A visit to Metz is a must to experience the magic of Christmas. Beginning on 18 November, the soft aromas of cinnamon, spices and pine fill the streets of this vibrant city.
Saint Nicholas is the subject of many legends. Known for his generosity, the patron saint of the Lorraine people is celebrated here with fervour. In Nancy, Louise carries on the tradition.
It’s 6 a.m. We’re meeting Pierre at the Refuge du Sotré in Xonrupt-Longemer. Then we’ll set off on the Crest Road for an encounter with chamois.
9 p.m. on Nonsard beach. Silence begins to settle. The last of the walkers have returned to the fold, the final swimmers have deserted the beach. A sailing boat returns to port, silently gliding on the water.
A weekend isn’t enough to see all the beauty of Lorraine, an authentic and preserved travel destination. For those unfamiliar with the diversity of Lorraine’s culture, here’s the top 10 favourite places, to discover the best of this French region with a lot of heart and a story to tell.
With not-to-be-missed sights and hidden treasures, Joachim shares his passion for Nancy with you. Follow his lead!
“Des Flammes… à la Lumière”, the not-to-be-missed show in Lorraine. Every summer, the sound and light show on the Battle of Verdun depicts this great historical event in a spectacular natural setting, with a two-hectare stage, 900 costumes and 250 actors and passionate volunteers. Among them is Dominique, who gives us a peek behind-the-scenes.
A truly preserved travel destination, a trip to Lorraine is a complete holiday experience. Amnéville-les-Thermes, near Metz, deserves a stop-over on that trip. A perfect place to recharge your batteries.
In the treetops, in a wooden cocoon, on a rocky cliff or among the wolves: and what if nature was the star of your dreams tonight?
It’s harvest day at the Mirabelle Centre. In the orchard, the baskets fill with plums and aromas under the hands of the mirabelle pickers.