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Reims Airport

Reims Airport (RHE) serves flights coming in from European cities. The most common ways to reach Reims is to fly to Paris on then go by train. The city can easily be reached by train from both Paris and other large French cities. The train takes approximately 45 minutes with TGV and it is recommended to book your ticket in advance.

Public transport

Reims can easily be discovered by foot, but one of the best and most inexpensive ways to get about Reims is to buy a daily bus ticket. A daily ticket costs €3.70 and a one hour ticket costs €1.50. Tickets are available from the Office de Tourisme de Reims on boulevard Général Leclerc, and when boarding buses. Timetables and direction information is displayed prominently on all buses and bus stops.


Taxis are available from the airport and the rail station. You can also order a taxi by telephone.

Les Taxis des Reims:

AddressCour de la Gare, Reims
Phone+33 3 26 47 05 05


There are several post offices around Reims. Stamps are available from kiosks and newsagents. Look for the blue and yellow sing to locate a post office.

Post Office:

Address2 Rue Olivier Metra, Reims
Opening hoursMon-Fri 9am-6pm (Wed from 9.30pm) Sat 9.30am-1pm


Pharmacies are recognised by a large green cross outside the premises, and are generally open 9am-1pm and 2pm-7pm daily, except Sundays. Out of hours is on a rota basis displayed at the premises.

Pharmacie Bride-Charlie:

Address36 Place Drouet D'Erlon, Reims
Phone+33 3 26 47 23 26
Opening hoursMon-Sat 9am-8pm


Country code: +33

Area code: 03, mobile numbers are prefixed with 06.


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