Book a rental bearing the Gîtes de France label and come to discover the Moselle. Whether they are in the countryside or in urban surroundings, these rentals are adapted to your requirements, with flexible arrival and departure dates, as well as being well-equipped with washing machines and dishwashers.
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Come and visit the Lorraine and Vosges du Nord regional nature parks and go hiking or cycling on the many trails they offer. You can also enjoy a family outing on the Hanau reservoir, which you can cross in a canoe or aboard a paddle boat. Otherwise you can also climb the Rocher de Dabo to visit the chapel at its summit, or visit the Amnéville zoological reserve.
A holiday in Lorraine is a good opportunity to visit historic sites that bear witness to the wars between France and Germany: the forts of Guentrange, near Thionville, or that of Queuleu, which was first a French prison, then a German one.
You can also visit the medieval citadel and castle of Malbrouck, where younger visitors can try their hand at jousting.During a weekend break in Metz, visit the monuments of the capital of the Lorraine, such as the 13th century Saint-Etienne cathedral or the Pompidou Contemporary Art Centre. While you're there, try the local culinary specialities, such as the Quiche Lorraine and, of course, the mirabelle plums, which are celebrated every August.