A guide to France’s Marne department, published in Living France.

Located in the Grand Est region, Marne is home to 66% of Champagne’s noble vineyards, yet the department has much more to add to its list of wonders than the revered sparkling drink. With UNESCO sites such as Épernay’s prestigious Avenue de Champagne and the magnificent Notre-Dame Cathedral in Reims, Marne is also known for its rich cultural heritage and lush green landscapes. Discover how cachet meets campagne in a department that invites you to taste its terroir with passionate winemakers one day and go mountain biking between vineyards and forests the next.

Read the full article, published in the autumn issue of Living France, here: LFN344 Marne (3)