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In northern France within the Picardy region lies the town of Beauvais. The town is of historical importance and has been inhabited since before the rise of the Roman Empire. Visitors are drawn to the city for the magnificent and impressive Beauvais Cathedral which has survived fires as well as two world wars. Plenty of other medieval buildings and attractions dot the city such as the church of Saint Etienne and the maladrerie. The Beauvais museum supplements the historical buildings and supply further information on the history of this ancient city. For as long as you soak up the lost stories and tales, look to the travel agents at when you select your Beauvais hotels. offers accommodations ranging from one to five stars so regardless of your budget, you'll find what you're looking for online with

What's Beauvais Like?

For many, the Beauvais Cathedral serves as the primary draw to the city. A variety of disasters and problems have befallen the Cathedral over the years. From over ambitious plans, to a fire in 1225, to the continual problems with walls and towers collapsing as the centuries wear on her frame. Despite this, fantastic stained glass windows still adorn the Cathedral and inside you can find the largest 19th century astronomical clock in the world. Near the cathedral is a museum celebrating Beauvais role in the rug and carpet industry. Elsewhere, the church of St. Etienne features Renaissance style architecture though parts of the church from its first construction in the 12th century still stand. You can also visit the maladrerie, a series of buildings where monks looked after the sickly. Still standing and able to explore are the dormitory, chapel, and barn.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Beauvais

Locally grown crops allow for a wide range of cuisines and dishes in Beauvais. Duck pate is particularly popular as is a leek pie known as flamiche. Local markets are popular and will often draw people from as far away as France. Naturally, French is the native tongue in Beauvais. Locals are always appreciative and usually friendlier when conversations begin in French. Even if you know just a few phrases, utilizing them will help you get a better response to your questions. No matter what brings you to Beauvais, you can rely on to find the perfect hotel for you.'s website offers high resolution photos of each hotel as well as independent reviews so that you can make a well informed decision when it comes to choosing your accommodations. To book, you can visit them online or download their free smartphone app.