Prior to their coronations at Nortre Dame of Reims, the kings of France would stay at the palace. Following ceremonies, they would return for a celebration, the most recent of which took place in 1825.
Perhaps the most amazing and compelling of the cathedral's treasures on display are the remains of the Holy Ampulla, the coronation flask used since the anointing of Clovis in the fifth century, as well as the ninth-century Talisman of Charlemagne.
Tours & Tickets
Discover the history of Champagne region and the secrets of producing champagne. The trip includes a visit to the archbishop’s palace: Palais du Tau and the ... Read more
Location: Paris, France
Duration: 8 to 10 hrs