La Cafe du Coin d'en Bas de la Rue du Bout de la Ville d'en Face du Port... La Java
The word 'eccentric' must have been coined to describe the extraordinary and insanely named cafe. Think part-museum, part–toy-shop and a...
Le Bistro de Jean
Want to know where the locals choose to eat inside the walls? Peer through the windows of this lively, authentic bistro and you'll get...
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Cathédrale St-Vincent information
The city's centrepiece was constructed between the 12th and 18th centuries. During the ferocious fighting of August 1944 the cathedral was badly hit; much of its original structure (including its spire) was reduced to rubble. The cathedral was subsequently rebuilt and reconsecrated in 1971. A mosaic plaque on the floor of the nave marks the spot where Jacques Cartier received the blessing of the bishop of St-Malo before his 'voyage of discovery' to Canada in 1535.