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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.

About France

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).

Train station(s)

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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    Holidays  |
    "Punctual. Comfortable. Cheap. "

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    Eurocites 2110 |
    "The train was on schedule and we arrived on time. "

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    Train travel Geneve a Zuerich |
    "The train journey was smooth and uneventful; it passed through some very beautiful countryside and charming villages on the edge of Lake Geneva. The biggest problem was finding the entrance to the railway station in Geneva, which is not well marked, and I had to ask several people for directions. "

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    TGV is not as nice as Thalys |
    "TGVs are nice when you don't get aisle seats. Aisle seats are uncomfortable as there is nothing to look at and you will inevitably fall asleep (most likely on the person next to you) if you don't have something to keep you occupied! They are also expensive and do not offer any complimentary wifi. "

  • musty air |
    "The rail service was on time and we had room to store our 40 kg of luggage. My only complaint would be that the carriage air was musty smelling. This may have been the result of inefficient air conditioning but was only a minor issue. "

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    Cool and wifi |
    "Comfortable trip marred by poor air conditioning and lack of wifi. "

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    City to City France |
    "The train was punctual, it was a quick pleasant travel. Easy to find where my seat was. I had no issues. "

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    Quick trip across France |
    "Not as smooth or as fast as some other TGV lines, but still a relaxing, very fast train, friendly staff, and of course, right on time! "

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    Metz to Paris |
    "Overall very good, could have done with more leg room. "

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    France Train to Reims |
    "The train was comfortable and clean. It was a convenient way to travel. "