The department of Meurthe et Moselle and Nancy, with its museums and its UNESCO World Heritage sites, is more likely to offer cultural and urban tourism, not forgetting the magnificent Lunéville Castle.
Story, Camera, Editor : Bert Schwarz
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The Lorraine region is located in the north-eastern part of France, between Champagne and Alsace. The Moselle, which has its origins in the Lorraine Vosges, the Meurthe and the Maas, flow through the beautifully wooded region with plains and medium-high mountains.
The Rhine-Marne Canal crosses the city and the Saint Georges marina, just 200 metres from Place Stanislas, with its excellent facilities, houses some 1,500 boats each year.
We want to get to know Nancy, "the most Italian city of the East". Its UNESCO sites from the 18th century, its art nouveau treasures, café gardens and sweet life promise this stay.