B&B Hotels in Metz
Where to book in Metz?
History and urbanism
Metz was annexed several times as it developed, with the various influences visible in the city’s appearance. Each period had its own style: Roman, Gothic and Renaissance under the Germanic Holy Roman Empire; Baroque, Classical and Rococo during the Ancien Régime; a touch of Art Nouveau and Neo-Baroque in the days of the German Empire, and the mark of Modernism that came with the Second Empire and the French Republic. Architecture fans will have plenty to keep them busy.
From the Quartier des îles, with its toes in the Moselle, to the “New Town”, home to the famous Imperial quarter, and not forgetting the Plantières de Queuleu district, the mediaeval parts of the old city and the current city centre, there is no shortage of routes to walk. After a day strolling the length and breadth of Metz, you’ll be grateful for a comfortable bed.
Whether you’re in Metz for a family weekend or business tourism, there is always something to see and do. Craving art and culture? Take in an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou-Metz or L’Arsenal, both dedicated to art, dance and music. If you’re a fan of archaeology, go and explore the Roman remains and whatever you do, don’t miss the Cour d’Or Museums, created in 1839. Are you keen on history ? The city is like a living history book.
Your stay in Metz will undoubtedly coincide with one of the many events that take place here all year round. There’s film with the cross-border short-film festival, Les Petits Claps, literature with the Eté du Livre fair, sport is covered by the Open de Moselle, not to mention the Montgolfiades Hot Air Balloon festival or the Macellum, a major festival dedicated to farming organised by the Confrérie des Cochonneurs de la Seille. No chance of getting bored !
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