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Let the team at Hotels.com find you your dream hotel in Aurillac. We have worked with the very best Aurillac Hotels to bring you a great selection of places to stay. From spacious and elegant accommodation for a truly luxurious holiday to comfy family rooms that are close to all the best attractions, we have something to suit everyone in our range of Aurillac Hotels. All of these Aurillac Hotels are illustrated with candid photographs of the rooms and hotel exteriors so that you can see just what each hotel is like. In addition, each hotel in Aurillac that we list is accompanied by useful reviews from other Hotels.com users who have stayed at that hotel before. Located at the foot of the beautiful Cantal mountains, and situated in a great wine growing region too, Aurillac is a wonderful place to spend a relaxing holiday.

What's Aurillac Like?

Aurillac combines beautiful architecture with plenty of opportunities for both foodies and keen hikers to enjoy themselves to the full. The Aurillac region is popular with people love walking tours as the Cantal mountain range offers splendid scenery and the potential for either energetic climbing holidays or gentle walks through the lush countryside. Overlooking the city is the majestic castle known as the Chateau of Saint-Etienne, which dates back to the 9th century. This is a great place to visit, as is the Art and Archaeology Museum (or Musée d'art et d'archéologie d'Aurillac in French) which lovers of culture and history should not miss. If you are interested in geology at all, or if you just like your museums to be unique and quirky, then make sure to head on down to the Musée des volcans or Museum of Volcanoes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aurillac

The locals are particularly proud of the region's fine wines. So why not learn a little about one in case you strike up a conversation in a bar and the conversation turns (inevitably) to the deliciousness of the wine. As the Museum of Volcanoes will show you, Aurillac and its environs enjoys a rich and fertile type of soil that is perfect for growing grapes for full bodied wine. A mix of clay, gravel and calcareous subsoil is responsible for its delectable flavour. At Hotels.com, we have so much local knowledge about Aurillac, covering areas from its food to its culture and history. We used our know how to bring you a list of the best hotels in Aurillac for your holiday.