Musée des Beaux-Arts et d’Archéologie
France's oldest public museum, founded in 1694, is famous for its stellar collection of local Gallo-Roman archaeology; its Cabinet des...
Église de la Madeleine
This 18th-century neoclassical church towers over the place Jouffroy, at the foot of the Battant district.
Vedettes de Besançon
This 1¼-hour river cruise is a relaxed way to see Besançon from the Doubs' hairpin curve and the 375m-long boat tunnel that goes...
Beer is the first order of business at this quayside pub with a handsome stone exterior and woodsy interior, complete with faux foliage....
Le Jardin de la Palmeraie
Simple, genuine and utterly delicious. You'll find all the tajines , bistilla, grilled merguez and filling, warmly spiced vegetables...
104 rue Battant · interesting places nearby
Le Saint-Pierre information
Crisp white tablecloths, exposed stone and subtle lighting are the backdrop for intense flavours, such as lobster lasagne with spinach and lobster bouillon, which are expertly paired with regional wines. At €40 the three-course menu du marché , which includes wine and coffee, is excellent value.