Housed in the 18th-century Cathédrale St-Jean , this incredible astronomical clock has 30,000 moving parts, 57 faces, 62 dials and,...
House of the Lumière Brothers
An exemplary French café with a crowd of regulars, on the respectable side of 60 during the day and the carefree side of 30 at night....
Near the House of Victor Hugo is this postage stamp of a bohemian bistro. Stone walls, paintings and a mishmash of retro chairs set the...
Porte Noire information
Lonely Planet review
A steep 15-minute downhill walk from the citadel, the Porte Noire is a triumphal arch left over from the city’s Roman days, dating from the 2nd century AD. It sits on a square where the vestiges of an aqueduct were discovered in the 19th century.