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You will want to sit in one of the cafes (except the garish yellow one). Enjoy some wine, or a beer. Maybe some food (the Italian pizza is very good). And people watch. Don’t know how many locals frequent this area, but all of the...More
Many restaurants from which to choose. Most restaurants were very good although most travelers and some guides mentioned to avoid the "so-called famous cafe de la nuit" restaurants-named after VanGogh.
This is a lovely square and of course there are many indications of Van Gogh's presence whilst he lived in the area. Although it's relaxing to sit and have a drink or meal at one of the many restaurants/bars in the square that's it really....More
The historic centre of town, and still the centre today. The square is crowded and, as you’d expect, very tourist-oriented. Plenty of places to eat and shop should you wish, but personally I would say have a quick look then move on and explore the...More
This is a very busy but pleasant square with rushed and sweaty waiters serving scores of tourists lunch in the centre. Great place for a drink and people watching although you will pay a premium. The square has connections to Van Gogh and is centrally...More
Café Terrace at Night, one of Van Gogh's most celebrated pictures is set here at the Place du Forum. The restaurant is now called Le Café La Nuit and sports the same yellow color depicted by Van Gogh in his painting. There is even a...More
We stayed on the plaza, which is a lively place to be, many restaurants and bars line the space,there are lots of tour groups coming through the area to look at the Van Gogh restaurant opposite the Hotel de Forum, but we found a nice...More