Things to see and do - Pau
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Pau : Michelin's recommendations
Pau is the birthplace of Henri IV and the most elegant city on the Pyrenees border. Although not as grand as Versailles, it wears its royal past in a discreet and refined manner, with the castle as its cornerstone. Pau is very keen on athletic, intellectual and cultural pursuits, a legacy from its days as a British colony.
Tourist attractions Pau : Things to see and do
F - 64000 Pau
The Ossau Valley was once known as Ursialensis vallis, or ''Bear Vallley''. It stretches out for 70km from Pau to Laruns (lower Ossau). The valley is dotted with a multitude of medieval-looking villages, including Bielle, with its 15C and 16C houses,..
r. du Château F - 64000 Pau
Towering above the mountain stream, this castle built by Gaston Fébus in the 14C was transformed into a Renaissance palace by Marguerite d'Angoulême and took on its current appearance during the 19C, in the time of Louis-Philippe and Napoléon III. Th..
r. Mathieu-Lalanne F - 64000 Pau
This Fine Arts Museum makes no bones about placing a Greco next to a 1993 abstract painting... Here you will find work by Rubens, José de Ribera and Zurbaran, impressionists (Degas, Berthe Morisot, Armand Guillaumin) and different tendencies in conte..
3, Place Gramont F - 64000 Pau
Situated in the historic centre of Pau, a 5-minute walk from the Château de Pau, Qualys-Hotel De Gramont dates from the 18th century. The hotel offers a lounge bar and a billiards rooms. Guest rooms range have a modern decor and are equipped with ai..
18, rue Gassion F - 64000 Pau
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Hôtel Régina is located in Pau, a 10-minute walk from the Conference Centre and 800 metres from the train station. Free Wi-Fi access is provided in the entire property, which is situated 300 metres from free public parking. Equipped with an LCD TV, ..
36, Rue Montpensier F - 64000 Pau
Inter-Hotel Montpensier sits in a garden in the centre of Pau. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi internet access. Family-size rooms are available and all rooms are serviced by a lift. Inter-H..
13 r. Henri-IV F - 64000 Pau
The chef's cuisine is like his bistro: unfussy and full of flavour, as well as convivial, simple and authentic. Try dishes like: chicken terrine or duckling cooked in spices. A nice selection of wines on the blackboards.
30 r. Pasteur F - 64000 Pau
Be sure to dine in this attractive old house. An exceptionally friendly welcome, market-inspired cuisine and a few tables close to the open fire, which are very popular in winter.
24 av. Gaston-Lacoste F - 64000 Pau
This restaurant feels like a real family affair! Anaiak means 'brothers' in Basque. An apt name for this bistro run by three brothers, where a picture of the parents even graces the wall. The food pays tribute to the Southwest of France with its poul..
1 r. du Hédas F - 64000 Pau
Bricks, beams and pebbles lend this converted 17C tannery tucked away in a little medieval street a lovely country feel. Pleasant atmosphere, modern cuisine.
24 av. Gaston-Lacoste F - 64000 Pau
A very pleasant spot at the foot of the funicular railway: Dine in a pretty pavilion with a winter garden feel, or in the refined and charming lounge. The dishes appeal to modern tastes.
5 r. Alexander-Taylor F - 64000 Pau
Unusual retro objects and small wooden tables set the scene in this original and refined modern bistro-cum-wine shop. Concise market inspired menu with Japanese influences, and a great selection of natural wines.