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Reims

The City of Kings

Just 30 minutes from Châlons-en-Champagne, the largest city in the Marne, Reims, known as the “City of Kings”, awaits you.

Travel back in time

In Reims, relive over 2,000 years of history.

Step back in time to the Gallo-Roman era under the impressive Porte Mars, walk in the footsteps of the Kings of France, admire the magnificent façades of the Roaring Twenties, visit the place where the Nazi surrender was signed on 7 May 1945, and much more…

Each tour will unveil another chapter of history!

Enjoy sparkling experiences

Take a look behind the scenes of the world’s most famous wine.

Enter the world of champagne, and get ready to explore 120 km of underground cellars and galleries, some of which date back to Gallo-Roman times!

Fancy a breath of fresh air? Follow the Champagne Tourist Route and see the vineyards and picturesque villages unfold before your eyes.

Don’t miss a stop at a local vineyard to sample a few bubbles and discover the secrets of this delicious nectar!

Have a great time!

In the Boulingrin district, on Place d’Erlon, and around the cryptoportico… there is no shortage of great places to eat out in the City of Kings!

Reims boasts 6 Michelin-starred chefs, so the hardest part is simply deciding which restaurant to choose.

And most importantly, don’t leave Reims without having tasted the city’s speciality: its Biscuits Roses!