Nestled in the heart of Champagne, Reims is a city rich in history and beautiful architecture. The food is delicious, the drinks are sparkling and the museums are fascinating. Its Gothic Notre-Dame de Reims, built between 1211 and 1311, is home to several treasures, including a beautiful stained-glass window and 2,300 statues on the exterior - one way to keep children entertained for hours. A Reims holiday wouldn’t be complete without sampling some Champagne; the area is famous for its bubbly beverage and has been since Dom Perignon first made it in 1668. Visit the great Champagne houses with a local guide,
enjoy a tasting and a picnic amid the picturesque vineyards while the sun sets. If you're not tired of Champagne yet, The Museum of Champagne offers a fascinating look into the history of the adored beverage. The city of Reims has also been the capital of gingerbread making since King Henry IV legalized the Gingerbread Guild in 1599. Tuck into traditional biscuits like rose de Reims (pink biscuits) or twice-baked cookies - perfect for dunking in a glass of milk.

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