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By train

The main train station is Gare de Nancy-Ville, with direct connections to Paris (high speed rail line), Metz, Lyon, Strasbourg and several regional destinations. The motorway A31 connects Nancy with Metz, Luxembourg and Langres.

By bus

The most heavily used route, the Tram T1, is a so-called 'tramway on tyres', which is actually a guided busway based on Bombardier Transportation's Guided Light Transit (GLT) technology and using articulated trolleybuses. In addition to diesel buses, Nancy has been served by trolleybuses since 1982, but in 2000 the three-route trolleybus system was reconfigured into a single, longer route and with a surface guidance system added (GLT, or TVR in French). The guidance systems covers about two-thirds of the approximately 10-km route, and the trolleybuses are separated from other traffic over that portion of the route, speeding travel times. During its first two years, the new system suffered many incidents and malfunctions of the guidance system, but now works without significant problems

Key places to visit
The Place Stanislas, Nancy Cathedral, Montet Botanical Garden, Dominique Alexandre Godron Garden, The Museum School Nancy, Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine, Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy


Places to Visit

The Place Stanislas

The Place Stanislas, known colloquially as the place Stan', is a large pedestrianized square in Nancy, Lorraine, France. Since 1983, the architectural ensemble comprising the Place Stanislas and the extension of its axis, the Place de la Carrière and Place d'Alliance, has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Nancy Cathedral

Nancy Cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation de Nancy) is an 18th century Roman Catholic cathedral, and national monument of France, located in the town of Nancy in Lorraine. It is the seat of the Bishop of Nancy.

Montet Botanical Garden

Montet Botanical Garden sometimes also called the Jardin botanique de Nancy, is a major botanical garden operated by the Conservatoire et Jardins Botaniques de Nancy. It is located at 100, rue du Jardin Botanique, Villers-les-Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France, and open daily; an admission fee is charged.

Dominique Alexandre Godron Garden

The Jardin Dominique Alexandre Godron (1 hectare) is a historic botanical garden located at 3 rue Sainte-Catherine, Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France. It is open daily without charge.The garden was founded in 1758 by Stanisław Leszczyński, the last Duke of Lorraine, as an adjunct to the Royal College of Medicine. It is the city's oldest botanical garden, and remained active as such until 1993 when its collections were transferred to the larger Jardin botanique du Montet outside the central city. It was named in honor of celebrated local botanist Dominique Alexandre Godron (1807-1880), who redesigned and reinvigorated the garden during his tenure as director, and now displays horticultural collections in its long, narrow beds.

The Museum School Nancy

The Museum School Nancy is a museum devoted to the School of Nancy, an Art Nouveau movement founded in 1901 by emile Galle, Victor Prouve, Louis Majorelle, Antonin Daum and Eugene Vallin in the city of Nancy in Lorraine (France). They were joined by other artists, notably Jacques Grüber.The museum, opened in 1964, is set in the former house of a patron of the ecole de Nancy, Eugène Corbin. It has a garden, an aquarium pavilion, and the main building contains works by all the major Art Nouveau artists of Nancy, which was one of the major center of the movement in Europe.

Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine

The Ducal Palace of Nancy or Palais ducal du Nancy is a palace in Nancy, France, which was home to the Dukes of Lorraine. It houses the Musee Lorrain, one of Nancy's principal museums, dedicated to the art, history and popular traditions of Lorraine until the early 20th century

Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy

The Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy (in French: Musee des Beaux-Arts de Nancy) is one of the oldest museums in France. It was created in 1793. It is hosted in one of the four large pavilions on the Place Stanislas created in 1755 by Stanislas Leszczyński, duke of Lorraine.
Some of the painters whose work is featured in the collections are Perugino, Tintoretto, Jan Brueghel the Younger, Caravaggio, Georges de La Tour, Charles Le Brun, Ribera, Rubens, Claude Gellee (known as Le Lorrain and Claude), Luca Giordano, François Boucher, Eugene Delacroix, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Paul Signac, Modigliani, Picasso, Raoul Dufy

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