The Champagne region of France is obviously famous for its vineyards of bubbly. But if you crave a bit more excitement than strolling among the vines, we’re here to give you some ideas on how best to spend your time in Champagne outdoors.
Have you been traveling around the Champagne region sampling some bubbly? Are you looking for a place to rest your weary (woozy?) head, and maybe have a bit of cheese to nibble while you sip? Then you want to go to Langres.
France is the most romantic country on earth, and Champagne is the most romantic drink, so the next time you and your special someone are planning a vacation, why not combine the two with a weekend getaway out of Paris to the Champagne region, and see what you two can get up to?
Épernay, east of Paris and on the south side of the Parc Naturel régional de la Montagne de Reims, is generally agreed to be the cultural capital of the Champagne region – meaning, it is the epicenter of the world of Champagne. Which is why you need to know as much as possible about how to spend your time there!