The beautiful city of Reims is located in the Champagne region of France. It is known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and, of course, its world-renowned champagne.
From exploring the city’s stunning Gothic cathedral to exploring its many outstanding restaurants to sipping champagne at one of its many champagne houses.
Let’s start with the most obvious thing you must do when in Reims Champagne – visit a champagne house. A champagne house is the equivalent of a winery for champagne makers.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and one of the most stunning churches I have ever visited.
You’ll find local specialties, produce, fish, meats, cheeses, and flowers at the market. It also regularly holds events.
The Palais du Tau was once the residence of the archbishops of Reims and is now a museum. It was also the Reims’ home of the King of France during his coronation.
This museum is dedicated to the development of the automobile in the 20th century. There are racing cars, motorcycles and many limited edition models.