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...
The neo-Romanesque Temple Neuf was constructed under the Germans in 1904.
Jazzy beats, a cathedral-facing terrace and a neat selection of wines by the glass draw locals to this stylishly contemporary bar....
You can almost smell the briny Atlantic in this eccentric Breton crêperie, stuffed with nautical knick-knacks. Go sweet with crêpes or...
Lonely Planet review
Sidling up to the theatre, this 18th-century building harbours a refined restaurant decorated with baroque flourishes. Overlooking the square and cathedral, its terrace is a great place to see the city light up over drinks and spot-on dishes like lamb slow cooked in herbs.