Panoramic tour of Metz
Important Gallo-Romain town, capital of the Merovingian Kingdom of Austrasia, birthplace of the Carolingian kings, capital of the Three Bishoprics Province, affluent medieval town, Metz offers an exceptional wealth of architecture and monuments: from St Etienne's Cathedral to the district of the old Citadel, from the Imperial Quarter to the district of the Amphitheatre.
The tour includes a visit of St Etienne's Cathedral. With your bus, it continues to the Imperial Quarter and to the parvis of the Centre Pompidou-Metz.
St Etienne's Cathedral
Built between 1220 and 1520, St Etienne's Cathedral towers over the city and has magnificent stained glass windows dating from the 13th to the 20th centuries created by renowned artists (including Chagall).
Interesting fact : this is one of the highest naves in France.
the legendary Cathedral: gargoyles, fantasy animals and fabulous monsters recall a past pervaded by mythical beliefs.
1 HR / 11/2 HRS
Masterpiece by the Berlin architect Kröger, the Neo-Roman style station was built between 1905 and 1908. By the wealth of its décor (statues, bas-reliefs, capitals and stained-glass windows), it symbolised the mighty power of the German empire.
Around it there is the New Town, an outstanding urban area, with a great diversity of artistic and architectural influences, in the characteristic and contrasted style of the turn of the last century.
Just next to it is the ambitious Amphitheatre district project, whose centre-piece is the amazing Centre Pompidou-Metz.
11/2 HRS or 2 HRS
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