Yes, you’ve read correctly! From June 5th to 7th this year, travelers on the ultra-chic Simplon-Orient-Express Venice can enjoy unlimited (house) champagne for the anniversary. The tour starts in Reims in France, the house of Veuve Clicquot (champagne house founded in Reims in 1772).
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That’s where the adventure begins. It will take vendors on a comprehensive two-night tour that follows the shipping route of the first champagne bottles. The tour ends with an overnight stay in Venice at the Cipriani, Hotel Belmond. During your journey on board this luxury train, you can taste the menu created by the famous chef Jean Ibert.
Imagine waking up to the spectacular sunrises of the Alps! As the train crosses the Alps, guests enjoy the most spectacular views from their cabins before arriving in Venice. From there they take a boat to Cipriani. Guests will also be treated to a final glass of champagne at the Sunset Ball at Veuve Clicquot.
The journey is very optimistic, magical, and full of beautiful experiences! Those interested in this ultra-exclusive and expensive experience will have to shell out $8,432 (INR 6,29,326) per person (starting price) when sharing two cabins.
Guests can also be upgraded to a Cabin Suite or a Grand Suite, and an exclusive night before their trip at the Hotel du Marc at Veuve Clicquot in Reims includes a stay in the Grand Suites. Ready for this unique opportunity?