France And Paris Travel Guide With Tourist Information www.placesinfrance.com

Home Page    Paris Restaurants    Paris Museums    Paris Monuments    Paris Castles    Paris Hotels


How To Support Website

Main Index Pages

Home Page
French History
French Wines
French Holidays
Fishing In France
Map of France
France Video Library
_________________

City of Paris

Paris Travel Guide
Family Guide to Paris
Paris Landmarks
Paris Tourist Attractions
Paris Entertainment
Transport and Tours
Amusement Parks
Eating In Paris
- Restaurants In Paris
- Bistros In Paris
- Cafes In Paris
- Cabaret and Shows
- Bars and Nightclubs
Leisure Centre In Paris
Zoos and Aquariums
Horse Race Courses
History of Paris
Map of Paris
_________________

Holidays in France

Holidays in France
Villas in France
Cottages in France
Gites in France
Camping in France
Touring Holidays
Skiing Holidays
Golfing Holidays
Fishing Holidays
Adventure Holidays
Activity Holidays
Cycling Holidays
Driving Holidays
Boating Holidays
Weekend Breaks
Hotels in France
Hostels In France
Ferry Crossings
Flights to France
Car Rental in France
_________________

Reference Pages

Articles On France
Linking To Our Site
Contact Page

_________________

Champagne-Ardenne Province of France

Facts on Champagne-Ardenne

Land area: 25,606kmē
Population: estimated at 1,334,000
Area: 52/kmē (2005)
Capital City:Chalons-en-Champagne

Champagne-Ardenne is in the north east of France and also borders Belgium, with this region consisting of four departments, which are the Ardennes, Aube, Haute-Marne, and Marne.

Champagne-Ardenne

- Travel Guide
- Facts on Region
- History on Region
- Champagne Wine

- City of Langres
- Wines from France

Facts on Champagne-Ardenne Province of France

Its rivers include the Seine, the Marne, and the Aisne and all of which flow through to the west.

The region has three autoroutes, totaling 460 km

The population of Champagne-Ardenne has been in a steady decrease since 1982.   And with only around 1.3 million people and a density of 52/kmē, it is one of France's least populated regions.

But this region does contain some magnificent forests and lakes where you can enjoy walks, the wildlife and water sports, even though over 61% of its land is dedicated to agriculture.




Copyright Đ www.placesinfrance.com All Rights Reserved