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Low cost hotel in Poitiers - 4 km from downtown
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Hotel CAMPANILE POITIERS - Site du Futuroscope
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Hotel Kyriad Poitiers - Jules Verne Site du Futuroscope
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Poitiers is a city situated on the Clain river in west central France. It is a commune and the capital of the Vienne department and of the Poitou-Charentes region. A city full of history, its centre is most notable for the predominant remains of historical architecture, especially from the Roman period. With a quarter of its population students it is both a city of history as well as university town full of life.

Founded by the Pictones, a Gaulish tribe, Poitiers is the former capital of Poitou, the region governed by the Counts of Poitiers in the Middle Ages. A pivotal turning point came in AD 732 when somewhere near Poitiers the cavalry of Charles Martel defeated the Muslim forces of Abd ar-Rahman, governor of Córdoba, thus ending Muslim attempts to conquer France. In 1356 the Battle of Poitiers took place which was a key victory for the English in the Hundred Years’ War. During the 19th century, many army bases were built in Poitiers because of its central and strategic location and it became a garrison town, despite its distance from France's borders.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know all that the wonderful city of Poitiers has to offer. Premiere Classe Hotel Poitiers Futuroscope – Chasseneuil  is right next to Futuroscope which is where you will want to spend your first day. It is a theme park based upon multimedia, cinematographic and audio-visual techniques with many cinemas and attractions and makes for fun-filled day out. For your second day why not take in the sights of Baptistere Saint Jean (the oldest church in France) and the Palace of Poitiers before paying a visit to the Musee Sainte-Croix.

A one-week break

A whole week is the perfect amount of time to get the full unique Poitiers experience as well as that of the surrounding Poitou-Charentes region. A popular destination is Ile d’Oleron – the second largest island in France. As well as stunning beaches to swim and surf in, there are many interesting old buildings to see as well as horse riding around the island. Also in the region that are worth a visit are Saint-Jean-d’Angely, famous for its royal abbey, and Saintes, with its Roman ruins.

A family holiday
Poitiers is a great place to take the whole family ! Whether it is seeing a Poitiers Basket 86 basketball game, catching a show at Le Confort Moderne or relaxing in the Jardin des Plantes de Poitiers there is something for everybody !

Poitiers is served by Poitiers-Biard Airport which is located 2.4km west of the town and offers flights to Lyon, London and Birmingham. The town’s train station, lying on the TGV Atlantique line, is in the valley to the west of the old town centre. Services run to Angouleme, Limoges, La Rochelle, Paris and Bordeaux. If you are driving Poitiers is halfway between Paris and Toulouse on the A10 motorway. A bus network, operated by Vitalis, serves the town and its station is near the train station.

The region of Poitou Charentes boasts some exquisite food that has to be sampled when visiting. A traditional dish, often eaten as a starter, is the ‘farci poitevin’. It is a stuffed herb pate made up of leeks, cabbage, lettuce, spinach, eggs, onion and pork. A traditional desert is the ‘torteau fromage’ which is a spongy yellow cheesecake with a black crust. Other local treasures include snails, goat cheeses and local beans called ‘mojhettes’.

has a wide range of cultural events throughout the year with something to please everybody. The Poitiers Carnival in March is a real highlight which includes parades, costumes, free food, work shops for children and plenty more. The Expressives Festival in October is a street and circus arts festival which showcases the discovery of new talent and of emerging cultures and artistic genres. Other highlights include the UFO festival in November, the Filming Work Festival in February and the Corps Dance Festival in April.

Interesting fact
A third of the people in Poitiers are under 30, and a quarter are students.

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