Enter this picturesque courtyard and former fruit and vegetable market, now converted into a beautiful garden. On the strike of noon, the sun-drenched terraces quickly fill up, revealing a pedestrian zone in the heart of the city, dressed in greenery and refreshed by fountains. The square draws in the hip, artistic crowds and it has become a very fashionable area with the influx of bars, restaurants, theaters and concert halls. When the sun goes down, the nightspots awake. Opposite the Cours Julien you'll find Place Carli, and the surrounding streets jam-packed with antiques and second-hand shops. Don't forget to browse through the little bookstores in front of the Regional Conservatory of Music and the Municipal Archives.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Métro: Notre-Dame-du-Mont