Tourism - Haute-Marne

Haute-Marne is a French department that is part of the Champagne-Ardenne region. This department is surrounded by the Lorraine department in the northeast, the Franche-Comté department in the southeast, and Burgundy in the southwest. Haute-Marne is by far the greenest and the less populous department of Champagne-Ardenne region.

Nature overwhelms the very various landscapes of the region with hills, valleys and plains and their many rivers and streams full of fish. Among those very pretty natural sites are several cities well known for their remarkable architectural heritage and for their ancestral traditions: Nogent, capital of cutlery works, the impressive Joinville and its magnificent “Grand-Jardin Castle”. Also, the amazing city of Langres and the Saint-Mammès cathedral as well as Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises.

Top tourist cities in Haute-Marne


Tourism in Chaumont

Located in the department of the Haute Marne and in the region Champagne-Ardenne this flowered city is crossed by two rivers the Suize and the Marne. Within the plateau of Langres, this ancient residence of Counts of Champagne is surrounded with forests, so you will be ...

Must : Le donjon


Tourism Langres

At the gateway to Champagne and Burgundy, with its high ramparts, its imposing towers, and numerous church towers, Langres soars above the plateau like the proud fortress it is. Langres really is an art and history book come to life. Over the centuries the town has ...

Must : Musée d'art et d'histoire de Langres


Tourism Saint-Dizier Doors of east

Crossed by the history, wrapped by nature, turned towards its becoming Saint-Dizier is the city moving. Halfway between Paris and Strasbourg, Saint-Dizier is more the big city of the department of Haute-Marne. Opened on the forests of the Lake of DER downtown Champagne ...

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