This tour notably includes Place Stanislas and Place de la Carrière and allows the visitor to examine the lasting impression the last Duke of Lorraine made on the city. The charm of the town – Old, Medieval and Renaissance – is revealed thanks not only to its architectural gems, but also to its great shops, pretty terraces and little cafés. The Ducal Palace, the distinctive hotels, the Craffe Gate and the Saint Epvre church are some important monuments from Lorraine’s history.
1hr 30 Mins Sign language interpreter also available
Optional 30mins extra. Tour of the inside of the Craffe Gate :
Built in the 14th century, it is one of the last, still-standing remnants from the medieval wall which protected Nancy at the time. It also served as a prison.
30 Mins extra
18 people max. per group
N°2 UNESCO World Heritage
Nancy and its 18th C UNESCO World Heritage site Nancy is celebrated all over the world for its architectural ensemble which, since 1983, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You will discover Place Stanislas, completely renovated, decorated and pedestrianized and considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world, as well as Place d’Alliance and Place de la Carrière.
1 hr 30 Mins Sign language interpreter also available
N°3 Art Nouveau
“Art Nouveau: at the heart of business”
From Place Maginot to Place Stanislas, this tour explores the sites which made up the business world around the year 1900: shops, banks and other buildings. The École de Nancy has successfully taken advantage of the progress in technology and the beauty of the decorative arts and crafts, so as to be able to engrave on stone, metal, glass and wood the entrepreneurial spirit which characterised the then bourgeoisie of business.
1Hr 30Mins Sign language interpreter also available
N°4 Panoramic Art Nouveau
“Panoramic Art Nouveau”
From your coach and with commentary from a guide you will discover the most remarkable École de Nancy buildings: Bergeret House, Saurupt Park (garden city composed of five more Art Nouveau villas) and some symbolic places such as Emile Gallé’s former workshops.
N° 5 Culture and gastronomy
This package includes breakfast (between 8am and 11am) or afternoon tea (between 4pm and 6pm) at the Art Nouveau Excelsior Brasserie with commentary from a guide during the light meal, which is served in order to get to know the history and typical architecture of the establishment.
1hr – 1hr 30mins Sign language interpreter also available
Price: € 18 pp. (weekdays and Saturdays) - Additional fees for sundays and bank holidays