Things to see and do - Cambrai
Unmissable tourist sites
Cambrai Travel guide
Cambrai : Michelin's recommendations
A peaceful city of white chalkstone preserving the memory of its bishop Fenelon. Andouilettes, tripe and «offal» attract their fans into this military and Episcopal town, situated on the right bank of the river Escaut at the centre of a wealthy region.
Tourist attractions Cambrai : Things to see and do
pl. Aristide-Briand F - 59400 Cambrai
The Town hall dominates the square with its cold yet majestic lines. The restoration works in have kept the facade with its peristyle in the style of Louis XVI; it is crowned with a columned bell tower. From the southwest corner of the square St Mart..
Mail St-Martin F - 59400 Cambrai
This long esplanade offers an attractive view of the Belfry or old St Martin's tower (15 to 18 C) which is 70 metres high and is the only remains of the Church of the same name.
r. St-Aubert F - 59400 Cambrai
Having changed very little this old temple dedicated to Jupiter Capitolin dominated by a 76 metre high tower, is today a Church. The present building was constructed between 1698 and 1745. The attractive rood screen, which cloisters the chancel, has ..
37 Rue de Lille F - 59400 Cambrai
Prix Prices from : 70 €
This 3-star hotel is just 200 metres from Cambrai town centre and train station. It offers en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi access and an on-site restaurant with set menus and a la carte dining. Each room is carpeted and has a flat-screen TV. All room..
Square Du Château F - 59400 Cambrai
Located in the north of the historical city of Cambrai, Château De La Motte features modern rooms with antique furniture. It offers a large garden, bike rental and a classic-style lounge area. Each of the guest rooms is equipped with a minibar, a TV..
17, rue des Docks. F - 59400 CAMBRAI
Prix Prices from : 59 €
2nd generation family-run hotel. Close to the pleasure boat marina. Traditional cooking, comfortable rooms, all with TV and direct phone. Closed car park.
1 bd Dupleix F - 59400 Cambrai
Appealing little restaurant near a lock on the St-Quentin canal. Conviviality blends with colourful decor and traditional maritime fare. A formula explained by the fact that the owner hails from Breton seafood hotspot Morbihan!
2 r. St-Pol F - 59400 Cambrai
Napoleon stayed here in this bourgeois residence, which is very close to the place where the famous Paix des Dames, or Treaty of Cambrai, is said to have been signed (1529). The decor fosters an elegant classicism, and the food is inventive and metic..