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How to Find the Best Chalon-sur-Saone hotels with Venere

Chalon-sur-Saone hotels allow you easy access to the sights and attractions of the town and surrounding countryside, and are available to suit all preferences. Whether you're looking for luxury 5-star accommodation or an intimate boutique hotel, you'll find inspiration at Venere. Venere continually monitors hotels in the Chalon-sur-Saone area for quality, service, and excellence, and real travelers like you rate each one on our website. This allows you to book with complete confidence while photographs of typical rooms mean that you know just what to expect for your vacation in Chalon-sur-Saone. You can even plan trips to local sights and attractions using the handy map to work out the best routes or see the distance from the airport or station.

What's Chalon-sur-Saone Like?

Chalon-sur-Saone is located in central Burgundy between the cities of Macon and Dijon. The town lies on the banks of the Saone river in the Saone et Loire departement, and the famous Canal du Centre, which links the north and south of France, also passes through. Chalon-sur-Saone is a listed town of art and history, and buildings like the Town Hall and the Church of Saint-Pierre are typical of the region's architecture. Visit Saint Vincent Cathedral in Place de Marche; the building stands where the medieval town center would have been and dates from the 8th century, though its facade was built in the 18th century. Photography fans will be delighted to learn that Nicéphore-Niepce, one of the founding fathers of the art, is from the city, and the Museum Denon exhibits a vast selection of early cameras in his honor. Chalon-sur-Saone hotels are also ideally placed for visits to nearby Dijon, home of the famous mustard, or to Macon, which gives its name to some of the region's finest wines.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Chalon-sur-Saone

Venere's Chalon-sur-Saone hotels regularly welcome visitors from all over the world, and as a result many of the locals you'll meet speak good English. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't learn a few words of French, and you can count on your attempts going down well with locals. Planned visits to some of the region's famous vineyards to see how the finest Burgundy wines are made and marketed are highly recommended. Like all French towns, Chalon-sur-Saone has its own market, where you can pick up that spicy Dijon mustard, local cheese, and of course fine wine on Friday and Saturday mornings. Take a look at the Venere website to find your ideal accommodation in Chalon-sur-Saone along with a selection of hints and tips to help you enjoy the perfect break.