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Located in the Loire Valley, Tours is a popular city in central France. For all its modernity, Tours also reveals some old world allure. It's a stylish city with plenty of parks, cultural events, an amazing selection of outdoor markets, and a large university population. Both young and old visitors as well as those with children will feel at ease in Tours. When visitors are looking for the best Tours hotels, they know to turn to We give our guests all they need including locations all around the city and a range of special savings. Yet, it's our honest reviews by real guests that really illustrate the best hotels on, letting our guests realize that what they are looking for is closer than they think.

What's Tours Like?

A stay in Tours hotels makes it easy to get around this elegant modern city. In the older section of the city is Place Plumereau, where locals and tourists alike enjoy hanging out at the many outdoor cafes and restaurants, surrounded by old medieval style houses. The little streets around the square are full of interesting shops. One such street is Rue Colbert, which is popular with the younger, hipper crowd and features many multi cultural restaurants. The city also includes the St Gatien Cathedral, the Museum of Beaux Arts housed in the Palais des Archeveques, and the Basilica of St. Martin. Tours is a very green city and the large Jardin des Prebendes is one of the best parks as it includes a lake. Tours also has no fewer than 30 outdoor markets around the city dedicated to local food, flowers, antiques and much more.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tours

Getting around central Tours is easy on foot, but the city also has a good tramway service. Due to the large university population, there are many students who speak English working in the shops and cafes. However, it is said that the most perfect standard form of French is spoken in Tours, so using French is well worth it just to hear the locals speak it. In the summer, locals flock to the "Tours sur Loire," which has events, cafes, an outdoor cinema and dancing along the Loire river. In addition to the many wonderful wines, the region also offers truffles, rillettes, goat cheese and saffron. Find out more about Tours hotels at We put guests in the hotel right for them based on their own preferred locations and price range as well as real reviews from guests just like them.