Novotel Reims Tinqueux

Route de Soissons, BP 12, Cedex, Tinqueux, Champagne-Ardenne, 51431, France
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la Gare de Reims, Nov 2010la Gare de Reims, Nov 2010

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travelling to Reims

by valderome

my husband & i will be in France next summer and want to spend a weekend in Amsterdam and about 5 days in Reims. we had wanted to catch a train from Amsterdam to Reims and then return to Paris by train from Reims but there doesn't appear to be a traiin from Amsterdam to Reims that I can find. Any suggestions?

Re: travelling to Reims

by cubsur

There are no direct trains between Amsterdam and Reims. You will always have to go through Paris, changing trains and stations there and possibly change also elsewhere.

The best source of information on train times is the German Railways database at

www.reiseauskunft.bahn.de

which is available in numerous languages. However you cannot make reservations (essential) using that site so you will need to look at www.raileurope.com or anotehr simialr site.

It will be a fairly long journey given the need to cross Paris between terminal stations.

Re: travelling to Reims

by puerto_lover

I think you need to look nearer the time of travel to check available services. Train services do change and new routes may open. In any event it's worth getting some ideas now so you can work out the logistics. Maybe a route via Brussels and then change for another service - perhaps getting to Lille and switching onto the TGV network. Reims has a TGV station called Champagne-Ardennes but it is not in the city itself. Perhaps a couple of changes may mean that you can avoid going to Reims via Paris and see more of Europe?
But I think looking nearer the time of travel may prove more useful.
Maybe even getting to Reims via Strasbourg the home of all those Eurocrats !

Re: travelling to Reims

by qaminari

There isn't a single train, no, but of course you can take a series of trains, it will always be a minimum of 2, with a change in Paris. At the moment this takes nearly all day, i.e. +/- 7 hours, but high-speed service on Thalys is coming into operation Amsterdam and Brussels next week and reduce that leg by 1 hour to 1h53 (it is already in operation between Brussels and Paris, this leg takes 1h22). So look again at the DB site - http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en - after 13/12/09. Here is a sample timing at the moment, for a weekday, by Thalys and TGV, both of which require compulsory seat reservation and therefore advance booking:
Amsterdam Centraal dep 09:26
Paris Nord arr 13:35
Paris Nord dep 13:35
(transfer 30 min. walking distance 800 m
Paris Est arr 14:05)
Paris Est dep 15:57
Reims arr 16:42

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Good websites

by Dabs

For general information about Reims:

http://www.ville-reims.com/
Click on the tourism tab, tourist office-at the bottom of the page, click on download our tourist guide. There is a good map of the city on pages 34-35 of the guide along with hotels, restaurants, sights, etc.

http://www.reims-tourisme.com/

The cheiling

by MEdelmann


Look above and you will see a wonderful gothic cheiling. It was great to photograph because the windows lightened it well.

I was sitting on the floor when I take this picture.

And please feel free to click on the picture if you would like to see the great details of it ...

A GREAT PLACE.....

by eden_teuling about GALERIES LAFAYETTE

This is a GRANDIOSE DEPARTMENT STORE, where is it great goofing around, expecially on a rainy day....

I took this pgotograph because this LAFAYETTE is still housed in the original building and on top I discovered the words : "MAGASINS MODERNES", lovely in the late afternoon sunshine!

There was something more that attracted my attention: see next tip.....

VOSGES: Riquewir

by dewaele.j

Although wine-villages are spreaded around this area, we visited only few: kaysersberg and Riquewir. Last one particularly was very pittoresc. Although weather was terrible, strolling arround the midieval cobbled streets was enjoyable. Do try to buy some Riesling, Pinot Noir or Pinot Blanc.

TAITTINGER HISTORIC CAVES.....

by eden_teuling

CHAMPAGNE!!!!! Don't we always associate this word with FESTIVITIES, PARTIES, SPECIAL OCASSIONS and HAPPINESS??

REIMS is in the HEART of the region CHAMPAGNE AND YES, THIS IS THE PLACE where the grapes grow and ripen and become the famous CHAMPAGNE we all love so very much.

Each year 150,000 people visit the TAITTLINGER caves in REIMS.

These caves, situated under the during the FRENCH REVOLUTION destroyed Abbey Saint-Nicaise, were dug during the GALLO-ROMAN period and enlarged during the 13th Century by the monks, who kept their CHAMPAGNE there.
The monks owned vineyards and traded in CHAMPAGNE......

Nice to see all these bottles with their "kicks", which we call "ziel". This is the hole at the bottom of the bottle.

There are guided tours through these caves from 1st March - 30th November each day and from November till March only on weekdays.

The guids speak several languages so I would recommend this tour to everyone.......also because you will want to taste some champagne, won't you?
So special to taste it at the place where the grapes grew in cold Spring, hot Summer and colourful Autum, to rest during the icy Winter!

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Address: Route de Soissons, BP 12, Cedex, Tinqueux, Champagne-Ardenne, 51431, France