Porte de Mars
Halles du Boulingrin
The vaulted Halles du Boulingrin were a symbol of Reims’ emergence from the destruction of WWI when they began service as the city’s...
Musée de la Reddition
The original Allied battle maps are still affixed to the walls of US General Dwight D Eisenhower’s headquarters, where Nazi Germany,...
Musée Hôtel Le Vergeur
In a 13th- to 16th-century town house, highlights include a series of furnished period rooms (kitchen, smoking room, Napoléon III’s...
Relax and sip Champagne at this wine bar, a huge hit with Reims’ in-crowd. Cheese and charcuterie tasting plates (around €12) go nicely...
Winningly fresh seafood is the big deal at this tiny eatery: try sardines tossed in chilli butter or hot oysters with parmesan.
Porte de Mars information
Lonely Planet review
For a quick trip back to Roman Gaul, check out the massive Porte de Mars , a three-arched triumphal gate built in the 2nd century AD.