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Getaway - Nancy
In the 18th century, the king without a kingdom, Stanislas Leszczynski, became Duke of Lorraine after offering his daughter in marriage to Louis XV. He remodelled Nancy, creating superb architectural complexes including Stanislas Square, the most famous example.
The city is nonetheless not limit
Getaway - Obernai, Sélestat and Haut-Koenigsbourg
Obernai, birthplace of Ste-Odile, the patron saint of Alsace, combines a rich historical heritage (Six Seaux well, Church of St-Peter and Paul, cornhall) and high-class culinary tradition.
A few miles away, Mount Ste-Odile offers a superb panoramic view of the Alsation plain. Further south, Ha
Getaway - Saverne
One of the best-kept secrets of the North-East is Saverne. If you are not yet familiar with this town, you should really hurry to explore its history and its customs. The past history of the town of Saverne, shared between France and Germany, has given it two cultures. The town of Saverne, a strongh
Getaway - Strasbourg
Strasbourg, Capital of Europe, has 2000 years of history behind it but still resolutely looks towards the future.
From the sublime Notre-Dame Cathedral to the “Petite France” district, not forgetting the Kammerzell House, Orangery Park or the Rohan Palace, the city has one of Europe's
Getaway - The Ballon d'Alsace
In the heart of the Ballon des [Vosges->http://www.relaischateaux.com/en/destinations/region/325/Alsace---Lorraine/325/vosges/549/] National Park is the Ballon d'Alsace. This rounded mountain straddles three Départements and offers a splendid view of the [Vosges->http://www.relaischateaux.com/en/d
Getaway - The Maginot Line
In the period between the two World Wars, France decided to protect its Northeast frontier by building large-scale fortifications. While the line ultimately reached Menton and the Mediterranean, Alsace and Lorraine were the first beneficiaries.
The remains of one of man's greatest military constr
Getaway - The Vosges Mountains
The eastern tip of France is covered by a low, green rounded massif of mountains called the Vosges. Popular for hiking, ramblers walk from farmhouse inns to winstubs (wine bar/restaurants) up gentle slopes amid the spreading vines. The road along the ridges (Route des crêtes), from Bonhomme to Ho