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Arras is found in northern France in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. Over 2,000 years old, the city is renowned for its outstanding beauty with stylish districts and architecture. The town hall is even listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is well situated as well, making it easy to go to and from Paris, Lille, the English Channel, and Brussels. Beyond the lively city center, Arras is balanced by a quiet country scene full of hills and fields. Couples will really embrace the city's pleasant scenery, which is so easy to take in. lets visitors find the best Arras hotels from the very start. Visitors can search a wide range of locations and prices and, best of all, discover all of the relevant details through reviews left by real guests.

What's Arras Like?

In the heart of Arras are two large squares, La Grand' Place and La Place des Héros, surrounded by arcades with bright stone houses on top made in the Flemish-Baroque style. The Gothic town hall and belfry is eye catching as well. The Boves are a unique place to visit, making up a network of tunnels beneath the city. The Art District is home to a regal old theater as well as a small theater and exhibition space in a trendy private townhouse called Hôtel de Guînes. The Abbey District contains a range of interesting buildings including the Museum of Beaux-Arts and the modern cathedral. Arras also has seasonal features: the biggest Christmas market in the north of France and a summer music festival that attracts big headlining acts. Arras hotels top off a well-rounded visit and add to the wonderful vibe of this city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Arras

One important tip when coming to Arras is that the final "s" in the name, unlike many French words, is actually pronounced. Coming to Arras with some basic French will prove very helpful as well. Arras' local population is distinctly younger rather than older, while the culture itself embraces some Flemish influences. The main specialty dish of Arras is Andouillettes, which is chitterlings sausage with mashed potatoes or fries. However, another popular local food is moules frites, or mussels and fries. gets visitors right to their destination fully prepared for their stay. We seek out a diverse range of Arras hotels to partner with and make sure guests are rewarded with the best savings. Meanwhile, our reviews from past hotel guests add further sincerity to the booking process as well as the entire stay in Arras.