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The town of Montargis is in the northern region of central France. The town, settled along the Loing River, offers a series of beautiful bridges and canals running through the city. Medieval attractions such as the Bellegarde Castle, which has stood since the 14th century, features a unique mix of structural styles and is located quite close to the town. Near the castle stands a 12th-century church and numerous cafes and restaurants. Rounding out the area's attractions is another castle, the Yevre-le-Chatel, surrounded by traditional stone houses. For as long as you visit, make your visit a comfortable one in one of's Montargis hotels. With accommodations ranging from one to five stars, you can view and chose from a variety of hotels regardless of your budget.

What's Montargis Like?

With the Loing river running through the city, Montargis has more than 130 bridges and several canals criss-crossing through it. These waterways and rivers make for some splendid photos and turn Montargis into a beautiful place to visit. Not far from the town is the Bellegarde castle, complete with a moat and several other buildings. Originally constructed in the 14th century, the castle has been remodeled and altered several times in the years since. This gives the castle a unique flavor as various architectural styles clash and compliment one another. A church dating back to the 12th century featuring the sculptures of an accomplished local artist named Charles Desvergnes, who left his mark in the 19th century, is also close by. While damaged, the Yevre-le-Chatel castle remains open to visitors for select summer months. These tours allow you to climb the castle walls and offer views of the surrounding area, including the village ramparts and traditional stone medieval houses.

Getting Along with Locals in Montargis

The region around the Loire valley is home to high quality produce such as cherries and pears. These cherries are then used to produce a liqueur known as Guignolet. Fish, wild game, and lamb are common meat dishes. Naturally, French is the primary language in Montargis and is spoken exclusively. For those that aren't fluent, learning a few phrases to use when conversing with locals will help get friendlier and more helpful responses to your questions. Whatever brings you to Montargis, make your trip easy with a hotel.'s website includes features such as high resolution photos of each available hotel and independent reviews written by previous visitors. This way you know exactly what you're purchasing and what to expect when you walk into your room for the first time.