Metz-Nancy © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Gare de Metz © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Arrivée à Nancy par La Meurthe sur la Voie Bleue © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Pause sur La Voie Bleue © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Nancy - Place Stanislas © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Camping sur les bords de la Moselle vers Metz © Guillaume Robert-Famy
Coucher de soleil sur Metz © Guillaume Robert-Famy

Metz - Nancy

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Metz and Nancy, two close cities, two contrasting histories

This stretch links Lorraine’s two major towns: Nancy and Metz. Each has a quite distinct history. The former is famed in particular for its 18th-century squares (declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the latter for its majestic Gothic cathedral. Following the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, Metz came under German rule for some time, while Nancy remained French, the new Art Nouveau style thriving there.

La Voie Bleue creates a fabulous link between the two towns, each a must for visitors.

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Getting there and back

  • Express Regional Train (TER) access in the train station of Metz-ville.
  • Express Regional Train (TER) and High speed train (TGV) access in the train station of Nancy-ville
  • TER train station in Pont-à-Mousson
  • Other train stations on the route : Ars-sur-Moselle, Ancy-sur-Moselle, Novéant-sur-Moselle