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Office Du Tourisme du Cambresis

48 Rue de Noyon, 59400, Cambrai, France
+33 3 27 78 36 15
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Staff were welcoming and very helpful. We went to Cambrai for the Cambrai 100 commemorations... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Liz E
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Somerset UK
Tourist Information Office, Cambrai

Go down Avenue de Victoire opposite the Town Hall and the TIO is on your right in a pointed top... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
Robert H
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Yorkshire
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48 Rue de Noyon, 59400, Cambrai, France
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Staff were welcoming and very helpful. We went to Cambrai for the Cambrai 100 commemorations. They had information about events in the town but nothing about events in Flesquires nearby which held many events.

Thank Liz E
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Go down Avenue de Victoire opposite the Town Hall and the TIO is on your right in a pointed top building. Lots of free information leaflets and souvenirs to buy. They recommended cycle hire from Romaine Barde in nearby Marcoing (305 bus from bus station,...More

Thank Robert H
Reviewed 21 June 2017

I think the previous reviewer has confused tourist information office with the town hall. The staff in here are very helpful, the building itself is really old and amazing. You can even go downstairs and see the medieval cellars. There are tunnels you can explore...More

Thank LadyFranklyn
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Don't believe anything which says the two figures on the clock come out to strike the bells on the hour, they don't. What happens is - on the hour the hammers the two figures are holding strike the bell. The actual bell chime is the...More

1  Thank dianne m
Reviewed 23 October 2016

Bilingual staff, provided maps and brochures, explained locations of WW1 sites that we wanted to visit.

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Robert H
1 September 2017|
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Response from dianne m | Reviewed this property |
Personally I have no idea but have you considered taking a folding bike? You can take them on Eurostar and on French trains although you might need a carrying bag for the bike.
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