Getting around Reims

To make the most of the city, don't hesitate to use public transport. Simple, fast and practical, they also let you enjoy the cityscape as it unfolds before your eyes!

Parking P+R

If you’re coming to Reims by car, you can leave it in one of the three P+R park-and-ride facilities at the entrance to the city with complete peace of mind! You can then take public transport, cycle or visit the city on foot! Find out more on the Grand Reims MobilitĂ©s website.

Un tramway jaune passe Cours Langlet, où les voies sont enherbées et fleuries. On aperçoit la cathédrale en second plan.

Public transport

Streetcar and bus

Thanks to the Grand Reims Mobilités network, you can get anywhere in Reims! By streetcar, bus or city bus (100% electric shuttle), discover the treasures of the city of the Sacres!

What’s more, public transport in Reims is included in the Reims Epernay Pass.

To find out more, consult timetables, fares and other information, visit the Grand Reims Mobilités website.


Please note
due to roadworks, detour are to be expected on several lines during the year. For more information, click here

Regional train

Get around Greater Reims and the surrounding area by TER (Regional Express Train). Several lines take you to the Parc Naturel Régional de la Montagne de Reims, Epernay or Châlons-en-Champagne.

Most of these trains accept bicycles on board.

Pets are also welcome, in a carrier box, or muzzled and tethered for large dogs (fee payable).

With the Pass Reims Epernay 48 and 72h, get a free return ticket on the TER from Reims to Epernay! More info

To find out more, consult timetables, fares and other information, visit the Sncf website.

Des voyageurs en gare de Reims s'apprêtent à monter à bord d'un TER avec leurs vélos
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