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Langres Travel guide
Langres : Michelin's recommendations
Langres is known throughout France because it is near the source of the Marne and the Seine rivers. Perched on a rocky spur, the birthplace of Diderot is a maze of winding streets encircled by 4km of ramparts.
Tourist attractions Langres : Things to see and do
F - 52200 Langres
The ramparts have retained 7 gates and 12 towers showing the evolution of fortifications from the Hundred Years War to the 19C. The watch-path offers a pleasant walk and magnificent views of the Marne Valley, the Lac de la Liez and the Vosges Mountai..
Place Ziegler F - 52200 Langres
Hotel De La Poste is located in the historic village of Langres, an hour north of Dijon, in the Haute-Marne department. It offers an outdoor swimming pool and sauna. The 16th-century building provides spacious guest rooms with en suite facilities a..
4, rue de l'Estres. F - 52200 LANGRES
The Cheval Blanc is housed in a former church, mentioned in documents dating back to 834. It was turned into an inn during the Revolution. Certain rooms have vaulted ceilings, whilst others, in the Diderot pavillion opposite the hotel have a more mod..
In a 17th century building in the centre of town, a former coaching inn, fully renovated, with private car park. Traditional cooking, with pride of place going to regional produce: truffles, game, cheese. An ideal stopover on your holiday road, both ..
4 r. de l'Estres F - 52200 Langres
This restaurant proposes good cooking based on local ingredients. The chef does not hesitate to enhance his dishes with inventive touches. Try the scallops with green apple and the fraisier destructuré (strawberry cream cake).
1 r. des Voiliers F - 52200 Lac de la Liez
This inn enjoys an ideal location next to the lake. Enjoy the traditional cuisine in the conservatory with views over the water, and soak up the holiday atmosphere! The functional, air-conditioned guestrooms have a nautical theme.