Grand-Est

Between Alsace, Lorraine and Champagne-Ardenne, the Grand-Est is a magnificent region, with an exceptional landscape diversity.

The Grand-Est is a vast continental region at the crossroads of European influences. Alsace, Ardennes, Champagne, Lorraine and the Vosges are popular destinations for lovers of unspoiled nature and heritage. This region is also the leading wine tourism region in France.

Cities not to be missed in the Grand-Est

Between traditions and modernity, Strasbourg is a city to visit absolutely. Medieval architecture coexists here with the new town with Germanic and French influences. And this metropolis now hosts the European Parliament. Not far from the German border, then leave for Colmar. Its medieval streets lined with half-timbered houses are a real pleasure for the eyes. In Reims, Nancy, Troyes, Châlons-en-Champagne, Charleville-Mézières and Épinal, many discoveries also await you.

Unmissable natural sites

When your stay in the Grand-Est, let yourself be seduced by the slopes of Champagne and the fakes of the Montagne de Reims. Then leave discovering the Vosges, its balloons and its lakes of rare beauty. In Lorraine, the Natural Park then welcomes you for superb hikes, on horseback or by bike. In Alsace, the vineyard landscapes are strikingly beautiful. South, the National Forest Park is a sanctuary of wild life, and an exceptional biosphere reservoir.

The emblematic historical sites of the Grand-Est region

In the Grand-Est, the historical heritage is sumptuous. The Nancy squares, Strasbourg, Grande-île and Neustadt, and Reims cathedral, are moreover all listed as World Heritage of Humanity. In Reims, also admire the triumphal arch of the Porte de Mars. Since the XNUMXrd century, it bears witness to the Roman presence during Antiquity. More confidential, the small towns of character also await you for wonderful walks.

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