Accessible from the cathedral's choir, the badly damaged cloître, is in the Flamboyant Gothic style of the early 16th century.
The airy nave of Cahors’ Romanesque cathedral, consecrated in 1119, is topped by two cupolas (at 18m wide, the largest in France). Some...
Near the Cathédrale St-Étienne, the 1997-installed clock looks like something out of Tim Burton's sketchbook.
Generic wood-fired pizzas, pastas and French staples served in a Med-style dining room.
place des Halles · interesting places nearby
Marché Couvert information
The city’s main covered market is often simply called Les Halles. There’s a not-to-be-missed open-air market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings around the covered market and on place Jean-Jacques Chapou. Excellent food shops cluster around the market and along rue Nationale.