Vieille Ville & Lakefront
Beginning life as a Dominican chapel, this tranquil, 15th-century Gothic church is the oldest in Annecy. It occupies a plum site, facing...
Palais de l’Isle
Sitting on a triangular islet surrounded by the Canal du Thiou, the 12th-century Palais de l’Isle has been a lordly residence, a...
Known also as Annecy Cathedral, this former Franciscan chapel dates to the early 16th century.
The Captain doesn't work too hard at being an 'Irish Pub', but does offer a warren of convivial nooks festooned with nauticalia, a plum...
Feast on local cheeses in the form of fondue or raclette (melted cheese, boiled potatoes, charcuterie and baby gherkins), or on...
Vieille Ville & Lakefront information
It’s a pleasure simply to wander aimlessly around Annecy’s medieval Old Town, a photogenic jumble of narrow pedestrians-only streets, crystal-clear canals – the reason Annecy is known as 'Venice of the Alps' – and colonnaded passageways.