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Travelers in France can journey from Paris to Reims by both train or bus. As Paris airports are the closest international airports to Reims it is not possible to travel between the two cities by plane. Travelling by high-speed French TGV trains takes just under one hour while making the direct journey by bus takes around 2 hours.
Return trips from Reims to Paris are also available.
Eurolines, Isilines, Megabus, Ouibus and Flixbus operate direct buses from Paris and Reims, seven days a week. Bus departures start at around 7:00 a.m. and continue throughout the day. Buses leave from Paris Porte Maillot, a Metro Station on Line 1, centrally located near the Arc de Triomphe and terminate at Reims main train station, Cour de la Gare.
There are six trains from Paris to Reims, six days a week, starting at just before 8:00 a.m. and running until around 2:00 p.m., with a slightly reduced service on Sundays. Trains depart from Paris Gare de l'Est, in the 10th arrondissement and within walking distance of the Eurostar terminals at Gare du Nord. Metro lines 4, 5 and 7 link Gare de l'Est with the rest of the city's public transport network, with line 4 continuing on to Disneyland Paris. Arrivals are at Reims Cour de la Gare in the city center. If onward links to other French cities are required, they depart from the new Champagne-Ardennes TGV Station, located just outside Reims. Although Reims is compact and easy to explore by foot, it has frequent local buses and two tram lines. Taxis are available at all train stations.