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 .
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.
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.
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 castle bridge in France, and it is in surprisingly good shape. It is not a... 更多
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.
Essentially, that's what this is...but it's really cool. You can walk along the gate and envision what it must have been like so many years ago.
This site, although on the Michelin walking tour, is a bit out of the way unless you are walking the ramparts path along the Seille/Moselle or visiting the Churches of Ste. Eucarie and Ste. Maximin. Nonetheless it is worth the trek. It appears to be intact with its original construction including the moat. There was no curation at the site... 更多
We walked from the Circuit des Remparts to this Fort with the expectation that we would be able to visit the interior, however it is only open from 2 - 5 pm Monday to Saturday. We did take some nice pictures of the building as you are able to walk through the gates. From what we could see it isn't... 更多