Discover Reims during your stay in one of our Campanile hotels. Reims is above all the "city of coronations"; A visit to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is essential! Don’t forget to admire the Chagall stained glass windows at the end of the nave before heading to the Palais du Tau, which features a collection of coins from the royal treasury.The second day of your stay can then be devoted to the second most famous aspect of Reims: its champagne! Several champagne houses in the heart of the city even offer guided tours.
For a week-long stay in Reims, you can take a tour of champagne houses such as Veuve Cliquot, Pommery, Ruinart... then head off to explore the vineyards which are located a few kilometers to the south. There are many routes you can take by bike, on foot or by car in the regional natural park of the Montagne de Reims!
In the evening, enjoy the nightlife of the city with its many restaurants and bars located in the center around the long Place Drouet d'Erlon. Discover the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Reims, with its bountiful collection.
How about a pleasant stroll in the Parc de Montagne de Reims with the family, or through the heart of the forest of Verzy. It is a forest of "faux", spectacular trees with very singular forms (twisted branches in all directions). The trail is easy and well marked!In the villages of Bouzy and Athis, half an hour from the city, you can also visit a snail farm and a set of 11 aviaries with more than 300 species of birds from all continents. In Verzy, there is also the Arboxygène adventure trail, ideal for little ones (4-7 years).