Remarkable monument paying tribute to the martyred village of the Great War.
Professional and amateur archaeologists alike are in for a treat at this major site in the heart of Les Rues des Vignes village.
Canada honours his nationals with this granite block monument.
"Addicted" to beer or not, you cannot miss this historic brewery visit!
Since the fifteen century, I have been raising proudly my wings.
Sculpture paying tribute to Newfoundland, so far away, and its soldiers who fighted for France.
Interested by abstract geometric works or by more "classical" art, this museum will offer you amazing discoveries!
Master Piece of Baroque Art, its facade is worth the detour.
Exceptional heritage from the lace industry, its collections are breathtaking!
One of the last mills of the Selle Valley
The Louverval Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of soldiers who died during the Battle of Cambrai in 1917.
Superb works of Henri Matisse but also from other great artists of the 20th century.
Internationally known for its Our Lady of Grace icon, the cathedral deserves your visit because of Fenelon's tomb, Geeraerts's trompe l'oeil paintings and its stained glass...
As interesting as the Cathedral with Rubens painting and Marsy's jube, it has been remarkably restored a couple of years ago.
Discover Cambrai underground and improve your knowledge of "Moliere language" (tours in french only)!
Discover Cambrai underground and improve your french! No guided tour in foreign language - Contact us for reservation.
The prestigious abbey, just south of Cambrai, has been saved from destruction thanks to its owners.
48,rue de Noyon
Tél: +3 3( 0) 32 77 83 61 5
Please, take in consideration that our tourism office is actually closed because of the COVID-19. We will be happy to welcome you in the near future!
Whether they follow the Escaut, drive along country roads, discover the picturesque alleys of the old Cambrai, fortified farms, museums, learn about Matisse and Blériot, lace ang giants, tourists will understand why the inhabitants of this part of France are so happy to welcome them and will feel like coming back.