Charles and Camilla have announced their inaugural tour as king and queen consort

Buckingham Palace announced on Friday that Charles and Camilla, as the United Kingdom’s king and queen consort, have arranged their first royal tour.

The tour, which is being described as the “first state visit of the new reign,” will take the royal couple to France and Germany from March 26 to March 31.

“The visit will celebrate Britain’s relationship with France and Germany, marking our shared histories, culture and values,” the palace noted in its announcement. “It will also provide an opportunity to look forwards and demonstrate the many ways the U.K. is working in partnership with France and Germany, whether that be to tackle climate change, respond to the conflict in Ukraine, seize trade and investment opportunities, or share the best of our arts and culture.”

Charles and Camilla will also have “engagements highlighting the importance of sustainability and community” and “opportunities to reflect on the sacrifices and challenges of our shared past, out of which has come an enduring legacy of cooperation and reconciliation,” according to Buckingham Palace.

During their stay in France from March 26 to March 29, the royal couple will participate in a ceremony of remembrance at the Arc de Triomphe with French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron. Additionally, they will inaugurate a new exhibition featuring works by Manet and Degas at the Musée d’Orsay, view the aftermath of wildfires in Bordeaux, tour an organic vineyard, and attend a state banquet at Versailles, among other activities.

From March 29 to March 31, the royals will visit Germany, where they will be formally welcomed by German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his wife Elke Büdenbender at the Brandenburg Gate. They will attend a state banquet at Bellevue Palace, take part in a ceremony of remembrance at St. Nikolai Memorial in Hamburg, and hear a speech by Charles at the Bundestag. Meanwhile, Camilla will visit the Komische Oper opera company in Berlin alongside Elke Büdenbender and meet with Ukrainian refugees staying in Germany.

Charles and Camilla, who will be crowned in May, have both visited France and Germany multiple times. Charles has made 35 official visits to France and 29 to Germany, while Camilla has visited France eight times and Germany three times, as reported by People.