Discover Sarreguemines in a weekend
Week-long trip to Moselle
A weekend with your family in Sarreguemines
Sarreguemines is THE destination for a weekend away exploring Grand Est. This little-known town is actually home to some breath-taking heritage. A walk through the center is a must. There’s the château to admire for one, as well as Rue de France, Place Goethe and the Église Saint-Nicolas. These historic monuments have watched the town’s heritage unfold before them, and give the place an authentic charm. Don’t pass up on a visit to the Faience Museum, either — this special kind of pottery was a Sarreguemines specialty for over 300 years. The museum isn’t far at all from your hotel, and is also home to Paul de Geiger’s Art Nouveau-inspired winter garden.
A week’s stay is ideal for making the most of all Sarreguemines has to offer. The city is easily accessible either on foot or by bicycle from your Première Classe hotel. Greenways and cycle tracks mean that you can enjoy being out and about in unfamiliar territory with complete peace of mind. Look up from the road and you’ll see all sorts of gorgeous houses and historic monuments, like the château. You can roam all the way to Metz and Nancy — or even hop across the border a few miles from your hotel to marvel at Saarbrücken.
Traveling with family to Sarreguemines means sharing meaningful and fun moments all together. After putting down your bags in the room of your Première Classe hotel, dash off to the office of tourism. They have brochures for a child-friendly discovery of the city. From the small port to the historical center, you won’t miss a beat. For nature lovers, don’t miss Pré des Saveurs where aromatic and medicinal plants are cultivated. Passionate about history and heritage? Head to the archeological park of Bliesbruck Reinheim to travel back to the Gallic and Roman times.