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Reims as Day Trip from Paris (and other suggestions)

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We will be in Paris and Provence this fall. It is our 5th visit to Paris and this time we are looking for an easy day trip to get out of the city on one of our days there.

Our interests are food, wine, pretty scenery and a very walkable city/town center, easily accessible from the train station. We would travel in the morning and spend a day wandering around, visiting markets and stopping for a leisurely lunch. In Reims, that would of course include champagne!

Reims appeals as it is easy trip - about an hour by train - and it looks charming.

If anyone has suggestions for our day there, or an alternate suggestion based on what we are looking for, I would appreciate it!

We are not so much interested in the typical tourist "sites" but rather a day to soak up the local ambiance and have a great lunch.

TIA.

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