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Getting to Lorraine

Lorraine, it’s close to everything!

Lorraine is well-connected by motorways and by international trains and flights. In the heart of the Grand Est region (Alsace/Champagne-Ardenne/Lorraine), Lorraine is a destination that’s easily accessible from all of Europe’s major cities.


A4 – Paris-Strasbourg – exits for Verdun and Metz
A31 – Luxembourg-Lyon – exits for Metz and Nancy, Pont-à-Mousson, Toul, Vittel and the Vosges.

The East European TGV puts Lorraine at just 1h30 from Paris. Trains run several times a day and stop at many regional destinations. Other high-speed TGV links put Strasbourg, Frankfurt, Luxembourg and Saarbrücken within easy distance of Lorraine too.

Located at the heart of the region, “Metz-Nancy-Lorraine” Regional Airport flies to all the major cities in France and Europe either direct or through connecting flights.
Shuttle buses meeting the flights run to Metz and Nancy.
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Neighbouring airports : Strasbourg, Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg, Saarbrücken and Luxembourg.

Transport in Lorraine

In addition to a comprehensive network of motorways and other fast road links, TER trains also run to and from the region and charge very reasonable fares (Metrolor card, Saar-Lor-Lux ticket and other offers).

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