Things to see and do - Nancy
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It is difficult to summarize the capital of Lorraine, but in an effort to do so the following are key: first, the wonderful Place Stanislas, a harmonious masterpiece by the town’s Polish duke; Jacques Callot’s engravings, now on display (with many other masterpieces) in a Fine Arts Museum that literally sets the scene for European art from the 14C to the present day; and finally the artists of the Nancy School, who made their town an Art Nouveau jewel. Three excellent reasons to visit the city!
Tourist attractions Nancy : Things to see and do
pl. Stanislas F - 54000 Nancy
The square's main point of interest is the marvellous gold-plated wrought iron gates made by Jean Lamour that adorn the four cut-off corners and entrances to Rue Stanislas and Rue Sainte-Catherine. The northern gates surround the fountains of Neptune..
3 pl. Stanislas F - 54000 Nancy
The Fine Arts Museum is housed in one of the pavilions on Place Stanislas. It displays its collections of 14th to 20C works with subtle use of light and sometimes unexpected combinations. Some of the most interesting collections include the 787 engra..
64 Grande-Rue F - 54000 Nancy
Built in the 13C, the Ducal Palace was rebuilt after the victory of René II over the Foolhardy - its austere façade is relieved by the elegant portery, its only flamboyant style decoration. The palace now houses the Musée Historique Lorrain.
21 Rue Stanislas F - 54000 Nancy
Prix Prices from : 55 €
Les Portes d'Or is located in central Nancy, 5 minutes from Nancy-Ville train station and 2 minutes from Nancy Cathedral. It offers soundproofed guestrooms with Canal+ TVs and Wi-Fi. Guests of the Portes d'Or can enjoy room service. Guests can use f..
5 rue des Carmes F - 54000 NANCY
Prix Prices from : 90 €
Close to stores and restaurants, the four-star Mercure Nancy Centre Stanislas hotel opens its doors to you just a short walk from the famous Place Stanislas, classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Benefit from finely-decorated bedrooms on the..
2, place Stanislas F - 54000 Nancy
Located in the heart of Nancy, on the beautiful Place Stanislas, the Grand Hotel de la Reine is set in a superb 18th-century building and offers uniquely decorated luxury accommodation. All of the rooms are air conditioned and equipped with cable TV..
60 r. Stanislas F - 54000 Nancy
This Nancy institution - opened 60 years ago - has been given a new lease of life with a full refurbishment, from the dining area to the kitchens. The decor is chic and contemporary, in chocolate tones and light wood. On the menu there is lovely fish..
74 r. Saint-Julien F - 54000 Nancy
The very young chef, Jérémy Grosdidier, (alumnus of L'Excelsior and Le Jules Verne in Paris) has opened this restaurant that already runs like a well-oiled machine - proof that if you're good enough, you're old enough! In the kitchen, he knows his cl..
2 r. des Carmes F - 54000 Nancy
Head south in this elegant restaurant with a bistro feel. The chef interweaves Mediterranean, Provençal and Italian influences, and the wine list gives pride of place to Italian wines.
3 r. Ste-Catherine F - 54000 Nancy
This 19C residence is very contemporary (grey tones, John Hutton furnishings) and, of course, has lovely grounds - all a stone's throw from Place Stanislas. The self-taught chef blends local ingredients, the flavours of Asia and good wines. Chic and ..
18 r. de la Primatiale F - 54000 Nancy
This pleasant contemporary bistro is housed in an 18C building located in a pedestrian street. The onus is on really good ingredients - without forgetting the judicious selection on the wine list.
10 r. St-Michel F - 54000 Nancy
This tiny restaurant located in a little pedestrian street is chic yet minimalist, and has proved a runaway success - with good reason. The food is meticulously prepared and tasty, and the service is really attentive. In short, it is an enjoyable exp..
31 r. Gambetta F - 54000 Nancy
Le Capucin Gourmand was a well-known institution in Nancy, and since 2011, it is now Le Capu! It has a shortened name, a new chic and intimate decor (with the old panelling and mouldings) and still the same seasonal cooking, enhanced with original to..