Nancy, city of art and culture
The capital of the Dukes of Lorraine, Nancy has a rich heritage. Its eighteenth-century heart is a UNESCO World Heritage site and includes the Place Stanislas, one of the most beautiful squares in the world.
One of the birthplaces of Art Nouveau, in the form of the Ecole de Nancy, the city boasts outstanding works by Gallé, Daum, Majorelle, Prouvé and Vallin.
Live performance, terraces and bars, renowned restaurants and more unusual eateries – the city offers all the joyous creative energy associated with a leading university centre and its 47,000 students!
Coming to Nancy :
Grand Nancy is connected to the main
European cities thanks direct TGV links.
Strasbourg - Nancy : 1h15
Bordeaux - Nancy : 5h20
Luxembourg - Nancy : 1h30
East-west, from Paris or Strasbourg:
motorway access via the A4.
North-south, from Brussels, Luxembourg or Lyon: motorway access via the A31.
Metz-Nancy Lorraine regional airport, 45 km north of Nancy (A31). Shuttles to Nancy.