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What's Montargis Like?

Museums, art and architecture are the main attractions of Montargis, along with good food and exquisite wine, so if these sound good to you, you are planning a trip to the right place. To see a fantastic castle and amazing historical grounds, pay a visit to Boulevard Belles-Manières, there are some great photo opportunities here. To get a better feel for the history of this wonderful town, paying a visit to Tanners' Museum where there are many exhibits to see and interact with should fill you in. Other historical and architectural attractions include Boulevard Durzy, Îlôt des Tanneurs and the fantastic Girodet Museum. With so much going on, why not book your accommodation with Hotels.com today?

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Montargis

Whether this is your first time travelling to France or you are a seasoned France visitor, you will find the locals friendly and accommodating. There is a very laid back approach to all and you will find the atmosphere very welcoming. This said, it is always important to be prepared for any eventualities when travelling. Although crime is not a big issue in France, preventative measures are always advisable. Don't carry too much cash or valuables and stick to walking in the publicly lit and populated areas, especially when alone. Although we hope you never need it while travelling, there is always the possibility you will need to call on some medical assistance. If this is the case, having your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is essential and you should ensure this and some comprehensive travel insurance have you covered. Other than this, there isn't much to worry about in France, so enjoy your hotel booking with Hotels.com.