This magnificent building built in the 19th century is famous for its facade and interior design.
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de l'Assomption
This gothic style cathedral is a true symbol of Clermont's historic center. The construction of the building started during the 13th century and ended only 7 centuries later. Climb up tour de la Bayette for a lovely view on the city.
Musée d'Art Roger-Quilliot
In the south of Clermont-Ferrand's historic quarter, this museum set up in a former covent hosts rich collections made of paintings, photos and sculptures from Middle Age to the 20th century.
This roman style basilique is part of UNESCO's World Heritage. Built in the 12th century, its renovation ended in 2008. It's a remarkable monument you won't want to miss.
Parc Animalier d'Auvergne
This park located in the south of Clermont-Ferrand is home to 400 rare animals. Get ready for a memorable time as you meet red pandas, monkeys, tigers, lions and girafes with your family!
This Museum is famous thanks to the originality of its collections. Built in 1903, it retraces history from the Arverni territory to the Gallo-Roman era.
A 2000 sqm scenographic itinerary dedicated to Michelin will enable you to learn more about the history and the latest news about this major brand? Maps, guides, Bibendum...get to know this legendary brand!
Clermont's 1800 sqm olympic ice rink is great for all sorts of activities: ice-skating, hockey games, galas, shows…
Golf des Volcans
Enjoy three 18 holes golf courses: les Bruyères, le Pariou and les Fougères inexceptional natural spaces, at the heart of Auvergne volcanoes. Food is available on the site.
Statue de Vercingétorix
This bronze statue was created by famous sculptor Bartholdi (who also sculpted the statue of liberty) to commemorate the victory of Vercingetorix over Cesar in 52 BC.
La Fontaine d'Amboise
This Volvic rock fountain was built in 1515 and mixes gothic and renaissance styles. Locals nickname it "la fontaine voyageuse" (the traveling fountain) because it was moved several times in different places of the city.