Champagne is the expression of luxury and celebrations all over the world ! You will explore all the different facets of the Champagne region : the opulent art deco townhouses of the most famous Champagne brands along Avenue de Champagne in Epernay, the family estates of independent wine growers in Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs and the impressive chalk cellars under the pavement of the historic city of Reims. You will also discover the charming medieval center of the city of Troyes on your way to Aube area. As for the food, all the chefs in Champagne will agree on one thing : whether they’re leading a brigade of 20 chefs in a Michelin restaurant or running a bistro with only a few tables and a menu du jour, they're all in love and inspired by localy-sourced, seasonal products.
Angels favorites in Champagne
Anne Claire loves the super charming hamlet of Hautvillers, the birthplace of Dom Perignon, the monk who « invented » Champagne and seating down at a winemaker’s dining table to share a Champagne meal. Fanny loves that a lot of the Champagne pioneers and visionaries were women and she loves reflecting on this, a glass in her hand, in a Champagne lounge up the trees in the middle of a forest.

When to visit
From April to October.


Stay longer
While in Champagne, sightseeing will include the most famous areas between Reims and Epernay, and must-sees such as Hautvillers and Ay, as well as lesser-known Aube area with the city if Troyes, confidential Champagne maisons and pastoral village of Essoyes where french painter Renoir worked and lived. If you wish to extend your stay, Champagne is perfect combined with Burgundy, Paris and Alsace.