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A shopping destination
 
 

A shopping destination

Metz, a city of meetings and exchanges, has been a trading centre since time immemorial. Trendy boutiques and local craftspeople, collector's objects and decorative items, lingerie and leather goods - you'll find all this and more in the city's many neighbourhoods!

Rue Serpenoise and Rue des Clercs, essential destinations

Rue Serpenoise
Place de la République

Rue Serpenoise and Rue des Clercs are a shopper's delight and the bustling pedestrian precinct has most of the big French and international chain stores (Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, FNAC…) as well as many boutiques selling a wide variety of goods (including Emaux de Longwy, Mont Blanc, Hermès…).


Rue des Jardins, Outre-Seille and Rue Taison… the place for design, arts and crafts

Rue Taison

Rue des Jardins, close to the Cathedral, is home to many designer boutiques and fashionable shops. Another nice place for a walk is the historic quarter of Outre-Seille which has many craftspeople, most of whom are antique dealers, as well as shops that stay open late, often with a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. Rue Taison is very picturesque, and the shops are often very original. The shop windows are full of creativity, making you want to discover what lies within.

Rue Taison

Don't forget the little side streets alongside the main streets, which often have nice shops and cafes tucked away.


The Imperial and Amphitheatre Quarter, a new shopping city around the station

Christmas Market

The City is striving to make the Amphitheatre Quarter behind the railway station, where the Centre Pompidou-Metz was built, into a great public space with a number of new stores set to open there. A covered market by Nicolas Michelin and the “Muse” Shopping Centre are currently under construction.
The Imperial Quarter also has a number of thriving shops that are well worth a look.
From late November to late December, the Christmas Market, all over the city, will offer all kinds of ideas to help you make the most of the holiday season.
 

Marché de Noêl
As shopping is very much a matter of personal taste, you'll most probably want to plan your own itinerary, to suit your preferences, schedule and of course your budget!

Shopping information for Metz :

Fédération des Commerçants & Office du Commerce et des Services
3 avenue Robert Schuman, 57000 METZ
Tél : +33 (0)3 87 75 39 35 - Fax : +33 (0)3 87 75 00 94
Web : www.shoppingmetz.com
 

How do I get to Metz?

Comment venir à Metz ?

Contact

Agence Inspire Metz - Office de Tourisme de Metz
2, Place d'Armes - CS 80367
F-57007 Metz Cedex 1
FRANCE
+33 (0)3 87 39 00 00
+33 (0)3 87 36 59 43
tourisme@inspire-metz.com

Open to the public

April to September and during the Christmas markets:
Mon. to Sat. from 9 am to 7 pm
Sun. and bank holidays from 10 am to 4 pm

October to March:
Mon. to Sat. from 10 am to 6 pm
Sun. and bank holidays from 11 am to 3 pm

Closed on Dec. 25th and Jan. 1st
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