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Low cost hotel in Nancy - 8 km from downtown
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Nancy is nestled in the region of Lorraine, in the east of France. It is the capital of the Meurthe-et-Moselle department as well as being the economic capital of Lorraine. It is very much a student city, with three major universities and over 47,000 students. Once the industrial and cultural powerhouse of north-east France, the city boasts a diverse architectural and cultural heritage, with parts of the historical city centre listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In 1050 a small fortified town named Nanciacum was built by the Duke of Lorraine. The city was burnt in 1218 at the War of Succession of Champagne and conquered by Emperor Frederick II before being rebuilt in stone. Over the next few centuries it grew in importance as the capital of the Duchy of Lorraine. In 1871 the city remained French when Prussia annexed Alsace-Lorraine. The flow of refugees reaching Nancy doubled its population over the next few decades and artistic, academic, financial and industrial excellence started to flourish, establishing what is still the capital of Lorraine's trademark to this day.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know Nancy. Premiere Classe Nancy Est – Essey Hotel and Premiere Classe Nancy Sud – Ludres Hotel are both just a short taxi ride from the city centre where all the action is. Get your bearings first in Place Stanislas town square where the fountains, statues and surrounding buildings all add to its grandeur. After this head to the Old City where, as well as cafes and restaurants, lies Nancy’s Cathedral, Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Carriere which along with Place Stanislas is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. For your second day why not relax in Jardin Botanique du Montet – a 70 acre botanical garden – before checking out the city’s top museum, the Musee de l’Ecole de Nancy, which is devoted to the city’s Art Nouveau movement in 1901.

A one-week break

A whole week is a the perfect length of time to fully appreciate all that the city of Nancy has to offer. Parc Sainte-Marie and Parc de la Cure d’Air are two more beautiful parks located in the city. Nancy also has many more interesting museums to visit including Musee des Beaux-Arts, showcasing the city’s best fine art, and Musee Historique Lorrain, charting the history of the region. For football fans AS Nancy Lorraine play their home games at Stade Marcel Picot which makes for an exhilarating experience while in the evening lovers of the arts are spoilt for choice with the city boasting Opera National de Lorraine, C.C.N. Ballet de Lorraine and Theatre Mon Desert just to name a few.

A family holiday
Nancy makes for a perfect holiday destination for the whole family! The 50 acre Parc de la Pepiniere has a zoo, a couple of bars, a children’s puppet theatre and an open-air auditorium with free concerts during the summer evenings. Nancy also has an aquarium as well as a host of cinemas so there will be something to keep everyone happy!

The city is served by the Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport. It is a small airport, located about 30km north of Nancy, hosting only regional flights to Lyon, Toulouse and the Mediterranean coast. Taxis or shuttles connect the airport to the city. Nancy has two major rail stations: Gare de Nancy Ville is located in the heart of the city and is a major hub for national and regional trains while Gare Lorraine-TGV, 20km north of they city, is served only by TGV high-speed trains linking Paris to Strasbourg. If you are travelling by car then the A31 heads towards Luxembourg, A31 to Paris, A33 to Germany and N57 to Epinal. The local transport system is run by STAN who provide a bus system from 6am to 9pm and a tram system from 5am to 12pm.

Lorraine claims a superb range of country food based on local produce that is hearty and satisfying. ‘Quiche Lorraine’ is hailed as a classic by locals and is made with free range eggs, crispy bacon and cream on a light pastry case. ‘Potée’, Lorraine's traditional hotpot is a rustic stew of smoked sausages, bacon, cabbage, root vegetables, white beans and potatoes. Another favourite you will want to try is ‘terrine’, a tasty meat loaf of pork or wild boar served with a pate Lorraine.

is full of a wide range of events throughout the year. A favourite that has been going on for well over 30 years now is the Nancy Jazz Pulsations in October. It is an eclectic festival showcasing the latest acts in all genres of music, from jazz and blues to reggae and hip-hop. Other highlights include the International Festival of Choral Music, which attracts groups from all over the world, and the Theatre of the Passion of Christ which depicts the major moments in the life of Christ.

Interesting fact

Pope John Paul II visited Nancy in 1988.

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