Ardennes
Charleville-Mézières
Interesting
Charleville-Mézières The Essential
Interesting
Today united, these two towns on the Meuse - Charleville and Mézières - have kept their identity and the memory of their rich history alive. Charleville's shopping streets and ancient buildings converge at the harmonious Place Ducale, and the memory of Rimbaud lives on around the quayside, like the drunken boat of his poem. Mézières has rows of proud Art Deco façades and its medieval ramparts in the heart of a large bend in the river. The nearby forests are teeming with legends.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Charleville-Mézières
Place Ducale
Place Ducale
This is the twin of the Place des Vosges
30 minutes
Ardennes museum
Ardennes museum
A collection of buildings cut through
90 minutes
Charleville-Mézières Prefecture - Former Royal School of Engineering
Charleville-Mézières Prefecture - Former Royal School of Engineering
The mathmetician Gaspard Monge taught in
15 minutes
Charleville-MézièresCharleville-MézièresRamparts
Charleville-MézièresCharleville-MézièresRamparts
Some remnants of the medieval enclosing
30 minutes
Old mill of Charleville-Mézières
Old mill of Charleville-Mézières
Designed with a concern for the symmetry
30 minutes
International Institute of Puppetry
International Institute of Puppetry
Integrated into the façade of the
15 minutes