What to do over a weekend in Metz?
What to do in seven days in Metz?
Ideas for enjoying Metz with your family
During a short stay in a Première Classe hotel in Metz, see all the top sights of this green city with its unique architecture. In the old town there’s Metz Cathedral, one of the largest Gothic buildings in Europe. From there, head up the narrow cobbled streets of the Sainte-Croix hill to the Musée de la Cour d'Or. You’ll find some incredible archaeological collections there, dating all the way back to Gallo-Roman times. The next day, enjoy a breath of fresh air in the city’s green spaces (the Esplanade garden, Parc de la Seille or botanical garden) and along the banks of the Moselle (with a tour of the city walls).
Staying in Metz for a whole week? Take some time out to admire its architectural heritage and enjoy a taste of the good life. After checking out ancient buildings such as Metz Opera, the Chapelle des Templiers and the Basilica of Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains, head to the Centre Pompidou-Metz. This masterclass in modern architecture is dedicated to contemporary art in all its forms, with three exhibition galleries and a range of events throughout the year. Got a craving for the great outdoors? Moselle and its riverbanks are a hot spot for all sorts of fun activities over the summer months. Whether your stay in Moselle is for business or pleasure, there’s a Première Classe hotel for you in Metz.
The delightful city of Metz is the perfect pit stop for a family stay in Grand Est. There’s plenty of natural spaces to explore while relaxing out in the fresh air. A day out at Walygator Parc is a must, where you’ll find 60 different rides nestled into the park’s lush green surroundings. If it’s nature and wildlife you’re after, the surrounding area is packed with spots that the kids will love: the Parc du Pas du Loup, the Fond Saint-Martin leisure park and the Pégase learning farm. Every night, a good night’s sleep awaits you in the Metz Première Classe hotels.