Reims, the Champagne and Coronation city, is the discovery of an important part of France history.
With numerous points of interest and a few UNESCO world heritage sites, it’s a place worth visiting whether pilgrim or not.
One UNESCO classified monument is the Palace of Tau, located right next to the Cathedral; it was once the residence of the Archbishops of Reims. It is nowadays a museum, and the Cathedral’s treasury exhibition place. You will find objects that have been used for the king’s coronations.
It is also worth visiting the House of Champagne, which is one of the major attractions and wonder around the chalk caves with a guide. They will also offer champagne tasting at the end of the tour.
Access by train
The train station is located in the town center. The average journey time by train between London and Reims is 6 hours and 23 minutes, with around 13 trains per day.
Access by plane
The best way to get to Reims by plane is to fly into Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, which services dozens of direct flights from the UK daily.
How to get around by Reims ?
The city of Reims isn’t particularly extensive and it is pleasant to go around by foot. However, Reims also has a large public transportation system available. It is really easy to get around in the city Reims, especially thanks to its buses and trams that connect the city to its close suburbs.