Things to see and do - Issoire
Issoire Travel guide
Issoire : Michelin's recommendations
The thriving, industrial centre of Issoire is nonetheless a charming ancient city with narrow streets lined with shops and old buildings, and home to one of the largest Romanesque churches in Auvergne. It makes an ideal base for excursions into the nearby Livradois or Dauphiné d'Auvergne regions, both of which will appeal to lovers of wide open spaces.
Tourist attractions Issoire : Things to see and do
pl. St-Paul F - 63500 Issoire
Once part of a Benedictine abbey, this church was built in the 12C. The bell tower, façade (whose towers were ransacked in the Wars of Religion) and several capitals were altered in the 19C, but its chevet is still a perfect example of Auvergne Roman..
4 r. du Ponteil F - 63500 Issoire
The city's 15C belfry hosts a variety of animations that conjure up the Renaissance period. Three fascinating animations transport you back to this little-known period via the epic story of Austremoine, the son of an Issoire watchmaker. There are als..
1 Avenue de la Gare F - 63500 Issoire
18, av. Kennedy. F - 63500 ISSOIRE
"""In a lush green setting, Hotel Le Pariou and its restaurant Le Jardin offer several delightful combinations for the comfort of guests: calm and hospitality, elegance and modern equipment, fresh, healthy and flavoursome food. Total ..
2, av. de la Gare. F - 63500 ISSOIRE
A house of character between the railway-station and the René Cassin park a hotel in which Jacques Brel stayed regularly during his aviator's escapades. With regard to the restaurant, you can dine on the covered terrace, you will find a card of wines..
18 boulevard Kennedy F - Issoire
23 bd Triozon-Bayle F - 63500 Issoire
Don't be fooled by the black façade - L'Atelier, which opened in 2012, is a bright young thing with its colourful urban decor. In his open kitchens, the young chef composes pretty dishes that are both original and flavoursome. This place could be one..