Tourism in Nancy
Méréville, just 15 minutes from Place Stanislas
The architectural and historical heritage of Nancy is exceptional, there are three main periods. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance, which can be discovered along the alleys of the old town, around the Saint-Epvre basilica and the Porte de la Craffe.
The 18th century, of which the three superb places classified as World Heritage by UNESCO are the most beautiful illustrations: Place Stanislas, of course, with its magnificent fountains and gates designed by Jean Lamour, but also Place de la Carrière and Place de l’Alliance.
Finally, the 1900s, with the famous artistic movement of the School of Nancy which brought together a dozen artists including Emile Gallé, Louis Majorelle or Jacques Gruber, expressed themselves through the many Art Nouveau buildings such as the Excelsior brasserie or the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
And if you simply want to enjoy the calm of the privileged environment of our hotel in Méréville, you can use our equipment at your leisure: table tennis, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, pétanque court, playground for children as well as the municipal tennis court.
Do not hesitate to ask us, we will be happy to advise you in the discovery of our magnificent region.
To stock up on ideas: www.nancy-tourisme.fr - https://tourisme-meurtheetmoselle.fr/
At the heart of the tourist attractions you can discover all within an hour's drive:
Lunéville, Fléville and Haroué castles
Violin making and embroidery museum in Mirecourt
Birthplace of Jeanne d’Arc
The House of the Madeleine "La Cloche Lorraine"
Manufacture of Crystal in Vannes le Châtel
The glass company
On foot or by bike
Leaving Nancy, you will discover that Meurthe-et-Moselle also offers many "nature" discoveries.
On foot or by bike, you can take paths conducive to walks that revitalize body and mind. Cycle tourists are welcome at the Maison Carrée, labeled Accueil vélo and we offer a rental service for those who are not equipped.
The opportunity to take advantage of it, to do (part of) the loop of the Moselle, which passes through Nancy, Liverdun and Toul, or discover the Voie Bleue.
Tourism in Metz
Metz is a popular tourist destination due to its rich historical and cultural heritage. Top attractions include the Saint-Etienne Cathedral, an example of 13th-century Gothic architecture, the Center Pompidou-Metz, a museum of contemporary art, and Place Saint-Louis, a pretty square with cafe terraces.
The city is also home to many museums, such as the Musée de la Cour d'Or and the Musée de la Résistance, as well as historical monuments such as the Porte Serpenoise and the Porte des Allemands.
Messein nautical base
Fishing enthusiasts will be delighted with the proximity of many ponds and the Moselle and amateurs can indulge in sailing and pedal boats at the Messein nautical base.
Montet botanical garden
Sainte Croix park
Alexandre GODRON Garden & water garden
The Mirabelle plum house
Domaine LELIÈVRE Winegrower Côte de Toul