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    Rendez-vous in Moselle

    Explore Moselle and you’ll be amazed at everything this multi-faceted land has to offer.

    A wide array of contrasting landscapes awaits you, from the Vosges Massif's deep forests to the Moselle Valley's hillsides and Lorraine's gentle plateau. Seven regions, each with its own strong identity, shaped those landscapes, offering you a host of natural, cultural and leisure resources.

    Whether you love hiking, history, the arts or thrills, Moselle promises to live up to all your expectations. So let yourself be carried away by your new destination!

    Getting to Moselle

    • By train: the TGV-East line runs 11 daily returns between Paris and Metz (82 mins.). It also stops at Thionville, Forbach, Sarrebourg and Lorraine’s TGV station.
    • By road: Metz is located at the junction of two major motorways: the Paris-Frankfurt A4 and the A31 connecting the North Sea coast to the Mediterranean coast via Luxembourg, Dijon and Lyon. 
    • By air: Metz-Nancy Lorraine regional airport is equidistant from Metz and Nancy. It serves the main towns and cities in France offering direct flights from Lyon, Nantes, Nice and Clermont-Ferrand. Three further airports near Moselle serve the region: Luxembourg, Sarrebruck and Zweibrucken (Germany).
 
 
    tagged as : French Cities, Nature & outdoors, Culture & Heritage, Fitness & Well-being, Business Tourism, Luxury Goods, Gastronomy, Golf, Holiday villages, Remembrance tourism, 57-Moselle, Lorraine, French "Département"