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Day 1 London to Newhaven (20th July 2016)

You will enjoy the fantastic scenery of the South Downs. Tackle Turners Hill and cycle through historic Lewes before heading down to Newhaven. We will spend the night in Newhaven. The first night we will spend in a lovely hotel and share an excellent meal together getting to know your fellow travel companions.

Accommodation: Hotel (twin room)
Meals provided: Lunch & snacks
Distance: 61 miles ( 98 kilometers)
 

Day 2 Newhaven to Rouen (21st July 2016)

In the morning you will enjoy the ferry crossing to Dieppe. We will share Lunch together on the ferry crossing. After lunch we will cycle to Rouen the historical capital city of Normandy on the River Siene. Rouen was one of the largest and most prosperous cities of medieval Europe. The city is full of history. You could easily spend a few days exploring Rouen.

Accommodation: Hotel (twin room)
Meals provided: Breakfast, Lunch & snacks
Distance: 48 miles (78 kilometers) 
 

Day 3 Rouen to Vernon (22nd July 2016)

After leaving Rouen we follow the Seine for most of the morning and afternoon. After lunch we have a leisurely cycle to Vernon. In the afternoon you can explore the old town of Vernon beautifully situated on the left bank of the Seine or visit Monet’s garden.

Accommodation: Hotel (twin room)
Meals provided: Breakfast, Lunch & snacks
Distance: 48 miles (88 kilometers) 

 

Day 4 Vernon to Paris (23rd July 2016)

Follow the River Seine as it winds its way towards Paris. Cycle the impressive Chaps-Elysees and finish at the Eiffel Tower in time to celebrate. Few experiences can revival the feeling of arriving into Paris having cycled 223 miles from London over 4 days.

Accommodation: Hotel (Twin share room with own Ensuite). Central Paris near Place de la Bastille.
Meals provided: Breakfast, Lunch & snacks
Distance: 55 miles (96 kilometers)

 

Day 5 Paris to London (24th July 2016)

The 23rd of July is a free day in Paris to explore Paris. The 23rd of July is also the end of the Tour de France. See the pro riders arrive into Paris. An excellent experience. You will be returning to London on the Eurostar on Sunday. Your bikes will be returning via van to London. Your bikes will be available for collection on the Monday morning.  If you need your bikes to be available for you in London on the Sunday please send me a mail for how to arrange this.

Train: Eurostar back to London. Train time depends on the time selected at sign up. 
Total Distance: 223 miles (360 kilometers)
Meals provided: Breakfast

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