The Vosges are located in the northeastern part of France. Its capital is Epinal and has over 34,000 inhabitants.
Third most forested department of the Hexagon, the Vosges benefit from a remarkable natural environment: world renowned hotsprings, waterfalls, lakes, mountains, flora, rivers and magnificent forests.
You can make a stroll around the lake of Gerardmer and enjoy an afternoon to go and relax in the thermal baths of Vittel, Contrexéville, or Bains-les-Bains.
If you like archeology, you will be delighted to discover the Archaeological Museum of Liffol-le-Grand: it has a large collection coming from the archaeological excavations in the region. Traces of prehistoric times dating from the Paleolithic ages.
Another specialty of the Vosges is the violin making. To discover it, you can visit the House of violin, it is a museum that retrace the whole history of this art.
Have a good trip!