Place to visit

Epernay, Reims, and their cultural assets

  • The wine cellars, dating back to the first centuries A.D. which were hand hewn out of the chalk soil.
  • The 1914—18 war cemeteries and memorials.
  • In Reims, the cathedral where the french kings were crowned, and the basilica, dedicated to saint Rémy.
  • The picturesque scenery of the Champagne countryside, now classed as part of the Unesco World Heritage.
  • The opportunity to taste Champagne in a traditional wine cellar.
  • The fine food and excellent local produce.
  • The chance to walk through the vineyards and enjoy the real beauty of the landscape.