Statue of Paul and Virginie
Hôtel de Ville
Overlooking a small park in the centre of Curepipe, the Hôtel de Ville is one of Mauritius' best surviving structures from its colonial...
Next to the town hall, the stone building with the distinctive neoclassical porch houses the municipal Carnegie Library. Its collection...
Domaine des Aubineaux
The manor house of the Domaine des Aubineaux was built in 1872 in a classic colonial style, and in 1889 it was the first residence on...
Curepipe's most obviously upmarket restaurant hides in an unassuming concrete block, but inside all is starched linen and gleaming...
Lonely Planet review
Near the town hall, you'll find a bronze copy of Prosper d'Épinay's famous statue of Paul and Virginie. The original is on display in Port Louis' Blue Penny Museum .