Things to see and do - Cognac
Unmissable tourist sites
Cognac Travel guide
Cognac : Michelin's recommendations
Cellars and still more cellars; the technical visits can be tiring; few towns have seen their name become as well-known as that of Cognac. Its great Houses (Hennessy, Rémy Martin, Martell) are known everywhere. However the town knows how to keep up the suspense since it also hosts the International Festival of the Detective Film!
Tourist attractions Cognac : Things to see and do
51 Rue d'Angoulême F - 16100 Cognac
Restored, it is home to the associations. A vaulted ogive room and a covered well in the middle of the cloister.
49 r. Lohmeyer F - 16100 Cognac
You will visit the equipment in the pavilion of Lauberet, owned by a co-operative society bringing together several Charentais vine-growers.
10 Rue Mgr-Lacroix F - 16100 Cognac
Built in the 12 C it has been intensely renovated. You will observe its Romanesque facade, with a flamboyant rose window in its centre. The vaulted arch door, decorated with TRAVAUX DES MOIS and signs of the Zodiac, merits attention. Inside, a vast n..
Prix Prices from : 50 €
The P'tit Dej-HOTEL Cognac la RÃ©sidence is located close to the historic centre and the river Charente. The hotel is the perfect stopover, for business or pleasure. The hotel has 17 rooms, all different, including a family room for five people and..
Fully air conditioned, our hotel is ideally situated in the centre of Cognac, 2 steps away from the station and the restaurants. We are also situated very close to the congress centre. Our hotel has been entirely renovated and has 21 bedrooms equipp..
Prix Prices from : 72 €
Conveniently located in the heart of the town, opposite the Congress Hall. Just 5 mns from the most famous brandy houses. The hotel answers the requirements of our business or tourism clientele. The amenities of the rooms and the relaxation lounge at..
35 r. Grande F - 16100 Cognac
For those who don't know Claude, his bistro is in his own image: warm, honest and generous. He serves fine dishes that are carefully prepared (Spanish-style roast monkfish, griddled Limousin steak etc). All of Cognac knows Claude!
25 r. d'Angoulême F - 16100 Cognac
110 r. Jules-Brisson F - 16100 Cognac
Separated from the town centre by the River Charente, this 17C coaching inn stands in its own walled grounds. A bastion of tradition, it is run by an entire family (two brothers and a sister) whose dedication to this place is self-evident.
allée Fichon, parc François 1er F - 16100 Cognac
In an unspoilt setting, this former open-air café on the banks of the River Charente is the ideal spot for a restful meal. The wood decor represents a trip back in time, as does the simple and traditional cuisine that is reasonably priced. Other attr..