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In the Grand-Est, Meurthe-et-Moselle is a territory steeped in history, culture and traditions.
In Lorraine, Meurthe-et-Moselle is a magnificent department to spend rejuvenating, invigorating and cultural holidays. Walks in forests, discovery of heritage and thrills are on the program for your next vacation.
The essentials of the Meurthe-et-Moselle department
Among the essentials of Meurthe-et-Moselle, don't miss Nancy and Place Stanislas, or even the “Petit Versailles Lorrain”, the castle of Lunéville. Then discover the Lorraine regional natural park and Pierre Percée lake. Finally, discover the Art Nouveau spirit at Villa Majorelle.
Remarkable natural sites
In Meurthe-et-Moselle, several sites are worth a visit. The hill of Zion and its City of Landscapes, the Lorrai Plateaun or again Pierre-Percée lake, offer sumptuous landscapes. At the heart of the Lorraine Regional Nature Park, forests, rivers, meadows and orchards are home to a biodiversity typical of the region. During your visit, also treat yourself to a swim in the Madine lake.
In Meurthe-et-Moselle, the vast forests are ideal for experience beautiful hiking, horseback riding and cycling. Pierre Percée Lake, nicknamed the Little Canada in Lorraine, is a magnificent site for practicing paddle or canoe. You can also experience thrills at the Badonviller Adventure Park ... Ziplines, bungee jumps, tree climbing and via ferrata are on the program for adrenaline lovers.
In Meurthe-et-Moselle, Place Stanislas in Nancy is an architectural gem, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But this department has other exceptional buildings steeped in history. Lunéville castle, the Saint-Nicolas-de-Port basilica, the Saint-Étienne cathedral, or even the ramparts of Longwy. The latter are also listed as World Heritage under the Network of Major Vauban Sites.