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London Reims

Finding a flight between London and Reims is possible, although there are not a great number on offer. However, easyJet offers a cheap flight to Reims from London and the average journey time is 40 minutes. The distance between the two cities is 239.96 miles. A cheap flight with easyJet departs from London Gatwick Airport and lands at Reims Airport (RHE). Finding a direct flight between the two cities can be tricky as this route is only available at certain times of the year. Most travellers choose a flight to Paris Charles de Gualle (CDG) Airport which takes just one hour and five minutes on average. There are 166 direct flights with airlines including Air France, British Airways and KLM every week so finding a cheap flight is easy. Paris Charles de Gualle airport is just 30 minutes from the city, linked by the high speed train line. It is possible to charter a flight from Paris for the last part of your journey. Hiring a car is also worth considering, and will be useful for discovering more of the region during your stay.

Cheap London - Reims Flights

To travel between London and Reims at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Reims flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Reims flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Reims 1 Reims Cathedral

The Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in the city. Built between 1211-1480, it is a magnificent work of French Gothic architecture. It stands on the site of a small Carolingian cathedral dating from around 820AD. The rose window and the smiling angel statue are two of its most notable features.

2 Tau Palace

The Tau Palace was where the kings of France used to live in the months leading up to their coronations. It acts as the cathedral museum now and there are lots of tapestries and fine works of art on show.

3 Champagne

The city is the capital of the famous Champagne region and one of the main places for its production, along with Epernay and Ay. A wonderful place to sample the most famous wine in the world.

4 Dining and Entertainment

No visit to France is complete without eating in some of the best restaurants. The Place Drouet d'Erlon is where to find the best restaurants, bars and nightlife in the city.

5 Musee de Beaux Arts

With fine works of art covering almost every style, art lovers will be in their element. See paintings by Matisse, Gaugin and many other famous artists.

Required travel documents for France

Getting to London Gatwick airport is easy with a direct train service from Victoria station. It runs approximately every 15 minutes. Upon arrival at Gatwick, there is a fast and easy to use shuttle service between the two terminals, allowing you to easily find your departure point. You will need an up to date UK passport and your tickets and travel documents. No visa is required for travel by UK citizens to European countries, including France.
Reims is well known for its wonderful cathedral and the Tau Palace. Shopping and eating out are a delight, and the city is in the champagne region, so you will be able to sample some of the world's finest wines if you wish.