City of the coronation

One of the largest Cities of Art and History. The city owes its fame to the cathedral, which saw so many coronations of the Kings of France, and of course to champagne, as the city is the headquarters of many of the largest champagne houses.

Note that the cathedral, the Palais du Tau, the Abbey and the Basilica of Saint-Remi are all classified as World Heritage by UNESCO.

To see: the Museum of Fine Arts, The Vergeur Museum, the former Jesuit College and the Planetarium, Pompelle Fort, the Museum of the Surrender, the Reims Champagne Automobile Museum, Foujita Chapel, the Saint-Remi Basilica and Museum, the Cryptoportico, Porte Mars, the Place Royale...

What to see in Reims ?

Information :

Office de Tourisme de Reims
2 rue Guillaume de Machault
51100 Reims 
Tél. : 0 892 701 351 (0,34€/min) - Fax : 03 26 45 77 19

More information :

Check the discovery visits programme of Reims, city of art and history.