The vineyards of the Champagne hills lead tourists to Reims , a city that tastes of champagne and smells of history. Because where to look for this sparkling drink, if not in the largest champagne cellars? Where to touch the history of France, if not in the place where French kings were crowned? A visit to this place is an amazing journey through the ages with a glass of champagne in hand.
There are not as many sights in Reims as in the largest centers of France, but you will still find interesting places there if you like to visit . As many as three monuments of Reims, including the Saint-Nicaise hill, are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. You should also be interested in this information if champagne is one of your favorite spirits. The great attraction of the city are the champagne houses and cellars where this noble drink is matured.