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Aurillac is a sweet picturesque town in the Auvergne region of France. The serene town is neatly bordered by green pastures, hills and the Jordanne river. Aurillac makes for a mellow getaway in a region full of spectacular natural beauty. Retired couples, older groups and families will all welcome the interesting shop-filled streets, the surrounding farms, old architecture and riverside views. The area's rich agriculture means Aurillac has an excellent gastronomy scene full of local specialties. Meanwhile the chic boutiques and cafe culture keep the town lively enough. finds the best Aurrilac hotels quite simply by finding the prices and locations that matter most to our guests. Add to that, real hotel reviews from past guests, and our guests know they can expect the best possible stay in Aurillac.

What's Aurillac Like?

Aurillac has the look and feel of an old country town yet it also has the luxury of excellent shopping and great local cuisine. The Chateau of Saint-Etienne, which dates back to the 9th century, is the best place for taking in the wonderful views of the entire town. The chateau is also home to a volcano museum, in honor of the region's volcanoes. Among the town's more interesting old stone buildings, there is the Consul's House, Town Hall, the Palace of Justice, and the Church of Notre Dame aux Neiges. A stay in Aurillac wouldn't be complete without venturing beyond the main streets. Hiking through the hills or visiting local farms really shows visitors just how enticing the Auvergne landscape really is. Aurillac hotels give guests a unique country stay full of possibilities.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aurillac

Aurillac's south-central location makes it both cold in winter and hot in the summer so come prepared for extreme weather. Some beginner French is recommended for getting around shops and restaurants. Since about half of the local land is made up of farms, it's no wonder that food plays such an important role here. Cheese, such as Saint Nectaire and Auvergne Blue cheese, is very popular as is meat. A regular dish is Potee Auvergnate, a casserole made of pork meat and cabbage. knows how to get the best out of Aurillac hotels. Our reviews from real guests help guide our guests on where to stay no matter what their preferred location or price may be. It simply comes down to getting a real feel for each hotel before they get there, which is exactly what our guests get with