Metz, where art goes with history Metz is a North-eastern city of France, in the Lorraine region. Birthplace of the Caroligian’s dynasty, Metz has a 3.000 years story and kept a part of this great cultural heritage. It is a more than 120 000 inhabitants city.
|From Culmont Chalindre||02:08||HK$184|
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Getting around From Metz, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
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Metz, where art goes with history
Metz is a North-eastern city of France, in the Lorraine region. Birthplace of the Caroligian’s dynasty, Metz has a 3.000 years story and kept a part of this great cultural heritage. It is a more than 120 000 inhabitants city.
Metz has the "Ville d’art et d’histoire" label (City of Art and History),so you will have a lot to see during your trip. You can book a tour at the Tourism Office to visit the city walking with a guide or an audio-guide, or explore it by mini-train or boat. Go to the museum "Metz métrople La cour d’or" where you will see the gallo roman, medieval and Fine arts collections. Do not miss the Centre Pompidou-Metz, and wow in front of its contemporary architecture. Of course, visit the huge and impressive gothic St Etienne cathedral, housing the largest stained glass windows collection of Europe (about 6.500 m²).
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Metz can be found.
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- "Metz Ville - Paris Est" Joan l. 13/01/2014
I'm not sure why the fare was so expensive. It costs almost the same amount as traveling from Paris to Frankfurt. Although Wifi is is indicated, the service was not operational on our trip. The journey itself was comfortable.
- "rerouting" Rami v. 02/01/2014
At the CDG airport I changed the route from CDG to Lorraine, a good decision though the extra price was quite too high.
- "TGV ***** small limitations" André b. 16/08/2013
timeliness: fantastic, parted and arrived on schedule minute comfort: 1 class seats train noise: not perceptible but noisy family next to us (regroup differently?) GSM's are a curse toilet was inundated
- "paris metz" Corinne s. 11/08/2013
everything ok just one suggestion for improvement...to be able to selct an option for the seat. I have trouble travelling on the opposite way of the road. I would love to be able to fslect a seat which faces the road thanks
- "Enjoyable trip" Graeme r. 03/06/2013
We drove from Nancy to Metz to catch this train. There were many road works around the city which made it difficult to find the station car rental return point. Anyway we got there finally. We had purchased 'print at station' tickets. I tried to retrieve them using a machine but it didn't work. I went to the only counter that was open and he was able to print them out for me. We boarded the train, a group were sitting in our seats but were happy to move for us. ( we had pre-allocated first class seats around a table). The train journey was very comfortable and enjoyable. Nobody came to check our tickets. We couldn't get any wifi which was disappointing.