- 8 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Begin your tour with a guided visit of the fabulous, famous G.H. Mumm champagne house (or similar). Since 1827, the vast cellars have cradled up to 25 million bottles of the finest champagne, and you lucky visitor will have the chance to sample a glass. Next, your tour guide will help you discover Reims city center and its monumental gothic cathedral, the location of many a coronation. It’ll then be time to grab a bite to eat at a French bistro, take some free time to stroll and explore the city. In the afternoon, you’ll visit the Nicolas Feuillatte cooperative (or similar) to learn all about the magical process of creating champagne. Since no champagne tour is complete without tasting the fruits of their labor, you’ll enjoy a delicious flute. Feeling full of French culture, history and bubbly, you’ll be dropped off at Epernay's train station to return back to Reims, possibly feeling slightly light-headed (your guide will provide your train ticket directly at the train station).
- Entry, guided visit and tastings at the Maison Mumm cellars and Nicolas Feuillatte cooperative
- Guided tour of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims
- Transportation during the tour of the Champagne region
- Return train ticket to Reims from Epernay train station at the end of the day
- Free time for lunch ( at your own expenses)
- Entry/Admission - Office de Tourisme de Reims
- Entry/Admission - La Maison Mumm
- Pick up and drop hotel
29 Rue du Champ de Mars, 51100 Reims, France
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Office de Tourisme de Reims, 6 rue Rockefeller, 51100, Reims France
Meet your guide at Cellar Mumm 29, Rue du Champ de Mars 51100 Reims , 15 minutes prior to the departure
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: La Maison Mumm, 34 Rue de Champ de Mars, 51100, Reims France
Savor the Champagne region with two tastings at famous champagne houses and discover the Reims city center. Your tour will begin at the world-renowned G.H. Mumm champagne house (or similar) where you’ll be greeted and led by a dedicated tour guide. Created in 1827, the colossal structure holds approximately 25 million bottles of some of the finest champagne in the world. You’ll complete your visit with a glass of their exquisite champagne.
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Place du Cardinal Lucon, 51100, Reims France
Follow your tour guide into the Reims city center where you’ll discover the gothic Notre Dame cathedral and learn about its history (including the coronations of numerous kings in France).
Pass By: Palais du Tau, 2 Place Cardinal Lucon, 51072, Reims France
Located next to the cathedral,the French Kings used to stay in the Palace before their coronation
Pass By: Place Drouet-d'Erlon, Reims France
The vibrant square is a great and lively pedestrian area full of shops and restaurants and cafés
Pass By: Canal de l'Aisne a la Marne, Promenade du Canal, Reims France
Very peaceful and relaxing place all along the canal with stunning views
Pass By: Cryptoportique, Place du Forum, Reims France
The remains of an old Roman crypt near he city center and nowadays used as a small ampitheatre
Stop At: Place Royale, 51100, Reims France
Listed as a French National Monument since 1952,the large square with a centrally placed Statue of Louis xv dressed as a Roman Emperor. It’ll then be time to grab a bite to eat at any of the French cafés or bistros,
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Nicolas Feuillatte, Cd 40 A Plumecoq, 51530 Chouilly France
In the afternoon, you’ll visit the Nicolas Feuillatte cooperative (or similar) where a guide will explain the methodology of creating champagne, from grapes to bottling, with modern processes. Since any champagne tour isn’t complete without tasting the fruits of their labor, you’ll enjoy a delicious glass from their world-class selection.
Pass By: Office de Tourisme Epernay Pays de Champagne, 7 avenue de Champagne, 51200, Epernay France
Feeling full of French culture, history and bubbly, you’ll be dropped off at Epernay's train station to return back to Reims. (Note: your guide will provide you with your train ticket directly at the train station).
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- Tour not suitable for persons with reduced mobility
- Plan warm clothes to visit the cellars
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.