Reims cathedral and the Champagne region with chauffeur-driven car

Reims: the City of Coronations

As a theater of major religious and cultural facts, the Champagne region has a highly varied historical and architectural heritage. Kings of France were crowned in the classified Unesco world heritage cathedral Notre-Dame de Reims (Our Lady of Rheims).
King of wines, the Champagne has to be discovered through its methods of elaboration and its tasting in world-famous cellars. During the return of the excursion, on the road of the vineyards by way of Épernay-Dormans, you will be at the heart of the vineyards of the Champagne region.

Stop 1
The cathedral Notre-Dame of Reims has testified for 800 years of France History. Place of kings of France coronation (29 kings of France were crowned between 1027 and 1825 there), Notre-Dame of Reims is also a major piece from an Art history point of view. As a real jewel of Gothic architecture, the cathedral has been qualified as a universal reference by Unesco.

Stop 2
Located in Reims and Epernay, the houses of champagne reveal their cellars of a great beauty. You will discover, during a visit, the preparation process of champagne and will let your senses express themselves enjoying a glass in a prestigious cellar such as Moët and Chandon, Mumm or even Pommery.

Stop 3
The road of Champagne vineyards, which connects Épernay with Dormans, offers extraordinary panoramas of the villages and grapevines of the region where independent wine-growers still produce, according to secular methods, champagne, red wine, white wines, or even the rosé of Riceys.


Day trip to Champagne by car with driver

departure destination
8 a.m at place of your choice 1 Reims Cathedral
Champagne cellars
The road of vineyards
the price includes not included in the price
The round trip 2
The waiting time of the driver
The admission charge 3
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(1) At the place of your choice in Paris and bordering suburb
(2) Return around 4 p.m at the place of departure or of your choice in Paris and bordering suburb
(3) Entrance fees in Champagne cellars