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Metz is a French city, situated in the north-east of the country, on the Moselle and Seille rivers. The city is the capital of the Lorraine region, and is home to the largest urban conservation area in France, incorporating more than 100 historically important buildings.

The city's main station, Gare de Metz-Ville, links it with other French destinations, as well as Luxembourg.

How to get to Metz from
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The City Night Line train is a comfortable sleeper train, travelling between various destinations throughout Europe. The journey between Paris and Berlin is made on-board 'Perseus', and takes around 13hrs. City Night Line services are very affordable, and offer a great alternative to travelling during the day, allowing you to arrive fresh at your destination, and saving on hotel bills.