Temple Neuf and Saint-Etienne Cathedral © Studio Hussenot

Discover Metz Eurometropole with one of its inhabitants

The Metz Eurometropolis and Metz, a two-thousand-year-old city rich in heritage and history, 1 hour 20 minutes by TGV from Paris, 50 minutes from Luxembourg and 1 hour from Germany, is an active and creative European destination
In particular, from these distant origins, the inhabitants have preserved an unparalleled culture and know-how.
The greeters, volunteer residents, are committed to sharing their passion for this unique territory with you. Many themes are pretexts for their walks: the atmosphere of the city, the natural spaces, the mirabelle plum, the wines of Moselle, the winegrowing villages and many others … Come meet them, share their passion for hospitality.

Body of water and Mont Saint-Quentin

Body of water and Mont Saint-Quentin ©SUTTEREVENT

Saint-Etienne Cathedral, Metz

Cathedral of St. Stephen of Metz @Philippe Gisselbrecht-City of Metz

Bike ride in Metz Métropole

Bike ride in Metz Métropole ©Studio-Hussenot

Metz: where is it, what is it?

Metz is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France. Prefecture of department, it is part, since January 1, 2016, of the administrative region Grand Est.

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How to go for a walk with a Metz Greeter?

Register your request and we will make you a proposal for a Greet.

Our proposal will depend on your choices and the information you give us on the registration form.

a possible choice of places, Greet or Greet theme
The date(s) and period(s) of the day that suit you
The spoken language used during the Greet
Your centers of interest, your wishes for a Greet, your comments

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