Eurométropole Metz is a major shoping area in the heart of the cross-border Grande Region.
The city is very easily accessible, and close to three borders (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg)

The main shopping areas in Eurométropole Metz

Strong in 360,000 m2 of commercial areas, Eurométropole Metz is the ideal destination to go shopping. With its large pedestrianised area, the safe historic centre of Metz has big brand names (national and international, including two department stores) and independent businesses (concept stores, vintage boutiques). Large shopping centres and commercial areas complete the shopping offer in the city, such as Muse, Boulevard de Trèves and Metzanine in Metz, Marly Bellefontaine in Marly and the Actisud (Waves) shoping centre on Zac d’Augny.


Metz city centre

Metz city centre is dynamic, with a diverse shopping offer including independent boutiques, luxury brands, ready-to-wear brands as well as big brand names.

To shop in Metz city centre is also to discover its cultural treasures, its historic heritage, the banks of the Moselle and green spaces which accompany the large shopping streets (Rue Serpenoise and Rue des Clercs), the small streets in the heart of the city (En Chaplerue, Rue Marguerite Puhl-Demange, Rue du Palais, En Bonne Ruelle...) and the unusual narrow streets in the safe pedestrianised centre (Rue Taison, Rue des Jardins...).

Also discover the charm of Place Saint-Jacques, Place de Chambre and Place Saint-Louis to complete your shopping, pleasure and relaxation experiences.

Key figures : 

  • 550 businesses 
  • 10,000 parking places 
Philippe Gisselbrecht – Ville de Metz ; Studio Hussenot

Muse shopping centre / City centre

Muse shopping centre can be found in the heart of the Amphitheatre district, totem district of the Art & Tech metropolis, in the extension of Metz city centre.

It has a direct connection to the TGV train station, and is a place open to the best in fashion, design and dining. 2/3 brands are new in Metz.

Muse is also surrounded by an artwork trail which links to the Centre Pompidou-Metz, several metres away from the shopping centre entrance. 

Key figures : 

  • 115 businesses including 78 shops and 21 restaurants
  • 9 pop-up stores 
  • 750 parking places 

Discover the businesses in Muse shopping centre

Agence Inspire Metz ; Philippe Gisselbrecht – Ville de Metz

Boulevard de Trèves

Located at the entrance to Metz city centre, Boulevard de Trèves is a different urban concept. Originating from the re-characterization of former military barracks, now it’s one of many shopping districts in Eurométropole Metz.

Here you’ll find convenience stores and specialised stores (sportswear, mid-range furniture...) as well as restaurants and leisure and fitness activities.

Discover the businesses on Boulevard de Trèves

Crédit photo : Manulor

Sébastopol Metzanine shopping area

More than 60,000 m2 of retail areas around a superstore and a DIY shop.

These large retail spaces are completed with shops and restaurants, with many parking spaces.

A protected walk links the medium-sized areas, restaurants and shops for a shopping experience in complete peace and quiet.

Discover the businesses in Metzanine shopping centre

Agence Inspire Metz

Waves Actisud shopping centre

Ideally located at 5 km from Metz city centre, this shopping area has a very diverse shopping offer.

Waves Actisud is the 2nd largest French retail area in terms of surface area, and it is the largest retail area in the region.

You can find everything that you need: 

  • Fashion 
  • Shoes
  • Jewellery
  • Beauty
  • Sport
  • Household
  • Glasses
  • Restaurants (world restaurants, gourmet moments, quick bites to eat)
  • Furniture
  • Technology / multimedia...

Waves shopping centre welcomes 5 million visitors a year, as well as 44 chain stores and 9 restaurants.

Key figures : 

  • 207,000 m2 of retail areas
  • 257 businesses including 152 national chains 

Discover the businesses in Waves shopping centre

La Compagnie de Phalsbourg et les Arches Métropole ; Projet etixia / Pierre Coppe Architecture / perspectives Romain Truffaut