Troyes - Citybreak - 1 day(s)
During your visit to Troyes, go back in time to June 1420, when the King of England Henry V got married to Catherine of France, daughter of Charles VI and Isabeau of Bavaria, at the Saint-Jean-au-Marché church. This little-known piece of history is now being revisited for the 6th centenary of the «Shameful Treaty of Troyes», signed at Troyes Cathedral. A visit to «Le Cellier St-Pierre» and its distillery nestled at the foot of the cathedral, followed by a tasting of Troyes sloe gin « Prunelle de Troyes ». Lunch of a local produce.
A visit to the « Two Crowns, One King: Troyes in 1420 » exhibition. For the 6th centenary of the Treaty of Troyes, the Department of Aube wishes to revisit this little-known piece of history through a major exhibition involving nearly 180 prestigious documents (works of art, ornate manuscripts, archaeological and military objects, and archival documents) lent by national and international institutions.
|Tarif groupe : Price based on a group of 40 people, subject to change|