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Premiere Classe Hotels welcome you to Blois in France.

Come and discover Blois and its surroundings. Premiere Classe hotels invite you to discove the city's history with the Chateau de Blois and many other attractions.

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available 27 october 2017

PREMIERE CLASSE BLOIS NORD
3 km from downtown
Restaurant Wifi access Shower Air conditionned HandyRoom Free closed parking in the hotel

The Première Classe Hotel Blois welcomes you for a relaxing stay to explore the Blois (...) see hotel description

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CAMPANILE BLOIS SUD - Vineuil
2 km from downtown

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CAMPANILE BLOIS NORD
3 km from downtown

Your Campanile Hotel-Restaurant Blois is 4km from Blois town centre and SNCF train st (...) See hotel description

Blois is the capital of the Loir-et-Cher department in the Centre region of France. It is located between Orleans and Tours on the fertile banks of the river Loire. Blois is a historical city and has been the scene of many bloody battles. It is a regal city which was once home to Louis XII and Francois I. Both kings have left their distinctive marks on the city.

The infamous Joan of Arc used Blois as a base in 1429 before leading the French army into victory against the English in The Battle of Orleans. The Nazis were the last to occupy Blois before it was liberated from them by the Americans in 1944. Today it is a lively city with opulent architecture, friendly taverns and lush scenery. Culture and art lovers will enjoy a holiday in Blois.

A two-day break
In two days you have just enough time to explore this historical and wonderful city. Stroll down the lively streets and have a drink in a traditional tavern. Later, visit the ornate Chateau de Blois, which was once home to French kings. The Premiere Classe Hotel Blois nord is the perfect base from which to explore the chateau.

A week-long stay
In a whole week you can explore Blois at your leisure. Wander down to the nearby Foret de Rossy, a lush woodland with a variety of plants and birds, situated in the south of the city. Visit the riverbank at night where the beautiful bridge is illuminated and looks truly breathtaking. Head into the old city and explore the 17th century Cathedrale St-Louis and its fantastic bell tower. End your trip with a visit to Musée de l’Objet, where you can see a collection based on the ideas of the artist Eric Fabre, who used everyday materials to create art. Other artists featured include Dali and Man Ray.

A family holiday
Visitors young and old will love La Maison de la Magie Robert-Houdin (The House of Magician Robert-Houdin). This is the only public museum in Europe which combines a collection of magic with a permanent centre for performance and is directly linked to Houdin. There are regular shows here which are simply spectacular.

Transport
There is a good bus service within the city itself and tours are the city and the surrounding areas are available. The train service connects to many nearby places, including Amboise, Tours and Orleans. There are also trains to Paris. If you would rather drive yourself around there are several car hire companies to choose from in Blois.

Gastronomy
There are eateries to suit a range of tastes and budgets in Blois. L’Orangerie is an upmarket restaurant opposite the chateau, serving haute cuisine. Specialities include foie gras and duck liver. Au Bouchon Lyonnais is a quaint bistro with traditional food. Try the snails or the duck steaks.

Events
Blois hosts festivals and events throughout the year. Some favourites include: the International Garden Festival, held from October every year, where landscape gardeners from across the globe create fun and quirky themed gardens which you can explore, and “The Story of Blois” Sound and Light Show, which is held every night from April to September and brings the ornate architecture in Blois to life through sound effects, projections and coloured lights.

Interesting fact
Blois is home to the Poulain chocolate factory and has been for more than 150 years. However, as the recipes are top secret, visits are prohibited.

Useful links
Bus information:
http://www.tub-blois.fr/

Train information:
http://ww.ter-sncf.com/Region/centre/gare/Blois.aspx