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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Dijon was one of the greatest European cities during the 14th and 15th centuries and was firmly under control of the Duke of Burgundy. Dijon remains a bustling city that is very modern and has loads to discover courtesy of the large number of historical medieval buildings that can be found there. Dijon is clean and pleasant and if you are visiting, you will really enjoy yourself for both the lovely atmosphere and beautiful sights. It is highly recommended that you spend a night in this fabulous city so you have enough time to make the most of your visit.
You can find the small village of Cormatin to the North of Cluny in the Southern part of Burgundy. Apart from its beauty, many people visit to see its castle. Cormatin Chateau was built during the 17th century and features some beautiful parkland and gardens set in the countryside of Burgundy. The chateau also features a moat and you enter it through an intricate doorway made from stone. What you find inside is a remarkable interior.
If you are a fan of history and culture, you should pay a visit to Cluny Abbey which is an important historical site in the Saône-et-Loire department of Burgundy very close to Macon. The abbey began its life during the early part of the 10th century. The first building was constructed in approximately 927 but was rebuilt 70 years later and replace by amore imposing building built to house the relics of Saint Paul and Saint Peter. By the end of the 11th century, the church was once again rebuilt and it is these buildings from the third reconstruction that we see today.