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Bourges, home to historic buildings and an active arts scene, is a charming city. Well served by public transport, you'll find it easy to get out and about while staying at one of the Bourges hotels. If you want to be close to a particular attraction, take a look at our interactive map. This shows you the location of Bourges rentals at a glance. Our handy drop down sort menu enables you to view Bourges hotels in order of price, star-rating or guest-rating. To get a good idea of what to expect from your accommodation in Bourges, take a look at the photos accompanying each hotel. You may also like to read the genuine reviews from previous guests. Whether you plan on staying at one of the luxury rentals in Bourges or are looking for a cheap hotel, you'll discover the right accommodation to suit your budget with Hotels.com.

What's Bourges Like?

Bourges is in the Loire Valley region, in the centre of France. The continental climate in Bourges results in cool winters, hot summers and a small amount of rainy days throughout the year. The city boasts a rich heritage that is reflected in its architecture. Take a stroll along the quaint streets and you'll see medieval half-timbered houses. While staying at a Bourges rental, be sure to visit the world-famous 15th century Palais Jacques-Coeur, and the stunning 12th century Saint-Etienne Cathedral. A ten-minute walk from the Old Town is the 19th century Marais marshlands, which is home to quaint streams and gardens. Being centrally located in France, Bourges hotels provide a convenient base from which to tour other destinations in France.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bourges

When staying at a Hotels.com holiday rental in Bourges, follow a few simple tips to ensure you fit in with the locals. French is the main spoken language in Bourges, so it's a good idea to take a phrasebook. If you want to be sure of fitting in while out and about, remember to dress in casual chic. Mealtimes can be a lengthy affair as it is regarded to be an important time for socialising. So, if you get invited around for dinner, relax and take your time to enjoy the meal. Be mindful of what you say, the French are proud people, and may take offence to comments about their country and government. While you're under no obligation to tip in France, it's very much appreciated. The people hold strongly to the values of equality, liberty and fraternity.