As capital of Europe, New York, Geneva and Strasbourg are the only cities in the world which are home to international institutions without being national capitals. As the capital of Alsace, like many other French cities, it also offers free entry to its fantasic museums. Asthe capital of Christmas, December in Strasbourg means, above all, the immense Christmas market, which has been existing for 446 years.
Strasbourg Tourism Office is here to help you discover more about this interesting city, from local culture to local Alsace food, from exquisite hotels to historical heritages.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Strasbourg Tourism Office:
Nancy is literally at the heart of the Lorraine region, and famous around the world for its group of architectural masterpieces inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List:
Place Stanislas, Place de la Carrière and Place d’Alliance.
Nancy Tourism Office is here to help you to discover more about this historical city. From convenient access, hotels, maps, local culture events to professional visits, business trip etc.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Nancy Tourism Office:
Coronation City, Champagne town… Reims is eager to show you the legacy of its glorious past and to lead you into a prestigious realm of the most celebrated and festive of wines.
Located in the city centre, Reims Tourism Office will help you on all the practical information. From where to stay to where to eat, from what to do to what will happen. You will find all information you want from Reims Tourism Office.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Reims Tourism Office:
Find out here everything you need to know about Dijon: Getting to? Getting about? It’s easy!
And where to find the essential stop for all tourists: the Tourist Office!
From local brochures, restaurants, hotel information, to very thoughtful information like maps, transfers, even public toilets!
For more information, you can visit the official website of Dijon Tourism Office:
Lorraine in a few words ? Different, surprising and fascinating for a start !
Committed to promote Lrraine region into tourism destination, Lorraine Regional Tourism Board will help you to discover more.
Towns for culture vultures, mountains for nature lovers, thermal springs for relaxing and spoiling yourself, factories, coal mines and those unforgettable historically important military sites… Lorraine has a unique heritage to share with the world.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Regional Tourism Board:
Franche-Comté experiences two real seasons with summer and winter, and nature remains one of its main assets. Natural landscapes and cultural heritage combine in harmony and invite you to discover the region’s strong character.
Franche Comté Regional Tourism Board will help you discover more about this beautiful place where full of mother nature’s masterpieces.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Franche Comté Regional Tourism Board:
Burgundy region in French Bourgogne region, is one of the most famous wine destination of the world, but do you know except excellent Burgundy wine, this is also a place full of sports adventure, gastronomy and unesco world heritages?
Burgundy Regional Tourism Board is here to help you with all the questions, from information of professional tourism offices, to how to organize your incentive tours and more.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Bourgogne Regional Tourism Board:
The Champagne-Ardenne region is known the world over for the quality of its vineyards and wine cellars, which cover an area greater than 30,000 hectares, and employ the talents of several thousand wine-growers. Do you want to discover the secret of Champagne region?
Champagne Ardenne Regional Tourism Board will help you find out what to do and where to go in Champgane region. From regional history to local festivals, from champagne tasting to bike tours, Champagne Ardenne Regional Tourism Board is committed to promote and develope the regional tourism activities.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Champagne Ardenne Regional Tourism Board:
Mainly comprised of plains and hills, the region also offers a landscape ideal for anyone keen on enjoying mountain activities and admiring the outstanding views over the plains and towns of Alsace. Welcome to the mysterious Alsace region.
Committed to promote local regional tourism resources, Alsace Regional Tourism Board will help you know more about this beautiful region.
From Alsace wine route to the local festival, from outstanding tourism places to regional special food, it will make you understand the true life of Alsace.
For more information, you can visit the official website of Alsace Regional Tourism Board: