Geography and population
It is in the Great East of France that this city of Reims is located. Located approximately 130km from Paris in the Marne department (51). Its municipal population is 182,460 and the urban area has a population of 20,276. Its neighboring municipalities are Courcy, Saint-Thierry, Tinqueux, Bezannes, Cormontreuil, Puisieulx, Cernay-lès-Reims and Vitry-lès-Reims.
Reims has the advantage of being connected to four motorways (A26 - A4 - A32 - A344) which provide access to Belgium, Luxembourg and also East of France to Germany. In terms of public transport, the city of Reims has two tram lines and three stations (Reims-Maison-Blanche, Reims station and Reims-Franchet d'Esperey station)
The city of Reims exceeds Troyes and Chalon in the ranking of the most developed economic pole in the Champagne Ardenne region. Indeed, focuses on the agricultural sector, transport, trade, champagne etc. in order to be economically efficient.
The city center is full of attractive small shops to which are added shopping centers spread throughout the city. Rue Vesles is one of the most famous shopping streets in the city because it houses the Galeries Lafayette.
We find in Reims 17 colleges and 15 private and public high schools across the city. Reims is also a student city, there are nearly 30,000 students. There are many higher education centers as well as prestigious schools such as the Néoma Business School or the IUT Reims, there is also a Science Po Paris campus.
In the context of opening a business, the average commercial rent in the city of Reims amounts to € 194 m2 / year. For an individual, it is necessary to count for an average rent around 132 € m2 / year. An office costs € 139 m2 / year to rent on average and m2 costs € 1,873 per m2 to purchase.
Hotels and restaurants
In Reims, we eat for an average budget of € 15 in the 380 restaurants in the city. There are also 40 hotels where the night costs an average of € 97.