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One of the largest towns in France's Gascony region, Tarbes is a gateway to the Pyrenees and the south coast - as well as a wonderful urban destination in its own right. Make sure that you find the ideal Tarbes hotels by booking your next trip with Hotels.com. We list all of the best hotels in Tarbes, providing useful information about the facilities they offer as well as images of their rooms. Every listing includes a detailed location map, with distances to local attractions. Each hotel has also been reviewed and rated by our expert travellers, allowing you to make an informed choice depending on your needs. Booking Tarbes hotels could not be simpler. Just use our search engine to book now and secure great discounts for your holiday in this enchanting French destination.

What's Tarbes Like?

Sitting at the foot of the beautiful Pyrenees mountains, Tarbes is an attractive city of 110,000 people. Sights in town are plentiful and include the tranquil Massey Gardens with their military museum, a museum dedicated to French military legend Ferdinand Foch as well as the elegant Cathedral of Notre Dame de la Sede. Horse riding fans will adore Tarbes hotels as well, as the region is one of the world's great centres for horse breeding. Take riding lessons or visit stud farms to see how champions are made. Nearby, visitors to Tarbes can head to Pic du Jer, with its charming funicular railway and ancient basilica. In Winter, the Pyrenees become a leading ski destination, while in Summer, those staying in Tarbes will be within striking distance of beach resorts like Biarritz, or the artistic attractions of Bilbao. There will always be something to enjoy when taking a trip to Tarbes with Hotels.com.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tarbes

It's easy to get along with the people of Tarbes when you book a hotel on the Hotels.com website, but these handy tips can make life easier. Remember that Tarbes is in the Basque region. This means that locals will speak both French and Basque. Try learning the basics in Basque to instantly make friends. Try local foods as well. Gascony is famous for its sausages and confit duck, as well as delicious Armagnac and cheeses like Roquefort. Gascony is also a musical region, so head to festivals when possible. Tarbes hosts a fabulous Tango Festival in August, so pack your dancing shoes. July and August also see the city host a world-renowned Equestrian Festival, with some spectacular demonstrations of horsemanship. Whenever you travel with Hotels.com, Tarbes great base from which to explore a fascinating and hospitable region.