Train Dijon → Reims
Duration 3h10 - From $51
Pardon me, but we ask you don’t pass on Dijon This word "Dijon" conjures up the image of a pseudo-sophisticated old man in the back of a limo, asking a passerby if he has a certain mustard. Get this out of your head. The historic capital of the Burgundy region will allure and captivate all of your senses, just like a fine Dijon mustard. Use your France Rail Pass, or Eurail France-Switzerland Pass and easily arrive into Gare de Dijon-Ville from Paris, Lyon or Lausanne in less than two hours thanks to the high-speed TGV. A few blocks from the rail station is the Dijon tourist office at 15 Cour de la Gare near place Darcy. Here you can get information and a brochure on where to pick up the "Owl's Trail." This self-guided tour brings you to most tourist sites in Dijon. The route is marked on the sidewalk by brass tiles featuring a little owl. When you come to a point of interest there is a number marked on the ground. Look up the number in your brochure for more information on that particular sight. (All cities should work like this.) Learn more about Dijon
The toast of France, bubbling over with history Paris is filled with incomparable art, bistros and bouchons and world-renowned sights. After a few days in the City of Light, it would seem right to toast to your travels. So why not head to the Paris Est Station and hop on the high speed TGV for a 45-minute ride to the capital of Champagne ? Reims has a wealth of wonderful things to see. The train station is located on the northwest edge of downtown, but a short walk will bring you right to the middle of the action. Of course, champagne is everywhere. All of the famed brands (Veuve Cliquot, Tattinger) have a commercial outlet for wine tasting, and you may even visit their legendary vaulted cellars where you’ll learn everything about the making of the wine of kings. Learn more about Reims
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"it was on time and comfortable...eveything is good except for no wifi acess on the train..the price is a little bit high... "