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Centre Pompidou Metz


<p>Moselle has an extraordinarily rich historical past and is home to a heritage as impressive as it is varied. A départementthat now gives pride of place to a luxuriant nature where all leisure activities are on the cards!</p>

Moselle in all its intensity

Historical, cultural and even industrial, Moselle’s heritage is multifaceted. Only 1½ hours from Paris by TGV, this Lorraine département accommodates more than its fair share of treasures, ensuring that your stay will be a real success!

Leisure activities for the whole family, gourmet cuisine born of an unparalleled terroir, and remarkably biodiverse nature are all on the programme. In the heart of the Grand Est, come and experience Moselle in all its intensity.

Randonnée à Bitche
Center Parcs Domaine des trois forêts

Recharge your batteries in Moselle!

Moselle’s natural environment is luxuriant and contrasting in equal measure, enabling its fauna and flora to prosper in peace Oak and beech forests in the west, lakes and ponds in the east, and you can also get away from it all in the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, listed by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve.

And when it comes to recharging your batteries in Moselle, you’re spoilt for choice! There are over 2000 km of hiking trails, 1,300 km of cycle routes and two Regional Nature Parks, not to mention its forests, hillsides, lakes and rivers…

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Zoo d'Amnéville

Moselle and its thousand-and-one activities

A family destination par excellence, a whole host of activities of all kinds awaits you in Moselle. On land, in the water or in the air, there’s something for everyone!

Get acquainted with the wolves at Sainte-Croix Animal Park, take a trip to the largest Center Parcs in Europe and enjoy some of its 90 and more activities, visit Amnéville Zoo and its animals from 5 continents – Moselle has everything it takes to keep you well and truly satisfied!

Verre de vin AOC Moselle

Gastronomy in the spotlight!

From plate to glass, remarkable knowhow and an unparalleled terroir are in the spotlight in this land of flavours and traditions. Starting with its vineyards, a source of local pride as no fewer than 17 of its winegrowers have been awarded the prestigious AOC Moselle designation. Human-sized vineyards and the finest of wines, produced by true devotees are what make Moselle’s oenological knowhow so unique.

Unprecedented taste sensations are on the menu for all discerning gourmets, as no fewer than six of Moselle’s restaurants have been awarded a star in the Michelin Guide, bringing with them a whole new generation of dedicated and extraordinarily talented chefs!

Savoir-faire lorrain et art de la table

Immersion in a rich heritage

Feel like a spot of art and culture? Then head for Metz and its famous Centre Pompidou-Metz, or to Scy-Chazelles for a visit to the house where the “Father of Europe” Robert Schuman lived. Moselle also contains a good many memorial sites emblematic of its wartime history.

Moselle’s heritage also lies in the hands of its craftspeople as many areas of knowhow have been perfected here. Don’t miss out on the “Route Touristique des Arts du Feu” (Arts of Fire Tourist Route), the only one of its kind in France, which will take you to the workshops of craftspeople working in ceramics, earthenware, glass and crystal. Industry also figures prominently, as its long history of iron and coal mining has turned a number of industrial sites into true works of art well worth the visit, including U4 Blast Furnace Park in Uckange.

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