Things to see and do - Auxerre
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Auxerre Travel guide
Auxerre : Michelin's recommendations
Auxerre, a navigable port on the Yonne and the starting point for the Nivernais canal starts, is also the capital of lower Burgundy, a valley region whose plateaux are made up of fields and forests, with slopes lined with vines and fruit trees. Auxerre is also where Cadet Roussel was brought up, and is famous for its football team managed by Guy Roux; it has a remarkable cathedral and the jewel in the crown, the prestigious abbaye Saint-Germain, home to some of France's oldest frescoes.
Tourist attractions Auxerre : Things to see and do
pl. St-Étienne F - 89000 Auxerre
A Gothic building constructed between the 13C and 16C with a beautiful Flamboyant façade. Around the ambulatory is a magnificent ensemble of stained-glass medallion windows in which blues and reds predominate. The Romanesque crypt contains famous fre..
2 bis pl. St-Germain F - 89000 Auxerre
Founded in the 6C by Clothilde, this abbey is the city's most venerable monument. The 12C steeple, now free-standing after the demolition of part of the fabric, is remarkable. The 9C crypt has some Carolingian frescoes (c 850, the earliest in France)..
Rue de la Marine F - 89000 Auxerre
The Marine quarter - the old sea-fearers' quarter has maintained its sinuous lanes, which are often bordered by wood-panelled houses. Its main areas are Saint Nicolas square, Coche-d'Eau square and lastly, the rue de la marine, with its remnants of a..
14 Rue 24 Août F - 89000 Auxerre
Only minutes away from the city centre, in the vicinity of the picturesque areas of the old town, the hotel offers cosy accommodation with all modern facilities. Hôtel du Cygne welcomes you in a quiet and comfortable setting, ideal for relaxation an..
5 rue René Schaeffer F - 89000 Auxerre
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Hôtel du Commerce is located in the centre of Auxerre, just 5 minutes’ walk from Auxerre Cathedral and the Old Town. The hotel offers individually decorated guest rooms and an on-site bar. The guest rooms at Hôtel du Commerce include a flat-screen T..
2-6, rue du Pont. F - 89000 AUXERRE
In the old bridge district, this authentic former coaching inn offers a range of surprises for those passing through our gates, a superb interior garden with a fine terrace for taking lunch or dinner in good weather. When the weather turns cool, push..
34 r. du Pont F - 89000 Auxerre
The restaurant, like aspérule (sweet woodruff), the pretty woodland flower after which it is named, lacks neither freshness nor delicacy. Originally from Japan and trained in some fine establishments throughout France, Keigo Kimura's cooking is preci..
15 r. de Preuilly F - 89000 Auxerre
This former garage has successfully taken to its new vocation! The simple dishes made with market fresh ingredients are as tasty on your plate as they sound on the menu! It has a pleasant rustic setting and a fine terrace.
56 bd Vauban F - 89000 Auxerre
This former winegrower's house exudes classic charm and contemporary whimsy. Tuck into the good, market based food that varies with the seasons. Refined.
84 r. de Paris F - 89000 Auxerre
In this restaurant in Auxerre's old town, you can inhale the fresh sea air! Fish (wild), shellfish and seafood is served in a simple, modern decor.
6 av. Maréchal-Juin F - 89000 Auxerre
This little Baroque folly - dating from the 19C and flanked by a crenulated tower - is wonderfully romantic. It is located on the Lyon road, in a park alongside the River Yonne. The food revisits the cuisine of Burgundy and beyond. Depending on the c..
37 r. du Pont F - 89000 Auxerre
If you love tradition, this restaurant at the foot of the Eglise St-Pierre is for you! The chef concocts tasty Burgundian specialities such as jambon persillé (ham terrine with parsley), croustillant de pied de veau (veal trotter in a crunchy crisp) ..