Be charmed by this magical city with its historical city centre and the majestic Place Stanislas, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy its parks and gardens, its typical cafes and restaurants... You are going to live a beautiful experience discovering the richness of the Nancy architecture resulting from all the artistic movements the city has known.
The Convention Centre was a district postal office designed by Jean Prouvé which has been totally renovated. This symbol of industrial architecture of the late 60’s, is located just 1 minute’s walk from the high speed train station and less than 5 minutes’ walk from other facilities like a park, an hotel, or a good restaurant. It can welcome your event up to 2400 guests.
Nancy, birth place of the French Art Nouveau movement, hides many secrets. The city is full of unusual places and offers a large range of gastronomic specialities and exceptional cultural events. This city, easily accessible, will transport you into the outstanding atmosphere of the french "Art de Vivre".
A CITY OF EXCELLENCE
Nancy is also bursting with innovation and intelligence. The presence of large national research institutions and technology companies on the territory have long fueled the need for holding conferences, trade shows, and professional meetings. First economic HUB of Lorraine, Nancy has 4 high-potential industries:
health and life sciences,
IT and digital creative economy,
eco-construction, materials of the future and energy efficiency,
banking and finance.
Thanks to the Institute Jean Lamour, a laboratory for fundamental and applied research in materials science and process, Nancy is known as a science and medical HUB. A unique worldwide equipment is accommodated in the laboratory: The Daum Tube, a device for elaboration and analysis under ultravide of nanomaterials. The Nancy Regional University Hospital, which is closely coordinated with the University of Lorraine, deploys innovating structures such as the Virtual Hospital, which federates and promotes initiatives in terms of e-pedagogy and simulated learning.