Living + Teaching in Reims, France
Where to Drink
Where to Eat
À l'Ére du Temps
123 Avenue de Laon
27 rue de Mars
59 Place Drouet d'Erlon
1 Place des Martyrs de la Résistance
132 rue de Vesle
(hampagne bar in a forest!)
Forêt de Brise-Charrette
Where to Party + Dance
Best Spot to Grab a Coffee
44 rue Gambetta
Café du Palais
14 Place Myron Herrick
Le Café de Reims
85 Place Drouet d'Erlon
15 rue Lesage
Must-See | Must-Do
Museums to Visit
Musée des Beaux Arts de Reims
8 rue Chanzy
- eims is the unofficial capital of the Champagne region - needless to say, go taste some champagne!
- Notre Dame de Reims Cathedral
- Porte de Mars (oldest monument in Reims)
Ideas for Day + Weekend Trips
Troyes and Épernay for champagne tastings;
Paris (45 minutes away by train)
Paris, Strasbourg, Colmar, Nancy, Dijon, Lyon,
- Along the canal
- hrough the city streets
- 180€ per month living in the student residences
Worst Things About Reims
Best Things About Reims
- nteresting history and astounding architecture
- Can be difficult, expensive, and inconvenient to travel to other places by train because trains must usually pass through Paris.
Pro-Tips from Past + Current Teaching Assistants
- Take advantage of your weekends and vacation time to travel and explore France!
- Get a bus card. Or a bike.
- Hang out with other assistants often. Reims can be lonely because the people can seem a bit closed-off.
- Use your ample free time wisely! Some past assistants have busied themselves with online courses from sites like:
coursera.org (various subjects)
udemy.com (various subjects)
duolingo.com (language practice)
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