Planning Your Day in Champagne

All private tours are personalised

This page will will guide you though the 3 key planning questions for your trip to the Champagne region.

1. Where do you want to start and end the day?
2. How to spend the day between Champagne and historical sites?
3. Where do you want to visit?

We will build a personalised itinerary to create your ideal day in Champagne based on your answers and vineyard availability, driving distances, duration of lunch, and preferred pick up / drop off location.

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Timing by Car
 Full Day from Paris
 at 7.45am
 Duration 10hrs
 Full Day from Champagne
 at 8.45am +/-
 Duration 8hrs
 Half Day from Champagne
 at 8:45am or 1:45pm+/-
 Duration 4hrs


Train from Gare' de L'est to Reims Ville Gare or Champagne Ardenne around 40 mins

How to Spend the Day

The 3 most popular options with time for lunch are:
• 2 Champagne House visits + 1 Vineyard Tasting Stop + 1 Historical Visit
• 1 Champagne House visits + 2 Vineyard Visits + 1 Historical Visit
• 2 Vineyard Visits + 2 Tasting Stops

Opening times vary between 9am and 10am -12pm and 2pm to between 5pm and 6pm and most but not all are closed on Sundays especially the afternoon.

Route Examples

• 4 Visits in Reims & Epernay: Cathedral + Ch. Veuve in Reims + Ch. Moet in Epernay + Hautvillers
• 4 Visits in Epernay: Hautvillers + Ch. Moet Epernay + Vineyard Visit in Damery + Vineyard Visit in Cumieres
•  5 Visits in Reims: Cathedral + Ch. Taittinger in Reims + Vineyard Visits in Rilly + Tasting in Verzy + Eceuil

• 4 Visits in Reims & Epernay: Cathedral + Ch. Veuve in Reims + Ch. Moet in Epernay + Hautvillers
• 3 Visits in the Cote de Blancs: Ch. Billecart Salmon + Vineyard Visit in Mesnil sur Oger + Avize
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Tel: +33.140.279.687
Phone Hours: Mon to Fri 10am - 6pm
Other times: Please use e-mail (Link @ Top)

Reims Office du Tourisme