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Nevers

Interesting
Nevers
The Essential
Interesting
A few kilometres from the confluence of the Loire and the Allier rivers, Nevers, capital of the Nivernais, rose to fame in the 17C for its earthenware. The outline of the emblematic monuments of this city of art and history can be seen on the hill overlooking the "last primitive river of Europe". Picturesque and unspoiled, the landscapes and countryside of the Loire River represent an ecological treasure, best appreciated by a walk down by the river or on a boat cruise.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Nevers

Cathédrale St-Cyr-et-Ste-Julitte Cathédrale St-Cyr-et-Ste-Julitte
Cathédrale St-Cyr-et-Ste-Julitte
Nevers
0:30
Palais Ducal, Nevers Palais Ducal, Nevers
Palais Ducal, Nevers
Nevers
1:00
Earthenware and Fine Arts Museum
Earthenware and Fine Arts Museum
Nevers
1:30
St Étienne Church, Nevers
St Étienne Church, Nevers
Nevers
0:15
Porte du Croux
Porte du Croux
Nevers
1:00
Espace Bernadette-Soubirous
Espace Bernadette-Soubirous
Nevers