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Intrigued to discover a unique blend of history and culture? Then the city of Metz and Premiere Classe Hotels are for you!

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Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE METZ EST - Technopole
Low cost hotel in Metz - 5 km from downtown

Hotel Première Classe Metz Est - Technopoles at Your service Our hotel is located in the Grange-aux-bois district (with its p (...) see hotel description

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Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE METZ SUD - Jouy-Aux-Arches
Low cost hotel in Metz - 8 km from downtown

Welcome to Hotel Première Classe Metz Sud - Jouy-aux-Arches Hotel Première Classe de Metz Sud - Jouy-aux-Arches is a 1-star e (...) see hotel description

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Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE METZ NORD - Sémécourt
Low cost hotel in Metz - 8 km from downtown

Everything You Need to Know About Hotel Première Classe Metz Nord - Sémécourt 1-Star Located at the junction between highways (...) see hotel description

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Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE METZ NORD - Talange
Low cost hotel in Metz - 14 km from downtown

Welcome to Hotel Première Classe Metz Nord - Talange Between Thionville and Metz, Hotel Première Classe Metz Nord - Talange i (...) see hotel description

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Hotel KYRIAD METZ CENTRE
Low cost hotel in Metz - 1 km from downtown

Hotel Metz Centre Welcomes You Our Kyriad Metz Center hotel and restaurant is open 24 hours a day. We are located in a quiet, (...) See hotel description

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Hotel KYRIAD Design ENZO METZ SUD - Augny
Low cost hotel in Metz - 7 km from downtown

Discover Hotel Kyriad Design Enzo de Metz Sud - Augny Our 3-star Hotel Kyriad Design Enzo Metz Sud - Augny opened in March 20 (...) See hotel description

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Hotel CAMPANILE METZ EST - Technopole
Low cost hotel in Metz - 3 km from downtown

Metz is a city with a rich history, steeped in Romance culture but also influenced strongly by Germanic culture over the past 3000 (...) See hotel description

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Hotel CAMPANILE METZ NORD
Low cost hotel in Metz - 3 km from downtown

Immerse yourself in the luxurious, homely atmosphere of the brand new Campanile Metz Nord hotel, just a stone’s throw from the cit (...) See hotel description

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Hotel CAMPANILE METZ NORD - Woippy
Low cost hotel in Metz - 3 km from downtown

The Campanile Hotel Restaurant Metz - Woippy is a 3-star hotel with 87 rooms located to the north of Metz, close to the three bord (...) See hotel description

Metz lies in the northeast of France, located at the confluence of the Moselle and the Seille rivers. It is also the capital of the region of Lorraine. Located near the tri-point along the junction of France, Germany and Luxembourg, Metz forms a central place of the European Greater Region and the SaarLorLux euro region. Due to its location and history it has been strongly influenced by German culture giving it a uniqueness not shared by other French cities.

3,000 years of history has given the city of Metz its unique character unmatched in France. Already inhabited by the end of the Bronze Age in 1,000 BC, the city would become one of the principal towns of Gaul and then the Roman Empire. It was declared capital of the Merovingians of Austrasia in the 6th century, becoming very well known in the Christian world, before being integrated into the Germanic Holy Roman Empire in the 10th century. Despite being recognised as part of France in 1648 it did not return to France until 1918 after WW1. However it did become part of Germany again during WWII, from 1940 to 1944.

A two-day trip
Two days is just enough time to get to know Metz. Premiere Classe Metz Est – Parc des Expositions Hotel and Premiere Classe Metz Sud–Joy-Aux-Arches Hotel are just a short taxi ride from the city centre. You’ll be amazed by the Cathedral Saint Etienne de Metz having both the highest nave and the greatest surface area of glass stained windows in France. Next head to Quartier de la Gare where you’ll see neo-Romanesque and neo-Renaissance buildings built with the intention of Germanising the city after its post-1871 status as an integral part of the Second Reich. Spend day two checking out the Esplanade – gardens bordered by the late 18th century Palais de Justice and the Arsenal Cultural Center. The neoclassical square of Place de la Comedie, home to France’s oldest theatre, is worth a visit too!

A one-week break
A week is the perfect amount of time to fully explore Metz and its surroundings. The city has a whole host of museums that are all worth a visit, with the Centre Pompidou-Metz museum of modern and contemporary arts and the Golden Courtyard, chronicling the city’s history, the highlights. The region of Lorraine is also home to another major city, Nancy, so if the weather is nice why not rent a bike and head south along the river. Paths are well-marked and mostly flat and there is exciting scenery along the way.

A family holiday
The city of Metz is a great place to take the whole family! The Covered Market sells a range of meats, cheeses and other regional specialities. The city has a rugby union team in RC Metz and a football team in FC Metz who both play regular home games that are always exciting. While any rock music lovers should head to the Music Box for a live concert!

Transport
The Luxembourg International Airport is the nearest international airport to Metz with the Metrolor train connecting the two. While the Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport, serving the region of Lorraine, is located in Going, 10.25 miles south-east of Metz. The city’s railway station, Gare de Metz-Ville, is connected to the TGV network, providing direct services to Paris and Luxembourg. Sitting at the intersection of two major road axes, the Eastern Motorway connects the city to Paris and Prague and the A31 heads north to Luxembourg and south to the Mediterranean Sea. Getting around the city is made easy due to the efficient bus system named Mettis. Premiere Classe Metz Nord – Semecourt Hotel is close to the city centre to make your stay even more enjoyable.

Gastronomy
Metz has many local specialties for visitors to get their teeth into. From the more well-known quiche to the ‘potee’ (a stew of pork and vegetables) the city offers plenty of variety. The Lorraine pate, as well as the suckling pig, are local favourites that need to be tried. The city is also home to some delicious pastries, such as the Metz cheese pie and the Metz Balls (a ganache-stuffed biscuit coated with marzipan, caramel and dark chocolate).

Events
Metz
offers a wide range of exciting events throughout the year. The Musique Volantes Festival in November is always a highlight, with concerts, exhibitions and conferences introducing audiences to a world of musical influences. The Montgolfiades of Metz each September is one of the most prestigious hot air balloon events in France attracting 10,000 enthusiasts each year. Other highlights include the International Fair of Metz in September, the Christmas Market in December and the Metz Art Festival in May.

Interesting fact
Metz’ nickname is the ‘Green City’ which it earned for being a basin of urban ecology after its many extensive open grounds and public gardens.

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http://uk.franceguide.com/partners/OT-de-Metz.html?NodeID=2060&CpyEditoI...
http://tourisme.metz.fr/en/index.php