Lorraine's appeal as a touristic holiday destination is so strong due to the diverse range of landscapes it boasts and the fact that it borders with different countries such as Germany and Belgium, which give it a fascinating history and rich mix of cultural traditions to immerse yourself in. Lorraine has contributed great personalities to the fields of art and literature. You could start off your holiday in Lorraine accommodation by visiting the birthplace of Joan of Arc, which lies in Domremy la Pucelle, a little village in Vosges. Metz and Nancy are two other very important tourist destinations to visit during your stay in a holiday home Lorraine. Metz is the older of the two with a history dating back to the Carolingian dynasty and Nancy boasts a UNESCO World Heritage Site called Place Stanislas, found in the city of Nancy. Most tourists to the Lorraine region find themselves irresistably drawn towards the main cathedrals and parks that dot this region.