Arcantis L'Hotel

1 rue Bernex, St Brice Courcelles, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51370, France
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Visiting Reims next week

by slevente

Hi,

I'll go to Reims, but I don't know the city. Could anyone help me? What do I have to visit there? I'm interested in the history of Reims and the most important places in its history.

Thanks

RE: Visiting Reims next week

by Igraine

The thing to look at in Reims is the cathedral. If my memory serves me right the French kings were buried there. The cathedral itsself is a stunning gothic piece or architecture.

RE: Visiting Reims next week

by Beausoleil

In the cathedral be sure you see the Chagall windows in the back. They are marvelous. In Reims there is also the Basilique de St. Remy with the statue of the baptism of Clovis.

You can also check http://www.franceguide.com/ for French tourist information and don't forget to do a search right here on VT.

Enjoy your trip.

Travel Tips for Reims

Reims is known for the most...

by CorvetteChic

Reims is known for the most famous wine in the world. So everyone absolutely must visit the champagne houses. Read below for a very detailed reason you must visit those awesome champagne houses.

For more than two centuries, Reims has been the historic city where most world wide known great champagne houses have developed. The 30,000 hectares of vineyards are situated to the south, in particular the Montagne de Reims with its pinots, the Marne Valley with its meuniers, the Côte des Blancs and Bar with its chardonnays. The skillful blending of these varieties, wines and years enables each champagne to retain its characteristics year after year.

To the east of a line from Geneva to Boulogne, its Air Traffic Control Centre maintains the safety of air transport.

The plane attracted on the eve of the 20th century by the wide plains of Champagne, today puts the City of Coronations within reach of international airport. The airport of Reims Champagne hosts commercial aviation, the aerodrome of Reims Prunay is for business travellers. By railroad, Reims should soon be 30 minutes away from Charles De Gaulle Airport, by the TGV Est.

Conviviality first. Nestled in the most prestigious vineyards in the world, Reims seduces especially by its human dimension, cherishing its traditions and giving everyone a new taste for the future.

Pack an Umbrella

by Cynthia_marie

Remember to bring an Umbrella !!! We were there in March. It was cool and then starting raining. (We had forgotten to pack umbrellas) We should know better than anyone from living in Belgium that it can rain suddenly when you least expect it. We dashed inside a cafe to escape the downpour. So, dress warmly and stay dry. You must bring a digital camera as there are many monuments/little shops you will want to take pics off.

Cathedrale de Notre-Dame - Introduction

by aliante1981

One of the world's most famous Gothic cathedrals is well known and regarded for its harmony and monumentality. It had a rather turbulent history. During the Revolution of 1793, the rood screen and stained glass windows were damaged, but the stonework survived. Most of it, however, are only copies, with the originals in the Palais de Tau. It was damaged and restored after World War I, largely by U.S. contributions from John D. Rockefeller; but was lucky enough to have escaped World War II relatively unharmed. Major restorations were completed early in 1996 (I was there just afterwards).

Built on the site of a church, that presumably dated back to the 4th century and burned down in the fire in 1211, it was intended as a sanctuary where French kings would be anointed. The reason for this particular choice is that St-Rémi, the bishop of Reims, to whom an abbey and a basilica are dedicated, baptized Clovis, the king of the Franks, exactly on this spot in A.D. 496. All the kings of France from Louis the Pious in A.D. 815 to Charles X in 1825 were crowned here, though perhaps the most famous coronation took place in 1429 and was that of Charles VII. Why is it famous? Well, it was attended by Joan of Arc.

Basilica of Saint-Remi

by Tom_Fields

In AD 496, the ancient Frankish king Clovis needed a victory over his enemies the Alamanni. He promised that if he won it, he would convert to Christianity. So he did, at the Battle of Tolbiac. His baptism was right here in Reims. The ceremony was performed by Saint Remi, where the Basilica of Saint Remi now stands. The first church was built in the sixth century. The present one dates from 1007.

Visit the Moët et Chandon winery

by Pierre_Rouss

Visit the Moët et Chandon winery in Epernay including the caves and Champagne sampling.
Unique Qualities: My personal preference over Pommery and Momms. They produce the Don Perignon which remains an exceptional champagne. You all know Don Perignon, but it is also the name of the monk who invented Champagne.

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Address: 1 rue Bernex, St Brice Courcelles, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51370, France