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Premiere Classe Hotels welcome you to Maubeuge.

Maubeuge invites you to discover its history and surroundings. Stay at a Premiere Classe hotel for a hassle-free break.

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available 17 november 2017

Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE MAUBEUGE - Feignies
Low cost hotel in Maubeuge - 4 km from downtown
Average rating of 4.0 based on 128 reviews 128 reviews View on the map
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The two-star Première Classe Hotel Maubeuge is on the edge of the Avesnois regional park and has 71 air-conditioned Next Generatio (...) see hotel description

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Hotel CAMPANILE MAUBEUGE
Low cost hotel in PREMIERE CLASSE DUNKERQUE EST - Armbouts Cappel - 0 km from downtown
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Maubeuge is a French city built on the banks of the Sambre in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, only 7km away from Belgium. It dates back to 256 AD when the Franks arrived from Belgium. Throughout its history it has experienced significant turbulence, including several invasions. The most devastating of these occurred in 1940 when the Germans torched the city, destroying 90% of its historical centre.

Maubeuge was rebuilt under the modernist architect Andre Lurcat, who breathed life back into the city and increased the fortifications. The Renault subsidiary Maubeuge Construction Automobile has been situated in the city since 1975 and is an important part of the economy. The remains of Vauban’s fortifications including the city gates are probably the most impressive of the city’s few remaining historical sites. With all its museums, art galleries and churches there is plenty to see, whether you are here for a business break or a romantic weekend.

A two-day break
A two day break in Maubeuge is just enough time to take a whistle-stop tour around the city. While it is more modern than most of its neighbours, the few remaining historical structures are treasured and stand out amongst the backdrop of stark, white buildings. You can’t visit Maubeuge without seeing the Porte de Mons. Dating back to 1685, it is a beautiful pavilion with thick wooden doors and a well-preserved drawbridge winch. There are a number of other gates throughout the city that formed part of the Vauban fortifications and reveal a snippet of Maubeuge’s history. The Francois Duesberg Museum in Mons has a spectacular collection of Parisian pendulum clocks and some beautiful pictures and porcelain.

A week-long stay

With a whole week, you will have time to discover most of what Maubeuge has to offer. The Premiere Classe Hotel Maubeuge - Feignies is located close to the centre, making it the perfect base from which to explore the city. The church of St Peter and St Paul is an impressive structure rebuilt after the destruction brought during the Second World War. It features a beautiful glass bell tower and is decorated with a beautiful mosaic design by Jean Lurcat. The former Jesuits' College is an opulent 17th century structure with decorative arches and elaborate ceilings.

A family holiday

Children and adults alike will enjoy a trip to Maubeuge Zoo with its giraffes, hippos and intriguing white tigers.

Transport
Maubeuge is easily accessible via several motorways, including the N2 and N49 from several places including Lille, Mons, Bavay, Valenciennes and Binch. Charleroi Brussels South is the nearest international airport to Maubeuge. There is a good train service into the town, which provides links to the surrounding areas. There is also a reliable bus service within the city to help you get around during your trip.

Gastronomy
La Table du Boucher is a meat-eater's paradise with meats cooked and sliced in front of you. The meats here are delicious and succulent. For traditional French cuisine, eat at Auberge de l'Hermitage. Try a dish with locally-produced Maroilles cheese.

Events
Les Folies festival is held every year in June in Maubeuge. During the three-day festival the city is brought to life in a sea of colourful theatre, musical events and a big town picnic. The event culminates on the third day with an evening procession. The line-up of acts changes every year so everytime you visit you will see something new.

Interesting fact

Mabuse, the painter, was born in Maubeuge in 1478.

Useful links
Maubeuge Zoo official site:
http://www.zoodemaubeuge.fr/

Maubeuge bus website:
http://www.stibus.fr/site/

Maubeuge festival les folies website:
http://www.festivallesfolies.com/

Official Maubeuge tourism website:
http://www.ville-maubeuge.fr/php/index.php