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I'm planning a trip in March to Paris with day trips to Champagne (touring Veuve Clicquot and Moet & Chandon) and to Strasbourg. My question is to those of you who have taken a similar trip or are familiar with the train system in France.

We'd like to leave Paris early in the morning and arrive in Champagne(Epernay or Reims) mid-late morning. After a full day of wine tours, we'd like to depart for Strasbourg. We'd spend that night and the full next day in Strasbourg and leave for Paris in the late evening, arriving back in Paris that night.

What is the quickest way to get to and from each of my destinations and what website (if any) could I use to book it?

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