Porte Des Allemands, Metz

Porte Des Allemands, Metz - Address

Address: Rue des Allemands, Metz, France

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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About Porte Des Allemands, Metz

To the east of the city are the fortified city gates called The Doors of The Germans. It was used as a bridge from the 13th century to the 20th century. One of the greatest examples of medieval military architecture, these city gates make you wonder about the troubled times they were built in. The building is imposing and the bridge over the Seilleis an architectural wonder. Highlights include:

  • The 2 towers that are relatively new
  • The esplanade walk
  • The inner and the outer gate
  • The bridge
  • The river view

Porte Des Allemands Information

  • Prepare to walk 10 minutes from the cathedral.
  • Carry an information leaflet, in case of absence of tour guides.

How To reach Porte Des Allemands by Public Transport

  • Bus no.: 13, 108, 12, 109, 1@Mazelle
  • Bus no.: 13, 108, 12, 109, 1@Tanneurs

Restaurants Near Porte Des Allemands

  • L Escale
  • Steinhoff Sandwichs
  • Maestro Pizza METZ

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Porte Des Allemands, Metz Reviews - Write a Review

  • Cool structure and worth a visit if you are in Metz, sometimes you can go inside but nothing special thee really, just as easily enjoyed from the outside and while you are there you can take some time and walk by the river there. It's a nice walk.

  • Fortified and practical for back then in the Middle Age...

  • Really nice building, there was an electronic party or something over there that wasn't nice tho

  • Really nice building, free entry to most of it, too.

  • Beautiful site of european hystory.

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