The neo-Romanesque Temple Neuf was constructed under the Germans in 1904.
Place de la Comédie
Bounded by one of the channels of the Moselle, this neoclassical square is home to the city’s 18th-century Théâtre , France’s oldest...
Retro chic bar with red walls, vintage sofas, a relaxed vibe and old-school music. Check the website for details of gigs and DJ nights.
Sidling up to the theatre, this 18th-century building harbours a refined restaurant decorated with baroque flourishes. Overlooking the...
Lonely Planet review
This smart riverside restaurant serves up moreish views of the cathedral from its window tables and veranda. With 500 bottles in the cellar, there's bound to be a wine that goes well with market-fresh dishes such as slow-cooked lamb and grilled pike-perch with spiced mirabelles.