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Tours is the main town of the Loire valley, a prosperous and well-preserved place in one of the most beautiful regions of France. The skyline of Tours is appropriately dominated by the towers of the cathedral St-Gatien. The old town around the cathedral has been lovingly restored, with the elegant streets lined with half-timbered houses and chic restaurants. The south of Tours features an interesting old pilgrim quarter. Tours has numerous museums to attract lovers of art, antiquities and, inevitably for a town on the Loire, wine. is among the world's leading online accommodation sites and can offer a great choice of Tours hotels to suit any preferences or budget. Use the site to reserve the best value Tours rooms and look forward to a relaxing stay close to the Loire.

What's Tours Like?

Tours has a refined and elegant air, particularly in the picturesque streets of the old quarter. Place Plumereau is a highlight, featuring delightful period houses, notably the Ecole des Langues Vivantes with its ornate and playful sculptures. The imposing cathedral is also decorative, with ornate Gothic details and impressive stained glass. The cathedral's cloisters of La Psalette are regarded as one of the most significant medieval monuments in France. Nearby, the art museum features a Rembrandt among a diverse collection housed in graceful 17th and 18th-century rooms furnished in period style. On rue Nationale, the wine museum is housed in the 12th-century cellars of the abbey of St-Julien and offers detailed exhibitions about the cultivation of vineyards in the area. Some of the 21st-century results can be tasted in the bars of the rue Colbert, which also offers restaurants serving local cuisine. Tours hotels offer the ideal base for a leisurely exploration of the town.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tours

Tours is not a mass tourism destination so you may need to reach for the French phrasebook to get by in bars and restaurants. Be aware of the town's aversion to Tuesday. Many of the main attractions and museums are closed on that day. Tours restaurants specialise in Loire cuisine, which features a number of game dishes along with wild mushrooms. Cycling is a great way to explore Tours and the surrounding Loire Valley. Hire shops in town can provide bikes, maps and suggested routes. features honest and accurate guest reviews to help you narrow down our selection of Tours hotels to the one that best fits your needs. Use the interactive map feature to locate the major tourist attractions and the best routes for your arrival.