The Champagne-Ardenne region of northeastern France got its name in 2016 after the historic province of Champagne and Ardenne. Last mentioned a department in the Grand Est region and a mountain area connecting the three countries Belgium, Luxembourg and France.

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The name Champagne has an exuberant effect but the region’s beautiful and green landscapes gives the opposite effect – calmness. Discover the beauty on foot or by bike, taste the royal nectar in the Champagne-cellar and discover the good French gastronomy. Historical monuments honor the fallen during the Second World War in Rilly La Montagne – Champagne-Ardenne in France had a strategic location between east and west and became the center of many battles during the war.

Among lakes and villages in Champagne-Ardenne

Visit Reims, Troyes, Charleville-Mezieres, Chalons-en-Champagne, Langres and Sedan. Cozy town-squares with outdoor seating provide space for breaks in between visits to churches, museums and historical sites. Wine tasting is a must and becomes extra memorable when the wine is tasted in authentic surroundings. Try sailing, fishing, water skiing, rowing or enjoy a swim – the region is also known for its lakes and canals.

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