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Nancy is a French city and former capital of the Duchy of Lorraine, which is now part of the Meurthe-et-Moselle region of France. The city is home to the famous Place Stanislas, an 18th century square which was created in order to link the old town to the new, and is now listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nancy is a picturesque destination ideal for romantic getaways with its glittering town square, fine museums, and unique small shops and restaurants. The city still retains much of its charm since its days as the Duchy of Lorraine, and will transport visitors back to the romantic period of the 18th century when much of the city was built. Finding your ideal hotel in Nancy can be a difficult task, especially if you have certain budget expectations. Venere allows you to easily find your ideal hotel with the help of thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, thousands of hotel photo galleries, and the location of each potential hotel via Google maps.

What's Nancy Like?

Nancy is a beautiful city which is ideal for romantic getaways, sightseers, and cultural visits. Popular attractions include the Place Stanislas, a town square surrounded by beautiful 18th century architecture as well as modern shops. Art lovers will enjoy the Musee de l'Ecole de Nancy, a museum dedicated to École de Nancy, an Art Nouveau movement founded in 1901, which its many paintings, sculptures, and stained glass windows. La Porte de la Craffe (The Gate of Craffe) will appeal to anyone, as the Medieval structure has an almost magical attraction with its towers and gatehouse reminiscent of fairy tale stories.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nancy

The Summer months take place in Nancy between June and August, and the pleasant climate rarely experiences temperatures of over 25°C. Many of the main attractions can be reached from the city center on foot, so your best companion will be a sturdy and comfortable pair of walking shoes. It would be advised during the Summer months to carry bottled water with you, as you could easily spend much of the afternoon exploring the city on foot and will need some respite from the heat. Stereotypically French people can be difficult to communicate with in English, even if they can speak English. If you would like to avoid finding out if this is true or not, it would be ideal to either memorize a few simple French phrases or carry a pocket reference book. You can check with the Venere website before traveling in order to find the location of local attractions around your hotel.