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
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 ..
15 r. de l'Épée F - 59400 Cambrai
This museum contains an Archaeology section a heritage of Cambrai section with a relief model of the town. You will see the chancel enclosure from the chapel of St Julien's hospital and the procession chariot of the Canonesses of St Aldegonde de Maub..
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..
718, avenue de Paris F - 59400 Cambrai
Prix Prices from : 89 €
Set 600 metres from the centre of Cambrai, this 3-star hotel offers a colourful garden. A restaurant and bar are available on site. The rooms at Hôtel Beatus are decorated in a traditional style and include views of the garden. Each one also has a f..
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..
Route de Bapaume F - 59400 CAMBRAI
Prix Prices from : 61 €
The ibis de Cambrai hotel and its restaurant are a stone's throw from the city center and the museum, as well as Le Cateau Cambrésis with its Matisse museum, Caudry and its lace museum, Vaucelles Abbey and its orchid show, and the memorial at the Rou..
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..