Crowned by a frescoed dome, Nancy’s 18th-century cathedral is a sombre mixture of neoclassical and baroque.
Close to the Musée de l’École de Nancy lies the whimsical Villa Majorelle, built by Henri Sauvage in 1901 and bearing the hallmark of...
Once home to the dukes of Lorraine, the regal Renaissance Palais Ducal now shelters the Musée Lorrain. The rich fine arts & history...
This fun-focused bar has a roster of events, from flamenco nights to gigs. The mojito list features own creations laced with raspberry,...
A fresh-produce feast for the picnic basket, with several snack stands offering inexpensive lunches.
Lonely Planet review
Generously heaped plates of antipasti, freshly made pasta, colourful garden chairs, big smiles all round – it's a Tuscan garden party every lunchtime at Chez Tony in Nancy's covered market. Toast your find with a glass of olive liqueur or Chianti.