Rarecourt is located approximately 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Paris, the country's capital, and about 120 miles (193 kilometers) from Strasbourg.
From tourist hotspots to hidden gems that await the more intrepid traveler, Alsace-Lorraine is brimming with cultural and natural attractions. Lacroix-sur-Meuse and Bar-le-Duc are two other places worth seeing while you're in Alsace-Lorraine.
Organize some transportation and spend half a day in Verdun, a regional center, situated approximately 13 miles (21 kilometers) from Rarecourt. The place offers plenty of tourist attractions, such as Monument de la Victoire, Andre Maginot Memorial and Musee-Memorial de Fleury. Be sure not to head back to Rarecourt until you've checked out Verdun's Fort de Vaux, Fort de Souville and Ossuaire de Douaumont.
Should the heavens open, fear not, Alsace-Lorraine is home to some terrific art museums and history museums, guaranteed to keep you and your family happily occupied. To understand a place, it often pays to revisit the past. Alsace-Lorraine's colorful war relics and monuments are a great starting point.
Joining in with one of the winery tours and city walking tours is a good way to understand about Alsace-Lorraine.
You will be sad to say "Au revoir / À bientôt" (farewell) to this appealing spot.