Top 10 Things to do in Metz, Grand Est
French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
1. Metz Cathedral
4.5 based on 2544 reviews
One of the tallest cathedrals in France, the 12th-century building is also known for its extensive use of stained-glass windows.
Reviewed By LoukdeW - Villars-sur-Ollon, SwitzerlandVillars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland
Not exactly an admirer of churches the cathedral in Metz is stunningly beautiful. Very beautiful leaded windows. Beautiful very very high gothic cathedral, with modest ornaments in the interior. Richly decorated on the outside. You wonder how this cathedr
2. Fort de Queuleu
4.5 based on 372 reviews
Reviewed By MilesCF - Toulouse, FranceToulouse, France
Excellent guided tour.
Marc and his team of volunteers give free Sunday afternoon guided tours of this fortress turned Nazi detention and interrogation camp in World War II. They're also renovating the buildings and taming the parkland grounds. The tour - in French - was instru
3. Gare de Metz-Ville
4.5 based on 875 reviews
Reviewed By soinic - Lux.Lux.
Price winning railwaystation :)
You can admire the most beautiful railwaystation of France here in Metz.The architecture is very interesting and reserves many nice details. From the outside as well as from the inside.It is an active and busy railwaystation, but it looks clean and isn't
4. La Cour d'Or
4.5 based on 276 reviews
Collection of museums that reflect the wealth of art and history through the ages.
Reviewed By Manuela L - Luxembourg City, LuxembourgLuxembourg City, Luxembourg
La Cour d'Or / Metz
Near the nice cathedral , you will find this prehistoric and roman period museum, Gallo-Roman, the most important in the nord-est of France; Metz has 3000 years of history, prehistoric period, site primitif, than the roman period, and the middle age; It's
5. Centre Pompidou-Metz
4 based on 1438 reviews
Brand-new museum of modern art opened on May 12, 2010
Reviewed By soinic - Lux.Lux.
Give art a chance :)
Situated in walking distance from the railwaystation, the building itself is very special and gives good possibilities for picture taking.When coming by train from Luxembourg, you should take advantage of the "combi-ticket" to be bought for a total 25 Eur
6. Le Temple Neuf
4.5 based on 325 reviews
Reviewed By patje747 - Brussels, BelgiumBrussels, Belgium
put it on your walking route.
Not much to see except of course the building and its beautiful decorations.It is nice if you like to walk to take this in your route because the church is on an island and it is nice to walk around. We were there on Easter 2018 and it was very quiet walk
7. Porte des Allemands
4 based on 291 reviews
Reviewed By TravellingPassion78 - Bern, SwitzerlandBern, Switzerland
Start you Day here
The Porte des Allemands is a beautiful historical site, best visited in the morning at sunrise. Unfortunately, you cannot go inside the buildings.You can either continue along the Seille, a very nice walk which can take you all around Metz to the botanica
8. Place Saint-Louis
4 based on 318 reviews
Main city square that is characterized by medieval storefronts around its perimeter.
Reviewed By Stueeee - Newport, United KingdomNewport, United Kingdom
essential on a visit to Metz
I loved the architecture especially the arched colonnades with their little shops, bars, cafes and restaurants within.The cobbled trapezoid 'square' evocative of the middle ages and surely witness to many a market, fayre or perhaps historic civil uprising
9. Marche Couvert
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Reviewed By Trainbleu - Brussels, BelgiumBrussels, Belgium
The covered market (‘marché couvert’ in French) of Metz came as a total surprise. We were expecting a Baltard-style glass and ironwork construction or some kind of modern market hall but found a gorgeous U-shaped Neoclassical complex in yellow limestone t
10. Eglise Saint-Maximin
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Reviewed By WC-Travelers-75 - West Chester, PAWest Chester, PA
Hoping to See..Check Schedules
This site was on the Michelin walking tour and was promising based on the Jean Cocteau stained glass windows described in the guide.We visited late afternoon on a Sunday hoping to avoid worship services. Unfortunately, their was a concert rehearsal for a