This memorial pays homage to those who fought and died in WWII.
Begun in 1262 by the Troyes-born Pope Urban IV, whose father’s shoemaker shop once stood on this spot, this church is exuberantly Gothic...
Troyes’ oldest and most interesting neighbourhood church has an early-Gothic nave and transept (early 13th century) and a...
A convivial neighbourhood bar that draws an arty crowd, including students. The house speciality is rhum arrangé (fruit-infused rum)....
Claire et Hugo
Meet Claire and Hugo, the dynamic duo behind this double-decker bus street food venture, which does the rounds in Troyes and its...
place de la Halle · interesting places nearby
Covered Market information
Fruit, veggies, bread, charcuterie, fish and cheese glorious cheese.