Listed as a world heritage treasure by UNESCO, the hillsides, houses and cellars of Champagne draw visitors from around the world to discover the strictly-regulated but magical process of champagne production. Famous brands and family-run enterprises welcome visitors into their vineyards and cellars for a truly delicious and educational experience. Tourists flock here to relish the refined 'art de vivre' that is quintessential to Champagne and there are many things to feast on besides the fizz. There's also gastronomy in abundance, from local ham and creamy cheese to sloe liquer and pretty pink biscuits.