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Cahors is located in the northern Midi-Pyrenees in the Lot department of France. Essentially the town is made up of a peninsula on the Lot river. Surrounded by green hills, the town is best known for its deep full-bodied wines and medieval bridge. The older town with its medieval lanes and houses are well balanced by large 19th-century boulevards full of cafes and gardens. Of course, wine lovers will enjoy this well-known flavorful wine region while older couples and groups can take in the scenery at a slow pace. A visit to Hotels.com shows just how easy it is to find the best Cahors hotels. Our pinpointed searches include finding excellent locations at the best prices while our reviews by real guests let our visitors make sure they are really getting what they see.
What's Cahors Like?
Bordering the western part of Cahors is the interesting 14th century Valentré Bridge, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Boulevard Gambetta, with its many cafes, runs through the center of town illustrating the more modern part of town with 19th century constructed streets and buildings. The older town includes winding narrow lanes, ancient townhouses, Baroque-style entryways and the domed Cathedral of Saint Etienne. Twice a week in front of the cathedral is a local market featuring the best of the region's produce. A unique treat for visitors is a pathway laid out for tourists that traverses the best horticulture spots in town from landscaped open gardens to lush hidden ones behind enclosed walls. Cahors hotels makes a stay in Cahors even easier as one goes from popular cafes to strolling down scenic streets to tasting wines among the hills.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cahors
Sun-drenched hours at cafes or sampling some local reds at a nearby winery are perhaps the best ways to get a true sense of Cahors' lifestyle. The picturesque town center is never too dull while an old university in town adds some student vitality to the local scene. French is definitely recommended so come prepared with at least a few key basic phrases. Cahors rich selection of food includes cheeses like Rocamadour goat cheese and Bleu des Causses, walnuts served in every possible form, pates, ducks and geese as well as truffles. Comfort isn't just something associated with Cahors hotels, but with the entire Hotels.com experience of finding one. Our guests can take comfort in finding a variety of locations offered in their price range while being able to rely on detailed reviews from real guests.