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Porte des Allemands

Rue des Allemands, Metz, France
+33 800 89 18 91
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A great out of city centre visit

Not far from the train station, this spot is great to visit. Reminisce history and enjoy the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Smart C
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Medieval gate over the R. Seille

Of strategic importance for over 700 years, this gate is a reminder of the fortifications that once... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
MikenMissy
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Grimsby, United Kingdom
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Rue des Allemands, Metz, France
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1 - 10 of 34 reviews

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not far from the train station, this spot is great to visit. Reminisce history and enjoy the architecture and the old way of doing things.

Thank Smart C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Of strategic importance for over 700 years, this gate is a reminder of the fortifications that once surrounded the area. The rooms located within the main gate house a limited number of interests; however the views from the towers are worth the climb up the...More

Thank MikenMissy
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Worth a look if you are in this part of town. There is not a lot to see. There is access to pleasant walking trails along the river and old city walls.

Thank phil461
Reviewed 9 April 2017

The Porte des Allemands is a beautiful historical site, best visited in the morning at sunrise. Unfortunately, you cannot go inside the buildings. You can either continue along the Seille, a very nice walk which can take you all around Metz to the botanical garden....More

Thank TravellingPassion78
Reviewed 7 February 2017

An unexpected glimpse of a teutonic gatehouse from a bygone age on a busy traffic roundabout and carriageway. Worth seeking out for a photo or two .

Thank Stueeee
Reviewed 16 January 2017

City gate and fortified bridge built in the 13th and 15th centuries. Pretty cool piece of history that makes for a lovely little afternoon stroll.

Thank Devan M
Reviewed 14 December 2016

Well worth the walk to the end of town to see this beautiful and historic gate to the city.... and it's free.

Thank Ornithorh
Reviewed 29 September 2016

This gate together with the city walls was the place I liked most in Metz. We spent a long time here, taking pictures, searching for the best view, excited like kids. I only missed information in English or German.

Thank EvaF2Eva
Reviewed 2 September 2016

We went to visit Marche Couvert, and when we finished we walked down to visit Porte des Allemands (Germans' Gate). The walk to the gate was well worth the walk, and I would recommend it to anyone in the area. It is the last remaining...More

Thank Michael E
Reviewed 31 May 2016

Loved this place. The history is so amazing for this piece of history. You can walk around the roof and imagine how it must have been. There is a small historical center that you can walk around. It also has a very clean bathroom.

Thank blondechickma
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