• Thionville Tourist Office

    Thionville and the three borders area (France, Germany, Luxembourg). Traces of the past can be found everywhere in this area which is dominated by the presence of the Moselle river. The river flows slowly and majestically through the valley and vines cling to its sides at every meander. Nearby, the Read more [...]

  • Troyes Tourist Office

    The modern city of Troyes is a direct descendant of its medieval predecessor, with its characteristic city centre in the shape of a champagne cork – a happy omen that predicted the meteoric rise of the local sparkling wine, grown in the immediate vicinity of Troyes, to world-renowned status. Yet Read more [...]

  • Reims Tourist Office

    Five continents come to Reims to discover its history, its wealth and its secrets. We must say that the champagne and the Cathedral make the “City of coronations” a world-renowned destination. UNESCO has also registered the monuments and the most emblematic symbols on the World Heritage List.

  • Metz Tourist Office

    The city of Metz itself is an inside tip if you are looking for a place to go on a weekend trip! So close to Germany – both historically and geographically – but still very French, the city is a true paradise for gourmets, including those on a tight budget. Read more [...]

  • Mulhouse Tourist Office

    Vine-lined valleys along a route which glorifies wine, the Vosges mountains on one side and flat farmland on the other, Alsace has many faces. But it has one common feature – the stork, the region’s emblem. It flies over villages, overlooks squares and bids you welcome with its kindly beak. Read more [...]

  • Nancy Tourist Office

    Be charmed by this magical city, its historic city centre and majestic UNESCO World Heritage Listed 18th century squares. Combine this also with its Old City, museums and incomparable Art Nouveau heritage and you can see that Nancy really is a unique and truly splendid city. But the city and Read more [...]