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Champagne wine tour

Champagne, the easy Paris wine tour

Champagne is the most prestigious sparkling wine in the world. It is also a lovely region of France near Paris, which grows all Champagne wines.

A Champagne wine tour is the easiest wine tour from Paris. In 10 hours, visit two Champagne cellars (picture), enjoy a good French lunch, visit the Cathedral of Reims (picture). Save a day for a Champagne tour.

Champagne tours from Paris Book

This tour by coach includes the visit of Reims Cathedral, Champagne tasting at Mumm and Moet & Chandon. Free lunch time. 125 euros.

Champagne tours with lunch Book

This tour from Paris by minivan includes the visit of Reims Cathedral, Champagne tasting at a family run cellar, Champagne tasting at Moet & Chandon cellar and a delicious French lunch. 239 euros.

Get to Champagne from Paris

Get on your own to Champagne wine country. Reims is 140 kilometers east from Paris. By car, it takes 90 minutes on A4 freeway.

It takes 45 minutes by train from Paris Gare de l'Est (TGV train) to Reims. See schedule and booking. The return trip from Paris takes one day.

Champagne tours from Reims Book

We recommend you the extraordinary Champagne Wine Tours from Reims by France Bubbles Tours

What can you do in Reims?

Spend half a day to a full day in Reims. The two major attractions are the Champagne cellars and Notre Dame Cathedral, the venue of the coronation of the French Kings and a Unesco world heritage sight. Don't miss Saint Remi, another beautiful church in Reims.

The best Champagne cellars in Reims are:

What else can you do in Champagne?

We suggest you go to Epernay, 26 km from Reims. Epernay is a little town, so different from Paris, its activity and size. To get to Epernay from Reims, you will drive through the lovely Champagne wine country.

In Epernay, visit famous Champagne wine cellars, like Moet et Chandon and Mercier.

Enjoy your Champagne wine country tour.

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