Things to see and do - Angers
Unmissable tourist sites
Angers Travel guide
Angers : Michelin's recommendations
Stronghold of the Plantagenêt dynasty and later a flourishing Renaissance city, Angers retains some of the colossal walls of its medieval fortress dating from the time of King René of Anjou, and the extraordinary Apocalypse Tapestry… plus an amazing array of parks and public gardens! Végépolys, a plant research centre of international renown, was opened here in 2005.
Tourist attractions Angers : Things to see and do
2 2 Promenade du Bout du Monde F - 49000 Angers
Displayed in Angers Castle , the Apocalypse Tapestry is believed to have been created between 1373 and 1383. Originally 133m long and 6m high, it was composed of 6 sections, each comprising a figure seated on a dais looking onto two cycles of 7 scen..
2 prom. du Bout-du-Monde F - 49000 Angers
Round towers, streaked with somber schiste and white stones, this is a perfect example of feudal architecture! The chateau, built between 1228 and 1238 by Saint Louis, was almost demolished by Henri III, during the religious wars. By chance the gover..
pl. du Ralliement F - 49000 Angers
As a lively trade centre and place of leisure, with its restaurants and theatre - this is the liveliest part of the town.
3, Rue Chateau gontier F - 49100 Angers
Prix Prices from : 50 €
This hotel is located in the heart of the city of Angers, 10 minutes' walk from the train station and the congress centre. Guests have free Wi-Fi access. The rooms feature a modern décor and include flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. They offe..
Completely renovated hotel in the heart of the city center, 10 minutes' walk from the Convention Center and the SNCF train station. Within walking distance of tourist attractions including the castle, cathedral and museums. 80 stylish, modern and ext..
1, Boulevard Maréchal Foch F - 49100 Angers
Prix Prices from : 90 €
Housed in an authentic 19th-century building, the Best Western Hôtel d'Anjou provides comfortable, elegant accommodation in the heart of Angers, close to the train station and business centre. Guest rooms combine traditional features with modern com..
21 r. Delaâge F - 49000 Angers
This cosy restaurant is named after a famous local dessert. It is known for its friendly atmosphere and hearty, traditional fare based on local farm produce and homemade specialities.
7 bis bd Mar. -Foch F - 49000 Angers
This long bistro, panelled in wood like the hold of a boat, is ideal for groups. The chef works in full view in his open-plan kitchen preparing a range of tasty dishes based on fresh, often organic produce.
1 bd Mar. -Foch F - 49000 Angers
The Salamandre proposes a traditional menu, served in a François I decor of frescoes, exposed ceiling beams and not forgetting... salamanders!
9 r. de la Gare F - 49100 Angers
This elegant spot has a welcoming ambience and serves traditional cuisine. The decor includes banquettes, mosaic flooring, and attractive wall paintings with a fine wine and good living theme.
9 r. Baudrière F - 49000 Angers
This impressive little restaurant is run by two young partners, one a great chef with a respect for tradition, the other a sommelier of wine-growing stock. An excellent team.
9 pl. du Ralliement F - 49000 Angers
Designer furniture, filtered lighting and background music: a lounge ambience prevails at Provence Caffé. Southern-inspired dishes (spices, fish, Mediterranean touches etc) are served.