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Whether you're planning a vacation or a business break, you'll find that one of's Millau hotels is the perfect base. Millau is popular with families, groups of friends, singles and couples, and has made it easy to find the hotels that best suit your needs. A secure and easy to use website provides you with all you need to choose places to stay in Millau, and has teamed up with some of the city's most inviting and comfortable hotels. You can select the budget or quality level you want, and a selection of clear photographs lets you have a good look at what you can expect your rooms to be like. Make use of the location map to work out the distance from your chosen Millau accommodation to the airport, or to local sights and attractions such as that famous viaduct.

What's Millau like?

Millau is located in the Midi-Pyrenees region of south west France, and's Millau hotels are all within easy reach of popular sights like the Millau Viaduct. The viaduct is the tallest cabled bridge in the world, and it crosses the Tarn river valley close to the town. History fans will love seeing the remains of Pont Vieux, the 'old bridge' that dates from the 12th century or the Belfry, an iconic square bell tower from the same period. The Jardin botanique des Causses in Avenue Charles de Gaulle is a wonderful place to discover the plants of the southern Massif Central and the limestone Causses landscape, while kids are sure to enjoy an outing to the Micropolis insect farm in nearby Averyron. Be sure to visit the city's superb cast iron market hall, or discover the secrets of cheese making at the Roquefort Caves just a short distance from your hotel in Millau.

How to get along with locals in Millau

Millau is a popular destination with both outdoor enthusiasts and history and culture fans, and most locals do speak some English. Take the time to learn a little French to impress locals as you join them for a more authentic market experience on either Wednesday or Friday morning. Dine in style in Millau restaurants where you can try dishes like Aligot, a delicious cheese and potato puree which is served with sausage or pork. Be sure to leave room for the region's 'croustade' apple pie, accompanied of course by a piece of Roquefort cheese. For more ways to make your visit a real success, take a look at where you'll also find a range of great Millau accommodation.