Trévoux is a small place on the banks of the river Saône and surprisingly has some impressive buildings that testify to the importance of the city in earlier times.
Story, Camera, Editor : Bert Schwarz
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We had rented a bay on a camp ground on the banks of the Saône, from where we made our first explorations of the town and the region, which we had never known before.
The local tourist office supported us with maps and good tips. It is housed in the Sires de Villars house and easy to find, as it is located right on the main road that runs along the Saône. From there you walk through the Rue du Port and find impressive houses from the 15th and 16th centuries. Here, one cannot pass Le Chaudron, a restaurant that we can recommend with a clear conscience. A little further east is the Hôpital Montpensier, which opened in 1686 and houses an interesting collection of pharmaceutical and pharmacy items.