Ste. Genevieve  is a small city (population approx. 4,500) in south east Missouri, in the United States of America. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi river, it was founded in 1735. The first European settlement west of the river, it has the oldest brick building, still intact, west of the river today (The Old Brick restaurant). It's of French and German heritage.
From the north (one-hour drive from St. Louis) or the south take I-55, exit #150, then approx. 5 miles east on highway 32.
You'll have to drive. Within the historical district (downtown) walking is also reasonable.
There are several French colonial buildings downtown.