Coming to Reims

By train, plane, car, bus, etc. Find the mode of transport that will get you to the Cité des Sacres most easily.

Sustainable travel
Come by train

Take the TGV from Paris and you’ll be in Reims in 45 minutes! The “cité des sacres” is at the crossroads of the Lille – Dijon – Méditerranée and Paris – Charleville – Sedan lines. Reims has two train stations: Reims-Centre, right in the heart of the city center, and Champagne-Ardenne TGV, in Bezannes, linked to Reims by streetcar. More details on the SNCF website.

Once in Reims, the TER takes you on a tour of the Champagne region. 

Numerous lines serve the surrounding villages. The Ligne des Bulles linking Reims to Epernay is particularly popular. 

Un couple assis dans un TER. Le train passe à travers les vignes

You are here
by car?

Reims is at the crossroads of the A4-E50 (Paris – Strasbourg) and A26-E17 (Calais – Troyes – Dijon) freeways. 6 exits serve the city.

Please note:

part of the city of Reims is located in a Low Emission Zone (ZFE). To drive in the ZFE zone, your vehicle must display a green Crit air sticker, or a sticker rated from 1 to 3, affixed to the windscreen.

You can’t circulate in the zone without a vignette, or a 4 or 5 vignette, on pain of a fine. Apply for the vignette on the official government website

logo de la zone ZFE

Leave your car :

3 park-and-ride facilities (P+R) are available at the entrance to the town. They avoid traffic jams and the difficulties of parking in the city center (for a fee). From the parking lot, take public transport or Zebullo (self-service bicycles).

arriving by plane?

  • Paris Airport
    Reims is located 30 minutes by TGV from Paris Roissy international airport.
    Find out more on PARISAEROPORT.FR

  • Paris-Vatry Airport
    Freight and international passenger destinations.

  • Reims en Champagne Airport
    Light business and tourist aircraft.
    Tel: 03 26 49 10 92

Boating stops

You can come to Reims by boat or barge on the Aisne-Marne canal. During the high season, the Reims and Sillery water sports centres welcome you, and our advisors are on hand to help you during your stay!

The Reims nautical stop is located along boulevard Paul Doumer, just a few steps from the city center and the cathedral. The Capitainerie du Relais is open 7 days a week during the summer season, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. You’ll find showers and toilets, as well as a washing machine and tumble dryer.

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The Sillery boat stop is located on rue Jacques Cartier. It has 19 berths, 8 mooring pontoons and a launching ramp. Facilities include showers, WCs, washing machine and dryer, plus free WIFI. Like the Reims stopover, it’s open 7 days a week during the summer season, from 4pm to 7pm, and our advisors are on hand to help you make the most of your vacation.

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