Reims is a region known for Champagne production, picturesque rolling hills and vineyards, and its proximity to Paris. Its champagne, the very symbol of sophistication, graceful living and celebration, is produced nowhere else in the world. Sightseeing centers around Reims and its Notre-Dame Cathedral, the heart of France's royal history where twenty-five kings were crowned. This Gothic structure is one of France's most magnificent churches, and some would place its rose windows among the best in the world. South of the Champagne vineyards is Troyes, once one of Europe's most magnificent cities. This capital of the Counts of Champagne is lined with beautifully-preserved half-timbered houses built during the 16th Century. North of Reims are the French Ardennes where Europe's sometimes bloody history has been decided on the fields of Sedan, Argonne and Châlons-sur-Marne, along the rivers Meuse and Marne. Visit all of Reim's attractions, including St. Remi Museum and Basilica, Palais du Tau, Surrender room, Fine Arts Museum, and La Pompelle Fort.View Full Itinerary
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