Champagne Georges Cartier
Hewn out of the chalk in the 18th century, the warren of cellars and passageways at Champagne Georges Cartier is incredibly atmospheric....
Hôtel de Ville
In the neoclassical Hôtel de Ville built in 1850 for the French architect Victor Lenoir. You can take a peek at the ornate, Louis...
Moët & Chandon
Flying the Moët, French, European and Russian flags, this prestigious maison offers frequent one-hour tours that are among the region’s...
The downstairs cellar has a stash of 300 different varieties of Champagne; sample them (from €6 a glass) in the softly lit bar-bistro...
Pâtisserie Vincent Dallet
A sweet dream of a chocolaterie, patisserie and tea room, with delectable pralines, macaroons and pastries. A champenoise speciality is...
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Picnic treats galore.