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Your travel guide to Grand-Est

When the regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine in eastern France were brought together in 2016, the new region of Grand Est was born. It includes no less than ten different departments including Bas-Rhin, Moselles, Vosges and Ardennes. The largest city in the region, which also serves as its administrative centre, is Strasbourg. Grand Est borders Switzerland, to the south, Germany, to the east, and Luxembourg as well as Belgium to its north. Grand Est takes up over 22,000 square miles of land, much of it put to use for agriculture.

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GRAND EST: LES HÔTELS

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Bristol Strasbourg Centre Train Station (ex Inter-Hotel)

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des Princes Strasbourg Centre (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Mulhouse Salvator (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Colmar Train Station (ex P'tit Dej-Hotel)

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Reims-Tinqueux (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Metz Moderne (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Nancy South Arcole (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Thionville Le Concorde Panoramique (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Nancy Centre Train Station (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Sélestat North Le Verger des Châteaux (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Saint-Avold North Aster (ex Inter-Hotel)

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d'Alsace Strasbourg South (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Mulhouse East (ex P'tit Dej-Hotel)

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Strasbourg North Le Forum (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Auberge Hazemann (ex Relais du Silence)

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La Fischhutte (ex Relais du Silence)

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Resort Résidence Pierre (ex Relais du Silence)

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de l'Ange Colmar south (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Colmar Haut-Koenisgbourg Val-Vignes (ex Qualys-Hotel)

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Remiremont Arum (ex Inter-Hotel)

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Neuhauser (ex Relais du Silence)

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Aux Ducs de Lorraine (ex Relais du Silence)

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aux Maisons (ex Relais du Silence)

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Sedan East Le Coeur d'Or (ex Inter-Hotel)

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GRAND-EST : THE BEST CITIES

Colmar

Colmar is a large city located within the Alsace region of north-eastern France.

Strasbourg

Strasbourg is a large city located within the Grand Est region of France.

Mulhouse

Mulhouse is a large city found within the Alsace region of France.

Grand-Est: Be inspired

What to do, to see, to hear...

Transports in Grand-Est

The express line that serves the region of Grand Est is known as LGV Est. You can get to most of the larger towns and cities using it. EuroCity train services run throughout the region, too, connecting Strasbourg to Brussels with other stops on the way. The A4 and A5 autoroutes are the two major east-west motorways that run throughout the region. North-south communications are maintained by the A26 and A31.

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When to go to Grand-Est

Many visitors come to the region in the summer months when the greatest number of sunshine hours can be enjoyed. Having said that, Strasbourg is well-known for its wonderful Christmas markets which start in late November and run right through until the New Year. The International Festival of Colmar, in Alsace, takes place in July each year and it attracts lots of fans of classical music. Reims Jazz Festival takes place in the autumn although the specific dates change from year to year.

What to do in Grand-Est

Grand Est is large and has something that will satisfy everyone no matter what they want to get out of a holiday.Our hoteliers prepared a list of some of the most unique attractions and things to do.

Nancy

Nancy, the former capital of the old Duchy of Lorraine, has a great live music scene with plenty of gigs every week ranging from rock and pop to jazz and blues.

Moët et Chandon

Perhaps the most famous Champagne brand of them all, can be sampled at Épernay, much of which is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Metz

Close to France's eastern border with Germany, lies on the banks of the Moselle River and you can hire kayaks from several operators in the city to explore it.

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The best restaurants in Grand-Est

There are many top-quality gastronomic experiences to be had in Grand Est. For example, L'Assiette Champenoise in Reims is run by the notable Chef, Arnaud Lallement, who has three Michelin stars to his name.