Explore Nancy in France with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Nancy
Sight 1: Chapelle du couvent des Dominicains
The Chapel of the Dominican Convent is a conventual chapel of neo-Gothic style built in Nancy in 1861.
Sight 2: Hôtel de Stainville
Sight 3: Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation
Sight 4: Hôtel d'Alsace
Sight 5: Caserne Thiry
The Thiry barracks, first known as the Sainte-Catherine barracks, is a barracks near the Sainte-Catherine Porte in Nancy. It was built from 1765 to 1769 on the plans of the architect Richard Mique, on the orders of Louis XV, shortly before the attachment of Lorraine to France.
Sight 6: Grand Hôtel de la Reine
Sight 7: Hommage à Lamour
Tribute to Lamour is a work by François Morellet carried out in 2001 and installed permanently at the Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy.
Sight 8: Hôtel de Rogéville
The Hôtel de Rogéville is a private mansion in the Old Town of Nancy, located at 11 Grande-Rue, at the corner of Rue du Maure-qui-Trompe. It is a Renaissance-style building, modified in the classical period, which today houses a cultural structure: The Little Theatre, in the city...
Sight 9: Hôtel de Ligniville
Sight 10: Hôtel Héré
Sight 11: Hôtel de Chastenoy
Sight 12: Hôtel de Hautoy
Sight 13: Hôtel de Lillebonne
The Hôtel de Lillebonne is a private mansion in the city of Nancy. It is a sixteenth-century Renaissance building, located at number 14 rue du Cheval Blanc, at the corner with rue de la Source, in Ville-Vieille. Today, the hotel is part of a group of buildings that houses a youth and culture centre as well as a contemporary art space, the Galerie Lillebonne.
Sight 14: Bibliothèque Stanislas
The Bibliothèque municipale de Nancy is a public library in Nancy, France. It houses approximately 400,000 documents, books, maps, plans and prints. Polish king Stanisław Leszczyński began the collection in 1750. The library is located in a 1769 building of the historical University of Nancy. At 43, rue Stanislas, it is close to the Place Stanislas and the Gare de Nancy-Ville.
Sight 15: Chapelle de la Visitation
The Chapel of the Visitation, sometimes called the Round Chapel, is a chapel located in Nancy, France. The main vestige of the convent of the Visitandines with the adjoining wing, rue de la Visitation, it was built in the eighteenth century. Transformed into the Musée des Beaux-Arts during the Revolution, it was integrated under the First Empire into the walls of the Lycée Impérial de Nancy, which later became the Lycée Henri-Poincaré.
Sight 16: Immeuble Génin-Louis
Sight 17: Hôtel Lang
Sight 18: Salle Poirel
Sight 19: Hôtel Excelsior
The Excelsior brewery, colloquially referred to by the apocope "L'Excel", or "Le Flo" since its acquisition by the Flo group, is a French brasserie with Art Nouveau architecture located in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle), at the corner formed by rue Henri-Poincaré and rue Mazagran, near Place Simone-Veil.
Sight 20: Immeuble Georges Biet
The Georges Biet building is a Nancy school style building built between 1901 and 1902 in Nancy. It is located at No 22 rue de la Conderie, about 200 meters southwest of Nancy station.
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