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How to Find the Best Belfort Hotels with Hotels.com

The specialist travel and accommodation website Hotels.com is the ideal place to prepare for a holiday in Belfort. The best hints and tips for enjoying a stay in the city in north-east France are available in full detail on the site. There is also an easy to use interactive map that showcases every available hotel in the city. You can filter through the Belfort hotels according to price per night and previous guests ratings and comments. In this way, Hotels.com is the perfect place to get your Belfort visit off to the best possible start. The city is famous for its rich cultural history and has been constantly lived in since Roman and Celtic times. The varied history is just one of the many reasons to visit this intriguing city.

What's Belfort Like?

Belfort is home to a number of attractions for everyone to enjoy. Why not start off your holiday with a visit to the old town? Here you will be able to discover the sites that have made the town famous in France. The Belfort Citadel is an outstanding example of militaristic fortification and is also close by to the city museum. In the same area is the Lion of Belfort, an inspiring monument to the bravery of the French soldiers who defended the city during the 103 day long siege of Belfort between 1870-1871. Belfort Cathdral is also well worth a visit and is located in the main section of the old town. Hotels.com will help you find all of these places in great detail. The cafes, restaurants and bars are well known for their terrific flavours of food and drink. The local dishes draw from Alsace and Franche-Comté to bring about truly inspiring tastes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Belfort

A stay in one of the excellent Belfort hotels will provide the perfect opportunity to discover the city's most exciting aspects. The locals are well known for their friendly and understanding attitudes and will do their best to assist travellers in anything they might need. The area attracts visitors from all over the world and staff at hotels, shops and restaurants are used to dealing with all kinds of inquiries. It is a good idea to practice a little basic French before you depart, just in case you need directions or advice from a passer by. The city itself is extremely well organised with sign posts appearing at regular intervals throughout the town. Check out Hotels.com for the latest information, an easy to use map and everything else you need to know.