Old City
  • 16 Boulevard Carnot
  • 10000 Troyes
  • Phone:+33 (0)3 25 82 62 70
  • Fax:+33 (0)3 25 73 06 81
  • Website
The half-timbered houses that line the streets of Troyes’ old city were rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1524. Off rue Champeaux (between No 30 and 32), a stroll along tiny ruelle des Chats, as dark and narrow as it was four centuries ago, is like stepping back into the Middle Ages. You half expect a group of Shakespearean ruffians, singing drunkenly, to appear from around the corner, or a sneering wench to empty a chamber pot on your head from the top floor. The stones at intervals along the sides were installed to give pedestrians a place to stand when horses clattered by.

Practical information

Opening hours

always open

Prices

Free admission

Photos

Enter your username and password below.
Login was unsuccessful. Please correct the errors and try again.
  Log in to your profile  
Use the form below to create a new account.
Passwords must be at least 6 characters long.
Account could not be created. Please correct the errors and try again.
  Create your profile