Campanile Reims Murigny

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Avenue Georges Pompidou, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51100, France
Campanile Reims Murigny
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Buses from Reims to Troyes

by dimittis

I will be travelling to Reims in two weeks and would like to make a daytrip to Troyes. I understand that one must travel back through Paris to get to Troyes by train, but is there a bus service between the two towns? I have been unable to find anything online about timetables and the like. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Buses from Reims to Troyes

by Beausoleil

Hi. Try the following web site.

It has info on buses and cheap airlines. Scroll down to the France section and there is a lot of information. The train does go into Paris and back out to Troyes so it's a waste of time.

If all else fails, rent a car and drive down. You get on the A26 and go directly from Reims to Troyes. Hopefully, you can get a bus and leave the driving to them. Another alternative would be an inexpensive airline. That might be the fastest, cheapest way to go.

Good luck.

RE: Buses from Reims to Troyes

by 2pink4me

Hi look like I'm trying to this trip a year after you! did you have any luck finding a bus from Reims to Troyes?

Travel Tips for Reims

visit the city center. The...

by DanielF

visit the city center. The cathedral is the most outstanding monument, but not the only one. Don't forget to visit the beautiful streets and squares in the city, full of French grandeur and charm. This is a picture of the city hall. Other interesting sights are the Place Royale, the Basilique Saint Rémi, The Place d'Erlon....

Poor things

by garridogal

The Village de Noel had some cages with animals in them which we couldn't help thinking must've been a crappy experience for them. In fact, we joked about setting them free. They also had a carousel of baby donkeys(?) for kids to ride. However, I found this to be the worst. You can't really tell from this picture, but this poor animal was frightened out of it's wits with everyone just standing around gawking at it.


by dewaele.j

As the Ballon d´Alsace is a famous Tour De France climb, and as I am a cycling fan, me and Ulrike decided to climb this 9km col (continuously around 9%) with VTT. Although we both finished the climb (it took me about 52 minutes), the climb did also manage to finish us. Acomplishing it however is very fullfilling. On the way back, we also saw professional cyclist Christophe Moreau (in training for the World Championchips I reckoned).

Hôtel de Ville

by MM212

Built in 1628, l'Hôtel de Ville is the grandest Renaissance-period edifice in Reims. It was purposefully built as the city hall in a French-style, but with a subtle hint of Flemish, particularly in its central clock tower. Construction was intermittent along the way due to shortage of funds, but when it was finalised in the 19th century, it had not deviated from the original design. Unfortunately, l'Hôtel de Ville was almost completely destroyed in a fire during WWI, so much of what we see today is from a subsequent reconstruction, also faithful to the original design.


by eden_teuling

This wonderful museum has 200 vehicles on show, some 160 cars and some 40 motor-cyles and also numerous very special and extraordinary vehicles.

You can also admire some 4,000 miniature cars, enamel plaques and "commercials" really is a real joy visiting this place.

The museum is located in an old plant/factory and for those wo are "connoisseurs" / "experts" names like:
Cottin-Desgouttes, Delahaye, Hotchkiss, Panhard and Levasseur, Rosengart, Salmson, Porsche, Jaguar, Lancia etc. will make a visit really A MUST.

In the photo you see a : PEUGEOT 301 from 1932.

A second tip will enhance your desire to do there..........


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Address: Avenue Georges Pompidou, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51100, France