Walking in Joan of Arc's footsteps
After entering the city on 29 April 1429, Joan of Arc and the French troops forced the English to withdraw on 8 May 1429, thereby ending the Siege of Orleans.
The history of the city is inextricably entwined with that of the young woman who changed the course of the Hundred Years' War.
Orleans has faithfully preserved her memory. During your visit to Orleans, step back in time and follow in the footsteps of Joan of Arc...
Programme of this group tour
Guided tour of Hôtel Groslot and Saint-Croix Cathedral
Optional: tour of Orleans city centre by land train
Lunch in a city-centre restaurant
(three courses, drinks included)
Guided tour of Orleans Old Town and Place du Martroi with the equestrian statue of Joan of Arc
Panoramic animated film at the Joan of Arc Museum
End of tour
Starting from €40 per person.
Based on a group of 30
Price includes: All services listed in the programme
Price does not include: Personal expenses and transport
Valid: All year (subject to availability)
Land train: Runs from April to October
Did you know?
2020 will be the centenary of Joan of Arc's canonisation!