You can come here for skiing activities in winter, and enjoy other open air activities in summer, including hiking, walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing and climbing. And for a more relaxing time, you can enjoy the region's spas for a course of treatment that'll get you back into shape. Lorraine is one of the most wooded regions in France. These large forest parks are wonderful for reinvigorating walks with your family or friends.
Metz, Bar-le-Duc and Nancy, with its Place Stanislas, are some of the towns you should come and explore in Lorraine. Because of its geographical situation, the region is marked by the country's various stages of development. Several towns that were destroyed during the Second World War were never rebuilt.
Lorraine has always been highly sought after by Germany and France. In fact in the past it always used to alternate backwards and forwards between the borders. Various museums, such as Toul, are reminders of these different periods of history, serving to make sure future generations do not restart these atrocities.
Come and breathe in the fresh air deeply in this lovely region, and enjoy its quiche lorraine, pies and Mirabelles de Lorraine plums! The region is full of delicious local produce, and will demonstrate this to you with its tasty traditional recipes. And for people who like hops, barley and malt, a visit to the Meuse beer museum is a must.
Peace and getting away from it all await you for your camping holiday in Lorraine.
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