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Highlights in Reims
- Route du champagne
- Rêve Coleurs
- Notre Dame
- Montagne de Reims
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Types of holiday rentals in Reims
Would you like to spend a few days in Reims with your partner, your family or a group of friends and need accommodation? Holidu makes it easy for you. We have a wide variety of holiday rentals between individuals so that you can choose the one that best suits your tastes and needs. Dozens of cheap rentals in the centre of Reims, where most of the city's monumental attractions are concentrated, such as the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Many of them with fantastic views of the city from the terrace, where you can organise romantic evenings. The most common rentals in Reims are those with capacity for 2 and 4 people, but you will also find some for 5 and 6 people if you need more space. In addition, most of them have a private garage, so you can stay in the centre without having to worry about parking your car. Do you prefer to rent a villa or a rural house on the outskirts and enjoy the tranquillity and peace of the countryside? You will find many holiday rentals of this type in the nearby towns of Marne and Ludes.Why book a letting in Reims?
A city of consecrations and champagne, Reims boasts four monuments inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List: the palace of Tau, the cathedral of Notre Dame, the basilica of Saint-Remi and the museum of Saint-Remi. This makes it an ideal destination for art and history lovers. But Reims is not only famous for its monuments, it also stands out for its prestigious champagne houses, whose cellars excavated in the crete will make you enjoy a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Are you looking for a destination for a weekend getaway as a couple? Reims is the perfect place to rekindle the flame of your love. Don't wait any longer to rent a letting in Reims!
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The area and how to find your way around
Reims is an important French city located in the northwest of the country, in particular, within the former region of Champaign-Ardennes. Although it is not the capital of this department, the honor that sustains Marne, it is the largest and most populated. For its part, it is only 129 kilometres from Paris and is very well connected to the east with Strasbourg and Metz, to the north with Lille and Calais and to the south with Lyon and Troyes, excellent places also to find holiday rentals. The same applies to Belgium, from which it is only a little more than 100 kilometres apart. The enormous beauty of its landscapes is propitiated by its location on a plain on the banks of the Vesla, by the Mountain of Reims and by the enormous fields of vineyards typical of Champagne.The best areas to rent a letting in Reims
Reims is the largest city in the Champagne-Ardenne region and is currently a major tourist attraction for all those who want to know the lesser known corners of France. In this sense, while its historic centre is full of monuments, its surroundings have extremely beautiful landscapes, which is why the offer of holiday rentals in the locality is so varied. Undoubtedly, studios and rentals are the most abundant lodgings in it, although it is true that there are also single-family houses perfect for a few days. The old town and, above all, the surroundings of Place Royale and Place Drouet d'Erlon, La Maison Blanche and Tinquex are excellent enclaves to find and comfortably tour this wonderful city.
Types of travellers and activities
Reims has a good number of monuments and constructions that will delight all those who have a predilection for art. In this sense, the Palace of Tau and the Basilica of Saint-Remi are the two most emblematic buildings of the city, although it is true that the Cathedral of Reims and the Porte Mars, of Roman origin, are not left behind. In addition, its Museum of Fine Arts offers magnificent exhibitions of great painters and sculptors of all ages, and you can reserve a letting in the centre of Reims to be close to everything and not waste time on travel!Reims for nature lovers
The so-called Reims Mountain, a mountainous massif located next to the city, is a place of great scenic beauty. Without a doubt, it is influenced in a very notable way by the many champagne vineyards that can be found there. Declared a Natural Park in 1976, it is now possible to hike along its trails and even practice outdoor sports such as problem-free climbing.
Did you know that Reims is home to the 9 largest champagne producers in the world?
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You are in the middle of the French Champagne and, obviously, you cannot forget to taste a good glass of champagne with which to celebrate something. In this sense, you can make the experience richer by taking the so-called 'Champagne Route', which runs between Reims and Troyes. Along the way you'll have the opportunity to see the huge vineyard fields and, if you're lucky, you'll even be able to see first hand some of the many wineries there.2. Visit the Basilica of Saint-Remi
The Basilica of Saint-Remi is one of the oldest in France. In fact, it was founded in 553 with the aim of preserving the relics of San Remigio. The present construction dates from the middle of the 11th century and its façade has a Romanesque style, although it is true that details of more recent styles can be contemplated. It is true that the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims is best known for having crowned several kings of France over the centuries, but it has a special charm. In its surroundings there are magnificent holiday rentals.3. He attends the show "Rêve de Coleurs."
You can start in the afternoon with the challenge of climbing to the top of the tower of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Reims to contemplate its spectacular views. Then, once night falls, prepare to take your place in front of the monument square to contemplate the 'Rêve de couleur' (Dream of Colours). It is an incredible visual spectacle on the façade of the monument that will literally leave you speechless.4. Don't miss the Saint-Remi History Museum
Next to the Basilica of Saint-Remi is this fascinating museum declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is only worth visiting for the beauty of the building itself, with its beautiful cloister and majestic staircase. The interior also houses an interesting exhibition and a rich collection of objects that cover the history of the city from Prehistory to the Renaissance.5. Admire the old cars of the Automobile Museum of Reims
Automobile lovers should not miss the visit to this museum, one of the largest in the country. Inside you will find more than 230 vehicles from the early twentieth century to the present day. As well as an interesting collection of 5,000 miniatures and toys related to the world of the automobile.