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The Thionville area in 48 hours

You’re coming to the 3 Borders region for two days! You’re in luck! Your first port of call is the Tourist Office on Place Anne Grommerch, where you can get personal advice and a map of Thionville’s cultural heritage.

Day 1

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Day 2

MORNING Let’s start the day with a visit to a distillery or winery. You may not have known it, but the Moselle wine route is just around the corner. A number of producers will be happy to explain their trade and how their crops are used. The visit ends with a wine tasting, always in moderation, accompanied or not by toast garnished with local produce. Once this little appetizer is over, it’s time for the serious business of lunch. There are a number of options open to you, which may influence the rest of your day.

AFTERNOON If the weather is fine and very sunny, you can enjoy a meal in one of Sierck-les-Bainsrestaurants. In the afternoon, you can enjoy the picturesque charm of the streets of the town center and its castle. You can also leave Sierck-les-Bains for Rodemack, our little Carcassonne, a fully fortified village that retains its medieval spirit. Time travel 100% guaranteed. On the other hand, if the weather isn’t fine and you’re worried about your blow-dry, you can return to Thionville, take advantage of the tables you didn’t visit on your first day and choose to spend your afternoon at one of our two flagship sites: the Tour aux Puces museum or the Fort de Guentrange. The former, housed in the former keep of the Counts of Luxembourg, features an archaeological collection dating from prehistory to the Renaissance. The second, a vast Festen dating back to the German annexation, will show you the life of German soldiers in this bunker dedicated to guarding the German border.

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