A Champagne Tour On A Beer Budget: Reims, France

France sightseeing tour guide: The finest wines in the world, sites of historical significance, Gothic and Surrealist art – all these treasures are located within ten minutes of each other. Come explore!

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Reims Guided Sightseeing Tour Near Paris

Taste the finest wines, see the room where German Forces surrendered in World War II, visit a significant Cathedral, and have a famous pink biscuit! Visit the focal center of the region of Champagne, France, to take a look at the contrast of ancient traditions and modern life in the city. Tour one of the most prestigious Champagne houses in the world – one of the many available to visit in Reims – and learn more about this beautiful region and its famous bubbly wine. Then take a trip into an underground network of over 120 kilometers of champagne cellars. The World War II surrender site is also here. Reims is only 90 minutes from Paris by rail or auto, so it makes a great day trip!

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  • Introduction
  • The Champagne House
  • Time for Lunch
  • An Open Bus Tour
  • The Cathedral & So Much More
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Food & Wine, Historical/Heritage
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
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  • Take a cover up when you visit the champagne cellars: they can be chilly. Also wear comfortable shoes: most cellar visits will involve climbing up and down steps. Some champagne houses can accommodate the needs of families with children and people with disabilities, so call ahead if you are traveling with a person with reduced mobility.
  • Take frequent breaks at the many sidewalk cafes. You will be able to maintain your energy throughout the day and also take in more of the local atmosphere. People watching is one of the favorite French pastimes.
  • Want to know if you should tip in Reims? If the bill says 'service compri' this means the tip is included. However, you won't go wrong adding an extra ten percent if you are satisfied with the service.
  • At the end of September and the beginning of October the area explodes with life during the harvest. Over 100,000 seasonal workers descend on the area, and many visitors as well. It's a great time to visit but be sure to book ahead if you are planning to come during this season.
  • There is a splendid TGV EST (high-speed train) that joins Paris Gare de l'Est and Reims in less than 45 minutes. It is quite an experience and much more relaxing than driving. All attractions are within walking distance from the train station.

Sylvia Edwards Davis

Sylvia Edwards Davis toured the world on the wings of her career in the travel and hospitality industry and served on the Board of Directors of two international chambers of commerce. Her writing career combines the best of her business experience with her love of wine, food, people and travel. Sylvia and her husband David, an artist, live in a small village in rural France.


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