Reims

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Getting there You can get to Reims from Charleville, Longwy and Culmont chalindre. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 00:40 ₹ 1,200
From Dijon 03:31 ₹ 3,600
From La Ferte Milon 01:04 ₹ 1,040
From Charleville 00:56 ₹ 1,040
From Longwy 02:21 ₹ 2,400
From Culmont Chalindre 02:38 ₹ 2,800
From Nancy 00:53 ₹ 1,520
From Sedan 01:16 ₹ 1,200
From Metz 00:47 ₹ 1,760
From Chalons En Champagne 00:20 ₹ 720
From Epernay 00:19 ₹ 720
From St Erme 00:22 ₹ 720
From Rethel 00:30 ₹ 720
From Laon 00:33 ₹ 720
From Champagne-ardenne 00:06 ₹ 720


Getting around From Reims, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Champagne-ardenne 00:14 ₹ 720
To St Erme 00:33 ₹ 720
To Laon 00:49 ₹ 720
To La Ferte Milon 01:14 ₹ 1,040
To Longwy 02:27 ₹ 2,400
To Epernay 03:03 ₹ 720
To Rethel 03:10 ₹ 720
To Chalons En Champagne 03:36 ₹ 720
To Charleville 03:44 ₹ 1,040
To Sedan 04:05 ₹ 1,200
To Paris 04:05 ₹ 1,200
To St Dizier 04:10 ₹ 1,040
To Amiens 04:37 ₹ 2,000
To Nancy 04:49 ₹ 1,520
To Metz 05:23 ₹ 2,000
To Culmont Chalindre 05:30 ₹ 2,000
To Dijon 05:56 ₹ 2,640

While you're there

Reims, gateway to the Champagne region

Reims is a French town located in the Champagne-Ardenne region, northeast of Paris. The town of Reims has four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, museums and landmarks which bear witness to a rich and glorious past. The town is the gateway to the Champagne region. From Reims, visitors can visit great champagne houses such as Veuve Clicquot, Taittinger, Pommery and Ruinart. There are sereval landmarks of interest in Reims, namely the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Palace of Tau, and the Saint-Remi Basilica.


Discover Reims most popular landmarks. The Notre-Dame Cathedral, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a masterpiece of 13th century Gothic art. This magnificent building is decorated with more than 2,300 sculptures, including the famous Smiling Angel and has stained-glass windows designed by Chagall. As for the Palace of Tau, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and was the former residence of the bishops and archbishops of Reims. Don’t miss a visit to the impressive Saint-Remi Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Did you know that you can visit the Foujita Chapel, which was offered to Leonard Foujita in 1965. The latter was a Buddhist and Japanese by birth, who experienced an outburst of faith for Catholicism when visiting the Basilica of Sain-Remi in Reims.

Taste local delights such as Jambon de Reims, a shoulder of ham seasoned with Champagne; the famou biscuit rose de Reims, a pink biscuit; and a Sorbet au Marc de Champagne.

Use your time in Reims to get to know more about Champagnes. Have a Champagne house visit. There are many well-known houses to choose from: Pommery, Taittinger, Mercier, Mumm, Canard-Duchene, to name just a few.


Office de tourisme de Reims
2 rue Guillaume de Machault. 51722 Reims
Tel: +33 (0)821 610 160

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

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Customer reviews

  • "Americans travel on TGV"    
    Our trip to Reims was easy  
  • "Great experience overall. "    
    Great experience overall. Just wished that there were more instructions in English for tourists.  
  • "Vacation to Paris/London"    
    I was very pleased with the trip to London from Paris. It was much more pleasant than being forced off to the airport. I enjoyed the scenery, service and the ability to get up and walk around. I would use Eurorail again on a future trip.  
  • "Excelent Service"    
    The train departed at the Schedule hour and we arrived at Reims in 46 minutes!  
  • "Paris-Reims TGV"    
    We took the TGV from Paris Gare d'Est to Reims for a day trip. It is a fast, clean, efficient way to go. The train system is precisely on time in departing and arriving. It is crazy fast — in 45 minutes it covers the same distance it would take 2.5 hours to travel by car. Tickets can be purchased online in advance, so you are assured of a certain seat and fare class. Or, you can purchase at the station. We purchased in advance and were able to save quite a bit that way, knowing exactly the day and time of our trip. The cars are very clean, modern and comfortable. The trip is very, very smooth. We would certainly use the TGV again without hesitation.  
  • "Comfortable way into Paris"    
    Having driven a hire car through parts of France for 7 days we were happy to be driven, the train was clean and very comfortable, and quick (at around 300km) -  
  • "Trip to Reims"    
    Clean train nice staff. No problems  
  • "Nice trip to Reims"    
    My daughter and I went to Reims so that she could see her favorite Cathedral. The train was clean comfortable and fast. So glad that it was so easy to add this trip to our visit to Paris.  
  • "Jealous American"    
    We can only wish that the U.S. Would develop such a wonderful rail system an experience. Fast and comfortable.  
  • "Delightful "    
    My wife and I enjoyed the TgV from Reims to Paris in MAy 2015. The service was fast, smooth and comfortable. They only criticism is that there was no luggage bay/shelves so luggage had to be stored in the egress space which was ok. We would definately use it again.  
  • "Very happy trip"    
    Train on time. Seats very comfortable and useful power outlet to charge my digital camera. Cabins clean. Would be better to have choice to pick forward looking seats.  
  • "Day trip to Reims"    
    Prebooking TGV from Paris to Reims on Rail Europe was convenient and allowed ample time to go on tours and explore the city. The only challenge was the print at station instructions had changed but that was quickly rectified. Would definitely use Rail Europe again.  
  • "terrific way to get around "    
    Took the high speed train from Paris to Reims for the day and it was wonderful. Had a first class seat which was very roomy. The train was very smooth, quick, efficient. Would definitely take it again while in Europe.  
  • "comfortable and fun"    
    it was on time and comfortable...eveything is good except for no wifi acess on the train..the price is a little bit high...  
  • "So convenient"    
    Took a day trip to Reims from Paris. Train travel is so much easier than flying. Rolled up 15 minutes before. Tons of leg room in 1st class. Super clean. Fantastic views of the french countryside and made a 200km trip in 45 minutes.  
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