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Reims, Epernay, Troyes…
The Champagne-Ardenne region is known worldwide for “the famous bubble drink” produced on its land for several centuries.
It also has a rich historical heritage marked by the city of Reims, the legendary city of the coronations of the kings of France.

Intertourisme, specialist in organizing trips to Champagne-Ardenne since 1981

Intertourisme is an agency specializing in organizing trips to Champagne-Ardenne. We strive to provide our guests with an exceptional experience by designing unique itineraries.

Whether you are looking for a cultural, gastronomic or natural stay, we have something to satisfy your desires. We work closely with the best local service providers to guarantee you impeccable quality of service.

Beyond simply organizing trips, we are here to support you from booking until the end of your stay so that it remains an unforgettable moment. Do not hesitate to contact us to find out more about our offers and to entrust us with the organization of your next trip to Champagne-Ardenne.

Which places to visit in Champagne-Ardenne?

There are several places to visit in Champagne-Ardenne. In the city of Reims, you can visit Notre-Dame Cathedral, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the famous champagne cellars of houses like Veuve Clicquot, Taittinger, Vranken Pommery , the Villa Demoiselle.

In Épernay, you can visit the Moët & Chandon and taste some of the best champagnes in the region. If you are interested in history, you can visit the town of Troyes, with its medieval architecture and its half-timbered houses, as well as the Resistance Museum in Chaumont.

If you’re looking for a little nature, the Forêt d’Orient regional natural park offers beautiful hikes and outdoor activities.

What monuments can we discover in Champagne-Ardenne ?

The Champagne-Ardenne is a region steeped in history, culture and heritage. There are many monuments to discover, such as the Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Gothic architecture and stained glass windows.

The Sainte-Thérèse de Lisieux basilic in Troyes is also a must, with its neo-Byzantine style. The Sedan Castle in the Ardennes impresses all visitors with its fortified walls and medieval towers. In the Aube department, Clairvaux Abbey, founded by Bernard de Clairvaux, is a place of pilgrimage and religious history.

The Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park invites you to discover the traditional villages, forests and vineyards of Champagne, as well as the region’s many historic castles.

The Dormans Memorial, emblematic monument of the Marne Valley, dedicated to the soldiers who fought for France during the Great War and the 2 Battles of the Marne.

“No question of surrender!” A phrase that still resonates in the hearts of French patriots and which made Charles de Gaulle the man for the job during the Second World War and the Algerian War. Who really was Charles de Gaulle? The visit to his Memorial invites you to a true discovery of the character in his intimacy.

Looking for a fun activity to do with your family or group? The Château de Vaux offers you a journey that is no less original. This consists of slipping into the shoes of Eugène-François Vidocq in order to solve an investigation in the form of Cluedo.

Which villages to visit in Champagne-Ardenne ?

In Champagne-Ardenne, there are several charming villages to visit that offer an authentic experience of the region. The village of Epernay is known for its champagne houses and historic cobbled streets. The village of Hautvillers is also a must for champagne lovers, as it is where the monk Dom Perignon developed the champagne making method.

The fortified town of Langres is home to architectural remains from medieval times, as well as magnificent panoramic views. The village of Charleville-Mézières is famous for its Christmas market and its international puppet festival. The town of Troyes is also a gem not to be missed, with its well-preserved Renaissance architecture and Gothic cathedral. Sedan, with its yellow stone and square streets is a resolutely modern city which is home to the largest fortified castle in Europe. A visit to do with the family for the happiness of young and old. Châlons-en-Champagne, a city where water is omnipresent with numerous canals and which conceals a remarkable religious heritage. Sézanne is the western gateway to Champagne and the entire Grand-Est region. The city offers beautiful emotions to its visitors.

Wine tourism in Champagne-Ardenne

Nearly 15,000 winegrowers produce more than 268 million bottles each year.
This beautiful wine region covers nearly 35,000 hectares, and today extends over four large, very different main areas that we invite you to discover: The Marne valley, The mountain of Reims, La Côte des Bar, La Côte white people.

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