Cathédrale St-Pierre et St-Paul
Musée d’Art Moderne
The highlights here are French painting (including lots of fauvist works) created between 1850 and 1950, glass (especially the work of...
Hôtel du Chaudron
One of the founders of the Canadian city of Montréal, Paul Chomeday de Maisonneuve (1612–76), once lived in the Hôtel de Chaudron.
Apothicairerie de l’Hôtel-Dieu-le-Comte
If you come down with an old-fashioned malady – scurvy, perhaps, or unbalanced humours – the place to go is this fully outfitted,...
Rive Gauche Café
Attracts a lively crowd with its Belgian beer, terrace overlooking the cathedral, free wi-fi and occasional live music.
Fruit, veggies, bread, charcuterie, fish and cheese glorious cheese.
Lonely Planet review
Troyes’ most important house of worship, 114m long, incorporates elements from every period of champenois Gothic architecture. The Flamboyant west facade , for instance, dates from the mid-1500s, while the choir and transepts are more than 250 years older. The interior is illuminated by a spectacular series of some 180 stained-glass windows (13th to 17th centuries) that shine like jewels when it’s sunny. Also of interest: a fantastical baroque organ (1730s) sporting musical putti (cherubs), and a tiny treasury (open July and August only) with enamels from the Meuse Valley. Back in 1429, Joan of Arc and Charles VII stopped off here on their way to his coronation in Reims.