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From Calais, take the A26, then leave at junction 16 continue forward and turn right onto the N44.
With plenty of historical and cultural value Reims is home to the renowned Notre-Dame Cathedral and no less than eleven champagne houses.
Reims is home to one of the finest cathedrals in France - the Cathedral of Notre Dame - as well as some of the world’s most famous Champagne houses including G.H. Martel, Mumm, Piper-Heidsieck , Veuve Cliquot-Ponsardin and Ruinart. It also boasts five museums including the World War II Surrender Museum.
Is there a local speciality?
It's in the Champagne-Ardenne region. We'll give you one guess what it is.
Any good activities around?
We can't help but recommend that you go on a Champagne tasting at one of the Houses. The shopping's not bad either.
When's market day?
Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays with a flea market on Thursdays.
Interesting town fact
Reims’ most notable claim to fame is that for hundreds of years, it was the only place in France where kings were crowned. In all, 24 coronations have taken place in the Cathedral of Notre Dame.