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Low cost hotel in Charleville-Mézières - 7 km from downtown
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The Ardennes is still a relatively undiscovered area of northern France, though its valleys and forests which border the river Meuse make it popular with walkers and nature enthusiasts. The many lakes in the region also mean it is an ideal destination for fishing and watersports. Charleville-Mezières is the main town, originally two towns joined by a bridge over the river Meuse, with the Premiere Classe Charleville-Mezieres only a few minutes from the town centre.

Although now an area of tranquillity, the region’s history is much more turbulent than meets the eye. Its strategic location meant it played a significant role in many wars, particularly World War II when it was annexed to Germany. Evidence of its military past can be seen in the several fortresses and fortified churches across the region. Sedan, a commune in the east, has been involved in many conflicts, most famously in 1870 when Napoleon III lost the Franco-Prussian war.

A two-day break:

For a peaceful two-day trip away, the Ardennes is a perfect destination. Though tranquil, the area is steeped in history to be discovered during your stay. Explore some of the medieval ramparts and fortifications that are still present, visiting the star-shaped fortress town of Rocroi and its museum explaining how the fortifications were improved by military artist Vauban in 1675. Spend the second day in the town of Charleville-Mézières and Place Ducale, which has great shopping arcades, and pick up a bite to eat at the local market.

A week-long stay:

Spend an afternoon at the Forest Museum in Renwez, which gives a great insight into the history of the Ardennes. Close by is a beautiful beach, where you can take a dip in the Lac des Vieilles Forges. Another must-visit whilst in the area is Sedan, the largest fortified castle in Europe, which has played a part in some of the biggest wars in history.

A family holiday:

Since 1941, Charleville-Mézières has been the world centre for marionettes and puppeteers, when Jacques Felix introduced a puppet theatre. Children of all ages will be enthralled by the performances that take place every day. The Great Puppeteer’s Clock, which is built into the Institut de la Marionette, presents an episode from the legend "The Four Sons of Aymon" every hour from 10am to 9pm, and is not to be missed.


The Premiere Classe Charleville-Mezieres Hotel is the perfect base if driving to Ardennes, as it is located near the A203 and beside the N51. There are also SNCF trains from many towns in the region, which make connecting to Paris, as well as further afield, an easy task.


Ardennes is known for its hearty cuisine, so be sure to try specialities such as wild boar pâté and Jambon des Ardennes. Many popular dishes are locally sourced, so wild mushrooms as well as fish from the rivers are found in abundance. The brie found here is also worth a taste, due to its closeness to Meaux, the brie capital of France.


Visitors from all over the world come to the World Festival of Puppet Theatres, which has been taking place in Ardennes since 1961. Streets, courtyards and sports halls are taken over by puppets of all types, with other entertainment such as mime artists and musicians. Performers from many nations come to take part in this not-to-be missed event.

Interesting fact:

For much of its history, the Ardennes was seen as unsuitable for military operations due to its dense forest. However, it became an area for many battles during World War I and II, when many of the towns in the region were badly damaged.

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