Reims has played a central role in the history of France since Roman times. City of the coronation of the Kings of France, a city of martyrdom during the First World War, Reims is rich in sites classified as UNESCO World Heritage, Art Deco buildings and many exceptional monuments and museums. You will enjoy a visit to the imposing 18th century Gothic cathedral with sculpted portals and the Tau Palace, where you can admire unique pieces from the cathedral's sacred and treasures. The city offers you great events around champagne with Champagne, music with the "Flâneries Musicales" or the Jazz Festival. Your urban stroll takes you on a tour of specialities such as pink biscuits, big champagne houses and amazing constructions such as the Foujita Chapel.