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Tarbes is one of the largest cities in the Midi Pyrenees region in south western France. It has a quiet scenic beauty most notable for its views of the Pyrenees. However, Tarbes also features an interesting blend of horse drawn carriages, a tango festival and a large garden with roaming peacocks. Young and old couples as well as retired people can take advantage of a leisurely stay in Tarbes. lets guests find the best Tarbes hotels right from the start. We set up guests with prime searches that bring them the best in prices and locations while the hotels feature the best kind of information; real reviews by real guests. With all this, it's easy for our guests to find the best stay when booking a hotel in Tarbes.

What's Tarbes Like?

Most of Tarbes was built up in the 19th century resulting in lovely pristine buildings and gardens all around town. The town affords wonderful views of the Pyrenees, which adds to its appeal in the winter with popular ski resorts within easy reach. One will quickly notice that Tarbes is a horse city; that is due to the national stud farm that is located here. Yet, it's the parks and gardens that really add to Tarbes natural beauty. The Garden Massey is 25 acres and contains peacocks roaming the lawns along with 14th century cloisters and a museum. Tarbes also has an international student community, a large cultural scene and plenty of cafes to all help create this vibrant city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tarbes

Life in Tarbes is laid back. The local scene is best explored at places like Place de Verdun, where the lovely fountain is often the prime meeting place for locals, or the Marcadieu hall where all the local produce is sold. In Tarbes, it would be practical to speak enough basic French to get by in shops and restaurants. The tarbais bean originates from Tarbes and features heavily in local dishes including the traditional Gascon cassoulet with cured meats as well as in a Gascon style stew. Tarbes hotels are a great way to take in all that the traditional Gascony region has to offer. provides guests with a full review of each hotel by real guests and we make sure guests get the most accurate locations and prices for their travelling needs. At, guests can find that booking a hotel doesn't have to be so complicated. Book now with and start your trip to this beautiful region of southern France.