Unmissable tourist sites
Chambéry Travel guide
Chambéry : Michelin's recommendations
The capital of a sovereign state up until the 16th Century, Chambéry is today the administrative and commercial capital of the region. The people of Savoie are noted for their reserve and you should certainly not expect the place to be bubbling with life...The old quarter though, tastefully restored, has passageways which are a local slant on the i/traboules/i and are a stone's throw away from the alpine parks of Vanoise, Chartreuse and Bauges.
Tourist attractions Chambéry : Things to see and do
rue de Boigne F - 73000 Chambéry
Flanked by « porticos » in the transalpine style, this thoroughfare designed by the General de Boigne is one of the most characteristic of Chambéry with its order and its liveliness. It leads to the Fountain of the Elephants.
Bd de la Colonne F - 73000 Chambéry
This monument, the most popular in the town, was erected in 1838 in memory of the General Comte de Boigne (1751-1830). The elephants without their hind quarters for the great benefit of Chambery humour, recall the adventures of the Chambery inhabitan..
place St-Léger F - 73000 Chambéry
Pedestrianised, paved with rose porphyry, with the addition of fountains and lamps it is a veritable invitation to detente, why not spend some time in one of the numerous terrace cafés?
9, rue Denfert Rochereau F - 73000 Chambéry
This Best Hotel is located in the heart of Chambéry in the Rhone-Alpes region, just a few steps from the Cathedral. It offers free Wi-Fi internet access. The guest rooms are equipped with a private bathroom and satellite TV. They can also be acces..
9 rue Denfert-Rochereau F - 73000 Chambéry (Rhône-Alpes)
Prix Prices from : 55 €
This small family hotel welcomes you 24/24h and offers comfortable and functional accommodation with 29 rooms neat and personalized, all accessible by elevator.An ideal stopover to discover the city of Chambery or for business trips.
6, rue Métropole F - 73000 Chambéry
The Sautet is an 18th-century bed and breakfast located in the heart of historic Chambery. It offers en-suite rooms with a flat-screen TV, DVD player and free Wi-Fi access in the entire property. A full breakfast buffet is served daily with regional..
51 r. Alexander-Fleming F - 73000 Chambéry
12 av. des Ducs-de-Savoie F - 73000 Chambéry
This brasserie in keeping with the times is very popular in the town. It features a contemporary setting, open kitchens, a glass-fronted wine cellar built into the rock, an international menu and an oyster bar.
60 r. Vieille-Monnaie F - 73000 Chambéry
Head down to Côté Marché, which is run by a young couple. He deals with the cooking and she looks after diners and is in charge of wines. This restaurant opened in 2011 and has already made a name for itself as one of the restaurants to go to in Cham..
688 av. Les Follaz F - 73000 Chambéry
A large contemporary brasserie owned by a team including two former 'Barjots' - the nickname of the members of the French national handball squad! They have now successfully turned their hand to creating good brasserie dishes, which are simple and we..