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Located in central France, Blois is a city and capital of the Loir-et-Cher region, and is situated between Orléans and Tours. Once an independent kingdom, the Blois of today is now a popular destination for romantic getaways thanks to its Old Town and medieval cobblestone streets, as well as being just a short train journey to bigger tourist destinations such as Paris, Orléans, and Tours. With plenty of historic highlights around the city, the picturesque Blois has enough to entertain and delight anyone, whether you are looking for an authentically French experience, or would love to take in the sights and scenery. Finding and booking a hotel in a foreign country can be a stressful experience, but thanks to Hotels.com, you can find your ideal hotel in Blois for whatever your budget or expectations. Hotels.com offers thousands of user submitted reviews for hotels around the world, as well as photo galleries of the rooms and a virtual tour of the area thanks to Google maps.
What's Blois Like?The city of Blois is rich with heritage, and plenty of iconic buildings and landmarks from both its recent and more distance past can be found around every corner. History and culture buffs in particular will enjoy many of the local landmarks around the city, such as the Chateau Royal de Blois, Basilique Notre-dame De La Trinite, Blois Cathedral, Maison de la Magie, and Fondation du Doute. There is also a diverse selection of music and cultural festivals which take place throughout the year to excite and entertain almost anyone, such as the Chaumont-sur-Loire International Garden Festival, Annual History Festival, as well as both a Summer and Winter festival, to name but a few.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Blois
Blois is a city which has many of the most popular attractions and landmarks placed within a short walking distance of the city center, so a comfortable pair of walking shoes is ideal. You can find the local tourist information office at 23 place du Chateau to find out about the local attractions and upcoming festivals. Unless you already have a practical knowledge of the French language, it would be best to bring a pocket phrase book, as French people have a reputation for being difficult to communicate with in English. Of course, your experience in communicating with the locals may be different, but its always best to be prepared. You can check the Hotels.com website to see all of the local attractions and transport terminals around your hotel, so you can get to work planning your perfect holiday.