Lording over the city, and a Unesco World Heritage Site prior to the city's classification, the cathedral's oldest section dates from...
Gallo-Roman statues and relics dating back 25,000 years are among the highlights at the impressive Musée d’Aquitaine. Ask to borrow an...
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Faience pottery, porcelain, gold, iron, glasswork and furniture are displayed at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.
Screens nondubbed art-house films.
Le Cheverus Café
In a city full of neighbourhood bistros, this one, smack in the city centre, is one of the most impressive. It's friendly, cosy and...
Tour Pey-Berland information
Lonely Planet review
The gargoyled, 50m-high Gothic belfry,Tour Pey-Berland was erected between 1440 and 1466. Its spire was added in the 19th century, and in 1863 it was topped off with the statue of Notre Dame de l’Aquitaine (Our Lady of Aquitaine). Scaling the tower’s 231 narrow steps rewards you with a spectacular panorama of the city.