Ruelle des Chats
Off rue Champeaux (between No 30 and 32), a stroll along tiny ruelle des Chats (Alley of the Cats), as dark and narrow as it was four...
Troyes’ oldest and most interesting neighbourhood church has an early-Gothic nave and transept (early 13th century) and a...
Rouge et Noir
Done out in red and grey hues as the name suggests, this smart stone-walled bar is an enticing pick for sampling local wines and...
What could be more romantic than a table à deux in the cobbled courtyard of this rose-hued, 17th-century restaurant? The chef juggles...
16th-Century Troyes information
Half-timbered houses – some with lurching walls and floors that aren’t quite on-the-level line many streets in the old city, rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1524. The best place for aimless ambling is the area bounded by (clockwise from the north) rue Général de Gaulle, the Hôtel de Ville, rue Général Saussier and rue de la Pierre; of special interest are (from southwest to northeast) rue de Vauluisant , rue de la Trinité , rue Champeaux and rue Paillot de Montabert .