The coronation of the kings - Cathedral and Palace of Tau

Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims 6 rue Rockefeller, 51100 REIMS (show map)
Arena/Place: Visites de Reims
Category: Evénement

Guided tour in French. A tour of the showpieces of Reims will enable you to experience the magnificence of the Coronations of the Kings of France and the sumptuous coronation ceremonies, from the first king, Pepin the Short, to the last one, Charles X.

Full price: 15 €
City Pass holder: 30% off
Discount price: 9 € *
Child under 12 accompanied by an adult: Free of charge

Do you have a REIMS CITY PASS? Please register on the phone on 00 33 + (0)3 26 77 45 00.

The meeting point for the tour is the Tourist Office located 6 rue Rockefeller (in front of the cathedral).

* Available for children under 18 (accompanied and except for school classes), children from 18 to 25 (EU residents only) and disabled people.

Date/Time

Date Time Arena/Place
30 Jun
Sunday 30 jun 2019 14:30 - 16:30 Visites de Reims

Contact information

Street address 1
Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims
Postal code
51100
City (address)
REIMS
Phone number (booking)
33 3 26 77 45 00
Website
http://www.reims-tourisme.com

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