Cheap Hotels in Tours
A 15-minute walk from Vieux-tours and Plumereau Square, Mercure Tours Centre Gare is located in the city center, 5 minutes from the SNCF train station and Congress Center, and 15 minutes from the fairgrounds and Grand Hall. With free wifi in all its spacious, soundproofed and air-conditioned rooms, you can relax during your business stay or even leisure with your family, in the Loire castles region.
Quick Palace Hotel
This lovely hotel can be found in Tours. The accommodation comprises a total of 59 snug guests rooms. This accommodation does not accept pets.
Aparthotel Adagio access Tours Hotel
Right in the heart of Tours' business district, the Adagio Access Tours is located between the TGV train station and the Palais des Congrès (convention center). This 3-star holiday residence boasts 98 spacious, fully-equipped apartments with kitchens, ranging from 2-person studios to 2-room apartments for 4 people, and almost all with a balcony or terrace. The city center is a few minutes' walk away, with buses and trams close by. Direct access to the A10 highway.
B&B Hôtel Tours Nord 2 La petite Arche Hotel
Hôtel Inn Design Tours
ibis budget Tours Centre Gare Hotel
Appart'City Confort Tours Hotel
ibis Tours Centre Gare Hotel
The Hotel Ibis Tours Centre Gare is located 300 m from the train station and Congress Center. Open 24/7 with 139 rooms, a REGENT BISTRO restaurant, and a fresh-produce kitchen. Only 15 min from the city center and 5 min from the A10, it is the ideal location for your business or leisure trips. In the center of the Loire Valley, the Ibis Tours Centre hotel offers easy access to all castles by car or bike.
ibis budget Tours Nord Hotel
Hotels in Tours
Commanding a central location and nourished by the bucolic richness of the Loire Valley, Tours is a city that expresses the true essence of France. A smart, cosmopolitan city with a robust character and proud of its sturdy rural values, Tours is a good place to appreciate the best of both worlds. Tours hotels cater to all budgetary requirements, providing informative local knowledge on Tours and the wider Touraine area.
As a region bursting with cultural and historical wonders, it's no surprise that Tours is known as Châteaux country. Only a short distance from Tours, you will discover a land dotted with exquisitely decorated Châteaux. Some of which are world famous for expressing in gorgeous, finely crafted stone the creative flare and sophistication unique to aristocratic rural France.
Châteaux Amboise, towering over the Loire River for centuries, is a visually impressive fortified château. The royal palace is famous primarily for being the final resting place of Leonardo Da Vinci and a fascinating museum provides you with a poignant picture of how the great man spent his remaining days. The small house in which he lived is homely and picturesque, perfect for a quiet walk among the gardens. Other great châteaux of the region include the sumptuous Château Villandry, with its intricate network of immaculate gardens, and the stunning Château d'Azay-le-Rideau.
After a lovely walk around the bustling medieval centre, the Cathedral of St Gatien is well worth a visit. Beautifully ornate, the cathedral is a Gothic tour-de-force with the 13th century vitraux (stained glass) a wonderfully complex feast of coloured light. Elsewhere, the Museum of Fine Arts contains a diverse range of masterpieces along with a pretty garden that provides a perfect excuse to relax and unwind.
The Musee de Compagnonnage is a unique museum showcasing the best and brightest displays of craftsmanship during Tour's history. This is a remarkable collection celebrating the skills of the city's craftsmen, fine-tuned to perfection and certainly worthy of admiration.
Centred along the popular Rue Nationale, Tours offers an array of retail highlights. You'll find plenty of the familiar brands in the Galeries Lafayette, whilst more unique outlets such Nature et Découverte, where everything has a wildlife theme, can also be explored. The historic rue Colbert hosts an attractive variety of specialist stores including art, fashion and gift stores. Tours is definitely a chic place to shop.
Tours has a number of regional specialities including the Tourte Tourangelle (a pork-filled pastry) and the, rather less appetizing, rillette de pigeon. Luckily, with the Loire Valley so densely fertile, many of Tours restaurants boast fresh local fish, exquisite cheeses and the very finest regional wines from nearby Vouvray and Montlouis. The Moliere bar is particularly recommended, along with Le Petit Patrimoine for some old-world class.
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