Map of places to visit in Champagne-Ardenne
You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Champagne-Ardenne below the map...
In Chalons-sur-Champagne it is the various churches that are the main highlight of a visit
In and around the grand Place Ducale, among the largest squares in France, you can see a large number of interesting 17th century houses and arcades
The grand wine houses andvineyards around the town leave you in doubt that Epernay is the world capital of Champagne!
In the village of Epine you can visit the Basilica of Notre Dame de l'Epine, an impressive 15th century cathedral in the 'flamboyant gothic' style with gargoyles and many architectural features to admire
On the border with Belgium, Givet is dominated by the Charlemont Fort and is a lovely place to stroll along the river banks
Garden enthusiasts will want to visit Joinville to see the extensive gardens of the Château du Grand Jardin
The highlight in Langres is the chance to follow the 3 kilometres of ramparts - either walking or by tram
In a pleasant seting on the Meuse river, the two churches and a stroll along the riverside will be the highlights when you visit the village of Monthermé
In the attractive and lively centre of Reims you can see three UNESCO listed world heritage sites: the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Abbey of Saint-Remi and the Palace of Tau
Now a 'town of art and history' it is the castle and surrounding streets where your visit to Sedan will focus
As well as one of the most impressive medieval quarters in France, Troyes also has important renaissance buildings, a cathedral, a Museum of Modern Art and lots of other highlights
In Vireux-Molhain you can follow an attractive nature trail and also visit the Collegiale Church