France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Transport for Reims, France
Trains, buses, and trams make it easy to get to and around Reims, though the city center is very walkable.

 
   

 

The Gare de Reims SNCF (or Gare Centre) is at the northwestern edge of the historic city, 1 km (6/10 mile, a 12-minute walk) from the Cathedrale.

TGV trains connect Paris's Gare de l'Est with Reims and Épernay several times daily. The fastest travel times are 38 to 46 minutes.

Some TGV trains from Paris arrive at the Gare de Reims, others are served by the Gare de Champagne-Ardenne TGV, 7 km (4.3 miles) south of the Gare de Reims by the A4/E17/E46/E50 highway.

Tram B connects the Gare de Reims and Gare de Champagne-Ardenne TGV.

City buses and trams can take you to several points in Reims, but in fact the historic center and most of what you want to see, is walkable in less than 15 minutes. Bus and tram routes are posted at the stops.

A good selection of hotels is within an easy walk of the Gare de Reims—some are right next to the station itself, as are car rental agencies, a large car parking garage, and an Office de Tourisme.



Hotels in Reims

What to See & Do in Reims

Champagne Wineries

Reims Restaurants

Tourist Information

About Reims

Champagne Region

About Épernay

 

 

 

Gare de Reims (Centre), Reims, Champagne, France

Above, Gare de Reims (Centre), Reims, France.

Below, Colorful regional train between Reims and Épernay.


 

Colorful regional train, Reims, France

 

 

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