Bonsai Escale Metz

La Grange aux Bois - Route d'Ars Laquenexy, Metz, Lorraine, 57 070, France

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Chapelle des Templiers, Metz, France 2009Chapelle des Templiers, Metz, France 2009

Some of the fountainsSome of the fountains

Look up....Look up....

Metz, on the Moselle RiverMetz, on the Moselle River

Forum Posts

Train Timetables

by DennisGreene

Hi ,
I will be visiting Metz in August but I will be coming in via Luxembourg. Can anyone point me in the direction of Luxembourg-Metz train timetables. I have been unable to find them so far. Many thanks in advance!!

regards
Dennis

RE: Train Timetables

by cadzand

Hi Dennis,

Maybe this helps

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/dynamic/_SvHomePage;WebGLSession=CO37zaXrqdqjG3PmHSVTJfHOtAuJwIJ8VrF4ZEcr1oKPS8mHPj1Z!854451289!170395444!7253!-1?_TMS=1120810811219&_DLG=SvHomePage&_LANG=FR&_AGENCY=VSC

or simply www.sncf.com and clic in the left upper corner on www.voyages-sncf.com

have a nice trîp

Re: Train Timetables

by merovino

Hi,

if you go from Luxembourg:

www.cfl.lu/CFLInternet/Espaces/01EspaceVoyageurs

All the best

Travel Tips for Metz

History I

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

An important Gallo-Roman city, the capital of the kingdom of Austrasia, the cradle of the Carolingian kings, the capital of the province of the Three Bishoprics, opulent medieval city ... Metz accumulated through centuries a priceless historical and cultural inheritance. Defending Metz has always been a major concern : the Romans, the Republic of Metz, the French Monarchy and the German Empire in turn have fortified the city ...

Quetsche eau-de-vie

by Pierre_Rouss

The region of Moselle is renowned for the Moselle wine. Very tasty, different than some of the well known 'brands' (cépages).
They also have a terrific quetsche eau-de-vie (prunes) brewed in the area.
Try it, you will love it.

Under the bridge...

by Aurorae

This street is under the Roches bridge, I think it's actally Rue de Roches. I fund it extremely charming and I was captivated! It's on the right side of the bridge if you're going to the direction of the island and Opera Theatre. There is a cafe and lanterns on the buildings...

Fete de la Mirabelle

by Metreya

Lorraine and Metz are area of production of the "Golden Fruit", Mirabelle, a yellow plum. With it you can make cakes, jam, alchool……… but the more interesting there is the Fete which celebrate it. At the end of August, each year, at the time of harvest, one week is dedicaded to the Mirabelle. Many manifestations, parties and at the end, the election of the Queen, la Reine de la Mirabelle and her two "dauphines". The Queen MUST be blonde !! like the fruit and she parade in the streets of the city, on her throne :-) At evening, a big bal take place on the main place, place d'Armes, for all the people of Metz.

Shopping and Walking

by NateWill22

All around the cathedral are many pedestrian-only streets full of shops and cafes. There's also a nice square in this area too. It was just fun to walk around and experience true French culture (which is notably different when compared with German).

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