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Here at Hotels.com, we have used our professional knowledge and expertise to bring you a brilliant selection of Vierzon Hotels to choose from. Whether you need something affordable and comfortable for all the family, or a luxurious chamber just for yourself, our list of the top Vierzon Hotels is sure to have plenty of places that will inspire you. We have helped to make it easy for you to choose a hotel by including photographs of each accommodation option. We also accompany our listings of Vierzon Hotels with ratings from previous guests, so that you can always book with confidence. Located right in the centre of France, surrounded by some amazing countryside, Vierzon is an architecturally beautiful place and a lovely location in which to unwind.

What's Vierzon Like?

Vierzon is famous for its churches and other historic buildings, and the oldest of these, the church of Notre Dame, dates right back to the twelfth century. Other key historic sights to visit in Vierzon include two castles: the castle of La Noue dates back to the 18th century whilst Chaillot is a fifteenth century castle. Another handsome building to visit is La Gaillardière, which is a spacious old manor house. This municipality is also home to some fascinating museums. Make sure to pay a visit to the Le Musée de Vierzon, which is filled with exhibits relating to the history and culture of the region, dating right back to its Norman past and beyond. The elegant Musée des Fours Banaux, meanwhile, will transport you right back to the Middle Ages and is particularly well known for its exquisite selection of old clocks.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vierzon

As French is the main language spoken here, it is a great idea to learn a few phrases to use as you interact with locals. One very useful phrase if you didn't quite catch what somebody said, for instance, is 'parlez plus lentement, s'il vous plait', or 'speak more slowly, please'. You can also start off by asking someone if they speak English by saying 'parlez-vous anglais?' Note that in both cases here, the polite form 'vous' is used, as this is the correct form for speaking to people that you do not know very well. The informal form of the word 'you', 'tu', is used when speaking to close friends and family members, and to children if you are an adult. At Hotels.com we have so much detailed local knowledge about Vierzon and we used this to help us create a fabulous selection of hotels in the region for you to browse, so why not book through us today?