During your stay, you’ll enjoy planning a walk in the old town. Here, you’ll explore Notre-Dame Cathedral, where 25 French Kings were crowned. Among the 2,303 statues embellishing the building, you’ll admire the Smiling Angel, sculpted around 1240. Another unmissable site in Reims is the Palais du Tau, which exhibits the treasure of Reims Cathedral; this includes the Holy Ampullia, used for the crowning of kings since Clovis. Continuing your walk south, you’ll get to Saint-Rémi basilica. Behind the monument, the former royal abbey, now Saint-Rémi museum, retraces the city’s past from Prehistory to the Renaissance. No visit to Reims would be complete without a discovery of the great champagne establishments and their cellars, in which the world’s most prestigious vintages are made. While making your way back to our hotel close to Drouet-d’Erlon square, be sure to stop in a store or two or at a café terrace.