Museums: Fine Arts Musuem (4.5 - 7 Euros) http://mban.nancy.fr/fr/informations-pratiques/preparez-votre-visite-au-musee.html, Museum of the school of Nancy (Art Deco) (4-6 Euros) http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com/web/index.php?page=infos-pratiques
Note: Museums are free on the first Sunday of every month.
Place Stanislas, Opera (7 - 25 Euros, depends on the seats you choose), Town Hall (Hotel de Ville), Old City, Notre -Dame, Centre Ville, River side: La Peniche, Parc de la Pepiniere
A toy train ride: 9 Euros to take you around for a guided tour in the city. Meeting point: Place Stanislas, beside the Opera.
There are two airports close to Nancy:
1.Paris Roissy Charle de Gaule or Paris (Orly) at a distance of approximately 328 kilometres, i.e. 1h30 minutes away in train and 5 hours approximately by road.
2. Strasbourg at a distance of 158 km that takes approxiamtely 40 minutes in train and 1h30 minutes by road.
The city is well connected by a network of SNCF (intercity) trains. The major station being Gare Nancy that is well connected to several cities in France including Strasbourg, Metz and Paris.
To get around in Nancy, most of the places are at a walkable distance. However, trams and buses are the most commonly preferred and used transport.
Bues: A ride cost you around 1Euro30
Trams: A ride cost you around 1Euro30 as well.
You can also print tickets/passes at the tram or bus stations. Tram and bus pass is the same. You may use the same ticket/pass for either. They have machines at every tram/bus stop that are extremely easy to use. You have options to chose from a daily 24 h pass to a weekly pass or even a pass depending on the number of trips i.e. 5, or 10 or 15. I usually don't travel to my work place since I stay in the vicinity, so I prefer printing a 10 journeys ticket that allows me to travel at a very reasonable rate.
Bicycle: Bicycle stands , 'VeloStan', are located at several points in Nancy. The prices vary from 2 Euros to 50 Euros depending on the time you wish to hire the bicycle for. They are very practical and easy to ride in the city since it's equipped with cycle paths.
So to wind up this post, I would like to extend my heart felt gratitude to Jean-Luc and his wife Marie-Noelle, for their unconditional support throughout my stay in Nancy. While I end my excursion of the city here, I shall be soon heading for Côte d’Azur i.e. the French Riviera next week. I have a fairly exhaustive itinerary panned out, so incase you will be interested, I invite you to sail along! Should you have any questions on the city or have any suggestions or comments on this post, please feel free to share the same. See you soon!