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Nancy Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1330-1800
Sa 0800-1200
Su Closed
1 Place Thiers, 54000

Telephone: +33 (0) 3 83 32 13 14

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Hertz at Nancy Railway Station

Nancy is a French city located in the north-eastern region of Lorraine, not far from the German border.

The city has a reputation for art and culture and hosts and impressive Art Nouveau Quarter.

Hiring a car from Nancy makes it convenient for travellers to get around and take in the city's sights and experiences such as the old and new towns which are now connected but have distinctly different atmospheres. Nancy also has three World Heritage Sites; the Place Stanislas, Place de la Carrière, and Place d'Alliance all of which were listed by UNESCO in 1983.

Make sure that you take the time to visit Nancy's Place Stanislas, known as the heart of the city. Inaugurated in 1755, Place Stanislas has stunning classical facades, wrought-iron railings and elegant fountains. Outside you will find a statue of Stanislas, "le bienfaisant", which replaced King Louis XV's statue after it was melted down following the French Revolution.

Car rental from Nancy can help you see more during your trip by allowing you to branch out and explore Nancy's neighbouring areas or even travel across the border and into nearby Germany.