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Located in the northeast of France, Champagne offers an exceptional cultural heritage, but also a natural and gastronomic one. In Champagne-Ardenne, you will discover the famous “nectar of kings”, Champagne! But Champagne-Ardenne is also a land of history where the destiny of France was played. From sparkling Reims, to Route of Champagne and its charming villages, via Troyes and its listed half-timbered houses, a crescendo of emotions awaits you.


What to see in Champagne ?


City of the coronations of the kings of France, the city of Reims is classified as a city of art and history with no less than three UNESCO sites. There are exceptional sites there: its Cathedral, its Palais du Tau, its Basilica… But Reims is best known for being the city of champagne, Wines of Kings and King of Wines!


Epernay is located in the heart of the most prestigious vineyard in the world: 20,000 hectares of vines at its feet, 200 million bottles in 100 kilometres of cellars! To visit Epernay is to discover the sober and elegant architecture of the Capital of Champagne. The “avenue de Champagne” is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!


It is in the heart of the prestigious hillsides listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stands the small village of Hautvillers, known as the cradle of Champagne. The village owes its notoriety to the legend of the monk Dom Pérignon: it is in this village that he invented champagne! Considered one of the most beautiful villages in Champagne, it has very beautiful wrought iron signs and adorable little alleys.


Troyes is a charismatic city, with a medieval look. The city will seduce history lovers with its multi-coloured half-timbered houses, its narrow streets, its Renaissance mansions, its many museums and its beautiful churches!

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Our favourites ♥

  • Learn the art of sabring ritual, a French tradition back to Napoleon of removing the cork from a bottle of champagne with a sword.
  • Hop into the basket, take to the skies and discover Epernay from the air in an airballon
  • Visit a unique wine cellar combining oenology and geology: the seashell wine cellar
  • Relax yourself in a luxury accommodation in the middle of Champagne vineyard
  • Taste the biscuits from the oldest biscuit factory in France, the famous Fossier biscuits
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