Things to see and do - Maubeuge
Unmissable tourist sites
Maubeuge Travel guide
Maubeuge : Michelin's recommendations
In the heart of the major industrial basin running from Aulnoye to Jeumont, Maubeuge developed around a convent founded in the 7C. Despite its fortifications, the birthplace of the painter Mabuse (1478-1533) suffered countless attacks from foreign invaders before being 90% destroyed by bombs in 1940.
The modern, white town of today designed to plans by the architect, André Lurçat, has suffered a direct hit from the iron and steel crisis.
Tourist attractions Maubeuge : Things to see and do
rte e de Mons F - 59600 Maubeuge
The Porte de Mons gateway (1685 ) has a pavilion with a pediment and a sloping attic on the city side; the guardroom, with its thick wooden doors and drawbridge winch is still intact.
1 Rue de Valmy F - 59600 Maubeuge
Rebuilt to plans by André Lurçat after the Second World War, it is dominated by a glass bell-tower with a 28-bell carillon. On the porch is a mosaic designed by Jean Lurçat. In the Treasury, note the admirable 13C abbey cross and the 7C «chasuble aux..
Rue Coutelle F - 59600 Maubeuge
The college was built in the 17C, to plans by Brother Du Blocq, a Jesuit from Mons who also designed the Jesuits' chapel in Saint-Omer.
Avenue de La Gare F - 59600 MAUBEUGE
17 rue du Général Fournier F - 59600 Maubeuge
1, Porte de Paris. F - 59600 MAUBEUGE
A traditional, fully renovated, hotel and restaurant in Maubeuge. The restaurant is undoubtedly the spearhead, proposing a range of fish and seafood specialities, along with game in season. Only fresh produce is used, and our bread, ice cream and pa..
117 av. Jean-Jaurès F - 59600 Maubeuge
RN 2 F - 59330 Maubeuge
One inn with two atmospheres - rustic and contemporary - but one single, generous, traditional style of cuisine. The proof is the delicious homemade game terrine.