By reservation at the Tourist Office | By phone : +33 (0)3 24 55 69 90 | By email : email@example.com | Visit in French from 11am to 11.45am | Public adults and children from 12 years old | Limited places 6 people maximum | 150 steps | Price : 5€/person | Meeting point : Charleville Tourist Office - 24, Place Ducale
It is the highest point of view on the ideal city of Charles de Gonzaga. Reflecting the architecture of the years 1830-1850, it offers an exceptional view of the city of Charleville and beyond.
Unique Belfry of the Ardennes department, it is much more recent than those of the North of France.
But beware, the panorama seen from the lookout post has to be deserved! One hundred and fifty steps separate the ground from this exclusive horizon. But when you're at the top... The perspective on the blue slate roofs of the Place Ducale, which contrasts with the green trees of Mount Olympus, will never leave you indifferent. And all the more so if autumn has already taken hold...
Each season, a new view, new details... The colours of the Berthaucourt plateau, which change over time, contrast with the colours of the majestic Basilica of Notre Dame d'Espérance in Mézières.
While the bell tower of the Mézières town hall is easy to find, your accompanied landscape reading will take you even further.
Will you be up to the task of finding typical Ardennes villages such as Aiglemont or Montcy Notre-Dame?