
After dinner, at sunset, you independently visit the château and stroll around the gardens brilliantly lit by 2,000 candles. Learn about the history of the Vaux-le-Vicomte Palace and France’s first garden from your complimentary audio-guide. To accompany this exceptional moment, recorded classical music is played in the garden to bring in a special touch.
Enjoy a romantic and enchanting evening in 17th century France.
Subject to change at any time without notice
Starters (please choose one)
Grilled scallops, salad with strawberry vinaigrette
White asparagus soup, green asparagus, lavender Vinaigrette
Warm Foie Gras escalope, salad with berries and cinnamon
Main Dishes (please choose one)
Veal fillet, bacon cream, sautéed potatoes
Grilles tuna steak, tomato and basil sauce, chutney of peppers and fresh tomatoes
Duck filet, foie gras, balsamic vinegar sauce
Deserts (please choose one)
Strawberry mousse with basil and poppy and ice-cream
Grilled fruits plate (pineapple, banana, orange), spiced chocolate sauce, ice-cream
Reviewed by Nancy G, September 2012
Once in a lifetime not to be missied experience. The 2000 candles are something you can't see anywhere else and they had fireworks before we left which were grand. There were two couples in the van with us one of whom flew in from NYC for a long weekend just to come to this ..can't wait to go back better then the inside of Versailles we both thoight
Reviewed by Adriana B, September 2012
Really pleasant and relaxing tour, good meal and beautiful fireworks show afterwards.