That little extra
From Roman times to the present day, centuries are engraved in the golden colour of the stone of Jaumont used in many monuments and reflecting the city's past.
The ancient Baths of the Museum “La Cour-d'Or” and the amazing St Etienne’s Cathedral and its stained glass windows are monuments to see.
Around Guillaume II railway station, stroll along the elegant squares and mansions of the 18th century.
Metz is now at only 1 hour and 20 minutes from Paris by TGV and visitors show great interest in the decentralized “Centre Pompidou” modern art Museum.
At the core of an urban area of nearly 600,000 inhabitants, the city promotes and supports the development of Information Technology and Communications through the Technopôle Metz.
What you don’t want to miss in Metz:
• The Centre Pompidou-Metz
It has three exhibition galleries covered with an audacious roof structure recalling a Chinese hat. In its first year of opening the museum has welcomed more than 600,000 visitors.
• The Musée de La Cour d'Or
In the course of your visit, you will discover the city’s rich history and heritage, first in the Gallo-Roman section , then the Middle Ages treasures, and the Fine Arts section.