Metz is one of the famous city in France popular with tourists from all over the world.
Strolling around the Église St-Pierre-aux-Nonnains may be the best kick-off to start your journey in Metz.
Make a deal with some sellers in Marché Couvert may giving you more than shopping experience since this market is one of the oldest historic markets in France.
The majestic charm of Metz Cathedral should not be miss from your camera angle when you want to take some memorable snaps.
Statue of St. Louis which located in the centre of the city is such a mark that the heart of the city is right here.
Strolling around the Église St-Pierre-aux-Nonnains may be the best kick-off to start your journey in Metz. This church is one of the oldest churches on the continent which originally built in 380 AD as a part of the Roman spa complex. But nowadays, it becomes an antique simple stone church with airy sanctuary and gardens.
Statue of St. Louis which located in the center of the city is such a mark that the heart of the city is right here. The statue which builds in 1707 is surrounded by historic and antique building and become the crowded area in the city and always packed with locals and tourists. There are a lot of restaurants, cafes and bars in this area so you do not worry if you feel like you have nothing to do you may head to this area to find pleasure.
Make a deal with some sellers in Marché Couvert may giving you more than shopping experience since this market is one of the oldest historic markets in France. This market is home to traditional local food producers and retailers. In this market, you can easily find local food that you may not find in another city such as quiche, potée, and Lorrain pâté.
A historic market with permanent stalls and shops in a large covered structure in the historical centre of Metz.
All kinds of local cheese, meat, and delicacy available here.
They also offer fresh veggies and meat/fish in Metz on a daily basis.
You can also eat traditional dishes with cheaper prices than in the restaurants around.
Address : 15 Rue d'Estrées, 57000 Metz, France
Quiche is something that you can not miss from your taste buds when in Metz. It is a French tart which has pastry crust filled with custard and pieces of cheese, meat, seafood or vegetables. The most famous is quiche Lorraine which has lardons or bacon as a topping.
The culture of the city is the result of the mixed-culture from a lot of cultures by its history. It makes the vibes of the city is very vibrant and have a rich cultural life.
The best time to visit Metz is from mid-May to mid-September, to enjoy the warmest and sunniest ambience of the city.
Best Western Plus giving you a luxury stay experience when in the downtown of Metz. The modern yet simple room decor will make you more than feeling relax but also comfortable to spend some more nights in the hotel. But when you prefer to stay in the boutique hotel to get more cultural and historical experience, you may book a room at Hôtel La Citadelle. The hotel is a former military building which builds in 1559 to preserve Metz Square.
Mainly serve French cuisine, Le Petit Frontalier is the right place to go when you want to experience the real taste of the city like a local. The dining room has clean-cut decor which has deer ornament hanging on the wall. On the other hand, L'imaginarium offers fine dining along with the masterpieces of Stefan Beiu. The taste of the dish is on another level because it is the combination of freshness and originality.
La Migaine is the right place to go if you craving for something sweet for your breakfast. The foamy café au lait will brighten up your day along with some pastries or a glass of healthy fresh fruit juice. You also need to try some old fashioned homemade bagels in Bagelstein. The cafe is relatively small but cosy enough to have a peaceful breakfast.
Excellent tea room located in Place Saint-Louis, in the city center.
They offer very good savory pies and delicious tea, quick and pleasant service.
Everything is good and homemade sweet as well as salty.
The setting is nice, the service is nice and the prices very correct.
Address : 1 Place Saint-Louis, 57000 Metz, France
Spend your nightlife in Mojito Bar with a glass of its famous mojito or cocktail. You can choose whether to get down on the floor along with the live music from the DJ or having a relaxing night in its terrace. But when you want to spend your night away in a bar which always packed with locals, you may head to Les Arrangés du Bocal. More than 130 different kinds of cocktails are ready to welcome you to take a seat inside the bar or at the terrace.
As the largest temporary exhibition space outside Paris, Centre Pompidou-Metz always worth to visit when in Metz. The great architecture of the building especially its roof, make this museum stand out compared with another museum. The museum holds modern artworks around the 20th and 21st century. On the other hand, the oldest opera house working in France and one of the oldest in Europe, Opéra-Théâtre de Metz is also a place that you can not miss to visit. The opera theatre still in used until today and hold annually around sixty performances, including plays, choreographies, and lyric poetry.
Brilliant modern art gallery, very friendly staff and fascinating exhibitions.
The design of the building is amazing.
It's free for students too which is always a bonus.
the museum is worth a visit for the building itself, with its impressive architecture.
Address : 1 Parvis des Droits de l'Homme, 57020 Metz, France
The majestic charm of Metz Cathedral should not be miss from your camera angle when you want to take some memorable snaps. This historic Roman Catholic cathedral was build from the 13th to 16th century and still displaying the largest expanse of stained glass in the world until today. "Lost in pilar Labyrinth" may be the best concept of the photo that you can take in Musée La Cour d’Or. This museum is a home for artefacts from Roman to Renaissance times and also modern artworks from the 16th to 20th century.