Meurthe-et-Moselle

Toul

Interesting
Toul
The Essential
Interesting
On the banks of the River Moselle, Toul has since Antiquity enjoyed its privileged position on the main thoroughfare between Lyons and Trèves. In 1914, the city, (one of the "three dioceses") was considered one of the best defended places in Europe. As a result, nobody tried to attack it. Visitors to Toul will discover the Gothic art of the Champagne region, a beautiful cathedral, and admire the magnificent cloister of Saint-Gengoult, before tasting Toul's famous vin gris.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Toul

St-Étienne Cathedral
St-Étienne Cathedral
The construction of St-Étienne cathedral
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Cloître St-Gengoult
Cloître St-Gengoult
The Renaissance cloisters built against
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Art and History Museum
Art and History Museum
This art and history museum retraces the
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Former Episcopal Palace of Toul
Former Episcopal Palace of Toul
The episcopal palace was built from 1735
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St-Gengoult's Church
St-Gengoult's Church
This former collegiate church for canons
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Michâtel Street
Michâtel Street
Bossuet's father, a councillor in the
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