Le Village Gaulois

Address: 11, Rue Parge, Verdun, Lorraine, 55100, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 11, Rue Parge, Verdun, is near Verdun Battlefield, Douaumont, Fort de Vaux, and Fleury.
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          • Restaurant


          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Banquet room

          TripAdvisor Reviews Le Village Gaulois Verdun

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Verdun


          A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Sep 15, 2015

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          ... were no other vans we were a bit concerned, but it seemed safe enough. We thought we would take a walk down into town before dinner and decided we just had to have a quick drink for sustenance to get back up the hill. So sat outside (as we had Tess) with a Beer & Martini, bowl of crisps nuts and olives, all for €6, why doesn't cost this in the UK? Made it back up the hill to find just a couple of cars still parked and Pierre! Hopefully Tess won't sleep too ...

          Fort de Fermont. by Julie

          A travel blog entry by julieolds on Jul 26, 2015

          8 photos

          ... of each other after their recent history. The cities of Metz and Nancy have gone back and forth under France and German alliance several times in the past century, and both were only just re-returned to France after WWII (listen to me!- sounding like someone who actually has an understanding of history!!!) Anyway, the fort tour was a bit dull and long ( 2 1/2 hours!!!), and in French, but it was an interesting, authentic experience. Ask the boys- they loved it! ...


          A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 17, 2014

          12 photos

          ... bones of 130,000 unidentified soldiers from the battlefields from WWI. A plaque overlooking the vast cemetery showed that the area was dedicated in 1984 by Francois Mitterand and Helmut Kohl now friends in a time of peace. As temperatures soared to 33 degrees, we struggled to keep walking but still managed to see some original trenches as well as a memorial to the village of Fleury which was completely wiped out ...

          Verdun - Scene of Bitter WWI Battle

          A travel blog entry by jimnkim_europe on Jun 22, 2013

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          After leaving Metz, we headed for Paris, stopping off to visit Verdun, the scene of the First World War Battle of Verdun between France and Germany. This battle is considered the greatest and lengthiest in world history. Never before or since has there been such a lengthy battle, involving so many men, situated on such a tiny piece of land. The battle, which lasted from 21 February 1916 until 19 December 1916 caused ...

          Stenay, in the rain

          A travel blog entry by thereays on Sep 27, 2012

          ... br>
          Thursday, and it is still pouring with rain!

          One of our diversions under these conditions, a drink in a cafe, is ruled out, because the cafe is closed, ...