Are you Getting Married in the Grand Est? The home of Champagne is the perfect destination!

The Grand Est region formed in 2016 and brought together the historical regions of Alsace, Lorraine and Champagne and the Ardenne; it also brings a blend of French and Germanic traditions that make this region so unique.

The home of Champagne has to be the perfect place for a wedding! It has wine, gastronomic refinement and authentic flavours with exceptional local cuisine and an exceptional heritage with several sites listed as UNESCO World Heritage.

In addition to its beauty and heritage, the Grand Est is a major international region and shares common borders with Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland. If you’re hosting an big event here it will be easily accessible for guests with three international airports and TGV connections between Paris and Strasbourg, and Marseille, Lyon & Frankfurt.

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More About the Grand Est Region of France

A land of traditions, history wine and gastronomy located at the heart of Europe, the Great East with its mix of heritage offers something special; it’s not just exceptional champagne, renowned white wines from Alsace and extraordinary christmas markets.

Cities and towns are packed with treasures, floral villages with half-timbered houses, medieval castle forts, Gothic cathedrals, fortified or timber-framed churches, famous museums, and world renowned crystal and pottery works.  Strasbourg, with its famous cathedral and picturesque Petite France.  Colmar with its romantic Little Venice and Metz, with its Cour d’Or Museum and many many parks.  The memorial sites around the battlefields of the Ardennes and Verdun.  The fortified town of Langres, old Nancy with its medieval, Renaissance and Art Nouveau heritage, the beautiful medieval town of Troyes with its ten listed churches, the splendid Place Ducale in Charleville-Mézières, Sedan’s castle fort, the Mont Sainte-Odile mountain, the magnificent town of Riquewihr, the great museums of Mulhouse, and of course the prestigious champagne cellars of Reims, Épernay and Châlons-en-Champagne.

Ardennes (08) | Aube (10) |Marne (51) |Haute-Marne (52) | Meurthe-et-Moselle (54) | Meuse (55) |Moselle (57) |Bas-Rhin (67) |Haut-Rhin (68) | Vosges (88)

The Great East is a fabulous destination with a remarkable natural environment with the Ardennes, Ballons des Vosges, Montagne de Reims, Lorraine and the Vosges du Nord. Lake Der-Chantecoq, Lake Madine and the four lakes of Pays de Langres. Those in search of spas and well-being can enjoy a rejuvenating stay at one of the region’s eight spa resorts; Amnéville-les-Thermes, Bains-les-Bains, Bourbonne-les-Bains, Contrexéville, Morsbronn-les-Bains, Niederbronn-les-Bains, Plombières-les-Bains and Vittel.

The Grand Est offers something for everyone and with so many international travel links it’s easily accessible from across the globe; making it the perfect place for a destination wedding!