This squat building is a 1730 twin-towered extension of the plateau's vast complex of Vauban fortifications. It has an interesting...
At the top of the Chemin de la Corniche, there are lovely views to both north and south from the Montée de Clausen, the cliff-top site...
Ground-breaking exhibitions of modern, installation and experiential art are hosted in this 2006 architectural icon designed by I M Pei,...
The huge main brew-hall of a former brewery retains giant flywheels and brewing vessels but now reverberates with music and chatter.
This very authentic wood-panelled brasserie was probably a lower-class place in its day, but now ups its prices to cash in upon its...
Lonely Planet review
Known locally as 'The Pyg', this moody little Irish haunt is one of several good pubs in Clausen, an area favoured by late-night revellers.