Things to see and do - Thionville
Unmissable tourist sites
Thionville Travel guide
Thionville : Michelin's recommendations
A historic fortified town which belonged to the duchies of Luxembourg and Burgundy, Spain, Germany and France. The “Iron Metropolis” stretches along the left bank of the River Moselle. The most important attractions of this now industrial city are its beautiful residences, a park sited on the old city ramparts and the imposing structures of the Maginot Line.
Tourist attractions Thionville : Things to see and do
F - 57100 Thionville
In the 1920s, the lessons drawn from the First World War prompted France to protect her borders with an impenetrable wall on her eastern flank. Originally intended to run from the North Sea to the Mediterranean, the project was only realised in Alsac..
3 pl. de l'Église F - 57100 Thionville
This immense and sturdy classical church contains large organs with cases swarming with chock-full of decorative details and a beautiful high altar with a baldaquin.
cours du Château F - 57100 Thionville
Still called " tour au Puits " (Peetz Turm), this 11C and 12C tower presents a complex fourteen-sided architecture. The Public Museum is situated here.
10 Place de la République F - 57100 Thionville
Prix Prices from : 45 €
Hôtel du Parc is located in Thionville town centre, a 15-minute walk from the train station, and features a 24-hour reception and a free Wi-Fi connection. All rooms have lift access and include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Each room als..
12 Boucle du Val Marie F - 57100 Thionville
Prix Prices from : 38 €
2 Rue Georges Ditsch F - 57100 THIONVILLE
In the heart of the city itself and on the banks of the Moselle river, the Mercure Thionville Centre hotel has an original modern facade. This charming establishment overlooks the Town Hall and is close to the pedestrianised streets and restaurants o..
50 rte du Crève-Coeur F - 57100 Le Crève-Coeur
9 pl. aux Fleurs F - 57100 Thionville
The reputation of this classic restaurant (pigeon, sea bass and girolles, brill in yellow wine) is second to none in the region. Large bay windows, Lloyd Loom chairs and modern light fixtures further add to the contemporary appeal.
9 Le Crève-Coeur F - 57100 Le Crève-Coeur
Despite its name (meaning 'heartbreak'), this family-run inn is more likely to do just the opposite. The decor pays tribute to Bacchus, god of wine, and the local specialities prove to be hearty (Lorraine goose pâté, rabbit with mustard etc).