The 12th- to 14th-century Église St-Jacques , the city’s only remaining medieval parish church, has some 1960s stained glass that’s so...
Musée des Beaux-Arts
This institution’s rich collection, housed in an 18th-century abbey, boasts one of only four versions of Jacques-Louis David’s...
Screens non-dubbed films, some in English.
Solid choice for brasserie fare like moules frites (mussells and chips) and steaks. There’s a €6.50 children’s menu.
Lonely Planet review
A tea room and confectioner with old-fashioned mirrors, mosaics and marble. A good place to pick up a box of Reims’ famous biscuits roses , traditionally nibbled with Champagne (€6 to €7.50 a glass), rainbow-bright macarons and divine religieuses (cream-filled puff pastries).