This ancient Gallic city where kings of France were once crowned is the unofficial capital of Champagne, both the territory and the beverage. Not only do most of the grand Champagne houses have their headquarters here, but at any given time there's a good chance that you're standing directly above vast reserves of of the drinkable joie de vivre. It sits aging in a vast network of subterranean chalk tunnels that exists under Reims, many of which date back to the Romans (the ancient Port de Mars also dates back to the Roman occupation). But not to worry, there's plenty of it to go around above ground, as well as some of the best restaurants in all of France.
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