Meaux
The Essential
Interesting
There are three good reasons for visiting Meaux: the town's episcopal palace, which has retained much of its original architecture and which has historic connections with Bossuet, nicknamed the "Eagle of Meaux"; the Musée de la Grande Guerre, which gives a fascinating insight into the First World War and which can be complemented by a visit to the battlefields in the surrounding countryside; and the region's famous food products, such as Brie, mustard and carrots, which can be bought at the market and eaten alongside the River Marne or Canal de l'Ourcq.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Meaux

Musée de la Grande Guerre - Museum of the Great War
Musée de la Grande Guerre - Museum of the Great War
Meaux
2:00
St Stephen's Cathedral of Meaux
St Stephen's Cathedral of Meaux
Meaux
0:30
Old Ramparts of Meaux
Old Ramparts of Meaux
Meaux
0:30
Old Chapter of Meaux
Old Chapter of Meaux
Meaux
Former Bishop's Palace - Bossuet Museum
Former Bishop's Palace - Bossuet Museum
Meaux
1:00