Accommodation in France
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Accommodation in France Information
France is a beautiful country that is just ready to be explored. France has everything you could want for a holiday, from the beautiful beaches of Southern France, historical landmarks such as the Eiffel tower through to the 'razz-a-ma-tazz' of Monaco - France certainly has something for everyone! If you are not travelling as part of a package holiday you will want to find some accommodation to suit your budget - be that a backpacker's hostel or a quaint French chateau. We've listed the top providers above to help make your decisions easier.
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Aurillac can be found in the Cantal region in the south west part of Auvergne. The town lies on the banks of the River Jourdanne and has an elevation of 2000 feet.
Aurillac contains some stunning views because it is situated in High Auvergne and many people in France rate it as being one of the most scenic areas in the country.
Historically the town of Aurillac has been known as the home of the umbrella and it still manufacturers around half of all French made umbrellas which amounts to about 250,00
Regardless of which direction you arrive in Auch you will find a prestigious ensemble of architecture such as the Staircase, St Mary’s Cathedral, the Tower of Armagnac and the Prefecture.
The town of Auch has developed on and around a hell on the western banks of the River Gers just west of Toulouse. The town is a commercial centre and farm market and does important trade in grain, wine, poultry and Armagnac brandy.
There is a strong historical tradition in Amiens and one of the most popular attractions without doubt is the cathedral of Notre Dame. This building is the largest Gothic structure in all of France and was built over a very short time period in contrast with most churches. Notre Dame is unique and has been described as the ‘parthenon of Gothic architecture’.
Any visitor to Amiens should check out St. Lieu which is the city’s old quarter and was once the centre of the region’s textile industry. When you arrive there you will find old cobbled streets which are lined with a collection of Flemish and Dutch style cottages and pretty colombage houses.