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Want to visit a French city full of history? Then make sure the city of Belfort and Premiere Classe Hotel Belfort are your number one destination!

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Belfort is a city in north-eastern France in the Franche-Comte region, situated between Lyon and Strasbourg. It also lies in the Territoire de Belfort department. It is located on the Savoureuse river as well as on the strategically important route between the Rhine and the Rhone rivers – the Belfort Gap – meaning visitors are attracted by its natural surroundings as well as its history.

Belfort was recorded as being granted a charter in 1307. Previously an Austrian possession, Belfort was transferred to France by the Treaty of Westphalia, in 1648, which ended the Thirty Years' War. Until 1871 Belfort was part of the Haut-Rhin department in Alsace. The Siege of Belfort, between 3rd November 1870 and 18th February 1871 was successfully resisted until the garrison was ordered to surrender 21 days after the armistice between France and Prussia. Because this part of Alsace was French speaking, while the rest of the region was German speaking, the area around Belfort was not annexed by the Prussians. It formed, as it still does, the Territoire de Belfort, attracting many tourists today.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know all that the city of Belfort has to offer. Premiere Classe Hotel Belfort is just a short walk from the city centre, however you will want to visit La Citadelle Belfort first which is just outside the centre. The fortress has protected the important route since the 17th century and it offers a light, sound and video animated trail through its moats. Next you will want to head to the Lion of Belfort, a sculpture representing the city’s resistance against the siege in the Franco-Prussian War. For your second day why not pay the old town a visit and admire its colourful facades and red sandstone of the region, which includes the St Christopher’s Cathedral and the City Hall.

A one-week break

A whole week is the perfect amount of time to really get to know the city of Belfort. The city has some excellent museums, with highlights including the Museum of Art and History which can be found in the Citadelle and the Donation Jardot which showcases some of the best modern art of the region. There is plenty of shopping to be had in the city, especially around the Faubourg de France, while the area offers some excellent places for hiking, including the 650m Salbert Hill which offers superb views of the city. The nearby protected site of Ballon d’Alsace has many trails for hiking while in the winter there is both alpine and cross-country skiing.

A family holiday

Belfort is a great place to take the whole family! The busy flea market, taking place on the first Sunday of each month, offers many bargains and attracts neighbours from Switzerland, Germany and Italy. The Maulsacy site is a great place for spotting a wide range of birds, while the city also boasts a tourist train to help you explore!

Belfort-Montebeliard TGV Station is part of the LGV Rhin-Rhone line and has both national and international trains passing through it. The station offers connections to Paris, Dijon, Lyon and Strasbourg to name a few. The station is in the downtown area which is about a thirty minute bus ride to the city centre. If you are driving then Belfort is close to the A36 which heads towards Lyon and Strasbourg, the RN19 towards Paris and the RN83 also towards Lyon and Strasbourg. Optymo operate the local bus network while there are 70km of cycling tracks around the city. Stay at the Premiere Classe Hotel Belfort to be close to the city centre.

The food of the Franche-Comte region is very tasty and the dishes are based around being rustic and warm. ‘Comte veal scallops’ are a huge favourite and are veal scallops served with mushrooms in a creamy sauce. Other classics from the region include ‘coq au vin’ (braised chicken cooked with wine, lardoons, mushrooms and garlic) and ‘poularde aux morilles’ (fattened hen in a white wine sauce) while wine poached pears are a favourite for desert.

Belfort offers a wide range of cultural events throughout the year that are all well worth a visit if you are in town at the right time. Its biggest event is the Festival International de Musique Universitaire in May – a huge festival home to 2500 musicians from around the world that are mostly students. There are over 350 concerts over three days. Another large event is Eurockeennes, one of France’s largest rock festival. It is held in June and based in a nature reserve. The Belfort Tattoo Convention takes place each April showcasing some of the hottest tattoo artists around.

Interesting fact

is known as the last stronghold during the 1870 Prussian War.

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