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From Calais take the A16, then the A4, N51, N2051, N51, and then the D3
Sitting below vine-covered hills Epernay is well situated to discover a number of the renowned champagne producers.
Epernay is synonymous with Champagne, The capital of the world’s favourite wine has one focal point – the illustrious Avenue de Champagne where you’ll discover the most famous Champagne Houses, grand houses and mansions. The avenue was classified in 1994 as a Site of Special Gastronomic Interest. Bon appetit!
Is there a local speciality?
Yes there is. The town claims that drinking Champagne here is like listening to Mozart in Salzburg.
Any good activities around?
Continuing a rapidly developing theme, we recommend you take the route Touristique Champagne, a well posted tour of the local vineyards, cellars, châteaux and villages.
When's market day?
There is variety of markets on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Interesting town fact
There are 120km of cellars underneath the town – enough room to store 200 million bottles of bubbly.