Dalstein tourism and travel guide
Visit Dalstein: highlights and tourist informationTo Visit Attractions
Dalstein is situated in the Moselle department and Lorraine region (now part of the Grand-Est region), in the north-east of France at 27 kilometres from Metz, the department capital (general information: Dalstein is 300 kilometres from Paris).
Dalstein, France: places to visit and attractions
Some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to Dalstein in Grand-Est.
Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!
Map of places to visit near Dalstein
Markets in and near Dalstein
- Bouzonville: market Tuesday (9km)
- Yutz: market Friday (17km)
- Uckange: market Friday (18km)
- Hagondange: market Friday (19km)
- Thionville: market Saturday (19km)
- Fameck: market Saturday (22km)
- Rombas: market Thursday (23km)
- Creutzwald: market Thursday (23km)
- Clouange: market Tuesday & Friday (24km)
- Woippy: market Friday (26km)
More information about Dalstein, Lorraine
Tourist attractions near Dalstein, France
Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Dalstein.
- Parc du château de Pange (25km)
Protected historical centre (fr: secteur sauvegardé)
(see also historical French towns)
- Metz (26km)
Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)
- Rombas (23km)
Zoo and/or wildlife park
- Parc zoologique d'Amnéville (21km)
Geography and distances
New region: Grand-Est
Distance to Dalstein
from Metz (prefecture): 27 km
from Paris: 300 km
from Calais: 372 km
from Nice: 627 km
from Bordeaux: 725 km
from Strasbourg: 127 km
For driving distances to Dalstein from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.
We have 14 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Aboncourt, Anzeling, Bibiche, Budling, Chemery-les-Deux, Ebersviller, Hestroff, Hombourg-Budange, Kedange-sur-Canner, Kemplich, Klang, Menskirch, Monneren and Veckring.
This page in French: Visiter Dalstein