Meuse - Lorraine

As the world capital of the Great War, Verdun is the symbol of violent battles that raged in Lorraine throughout the entire conflict. From August 1914 to November 1918, Lorraine became a blood-soaked ground where hundreds of thousands of soldiers perished. From the Vosges, the only mountain front in France, to Verdun, to the annexed Metz and Nancy (which remained French), Lorraine and Meuse still bears the marks of the Great War. Today, the scarred land is an exceptional conservatory of the sites and remnants that, testify to the battles that were fought there.
Visiting this area gives a comprehension of the past, our common history, and a higher consciousness of the value of these peaceful landscapes and the quality of life we can enjoy there today. A special journey that raises deep emotions through a destination that has a lot to offer to its visitors.