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How to Find the Best Moulins hotels with Venere

Choosing Moulins hotels is the first step to a memorable vacation in the beautiful Auvergne region of France, and at Venere you'll find some of the most comfortable and inviting hotels around. Venere has selected accommodations in Moulins to suit every budget and partnered with some of the city's best hotels to make it simple for you to book your stay with confidence. Thanks to a unique rating system that allows previous guests to evaluate Moulins hotels, you won't be in for any surprises and can rely on getting exactly what you expect. Photographs on the Venere website allow you to see typical rooms, and a handy map shows you exactly where each hotel in Moulins is in relation to the sights you want to see. The city is just north of Vichy, and Venere's hotels in Moulins are within easy reach of all the main attractions.

What's Moulins Like?

Moulins is in central France in the Alliers department of Auvergne, and there are attractions to appeal to everyone. History fans will enjoy seeing iconic monuments like the 14th-century Cathedral of Notre-Dame et Sacre-Coeur, which is known for its beautiful stained glass windows and impressive bell towers. Bell towers are quite a feature in the city, and Moulins hotels are also close to the Jacquemart tower. This 16th-century tower was once part of the city walls, and kids will love watching the animated characters who emerge when the bell strikes the hour. Learn more about the region at the Pavilion de Beaujeu with its exhibits relating to the Dukes of Burgundy, or visit the National Center for Costumes, which will be of particular interest to film and theater fans. The town is ideally located for visits to Vichy, while children will love the fact that all accommodation near Vichy is close to the Parc d'Attractions et Animalier zoo.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Moulins

The city is an inspired choice for romantic breaks for two or vacations with family and friends. Most of the locals you'll meet while staying at Moulins hotels will speak some English, but they'll be impressed and pleased if you attempt a few words in French. The local market is a terrific place to get a feel for local customs, and most French towns have a set day each week where you can pick up local produce or simply browse and pass the time. Market days are Tuesday and Friday and you can be there in just a few minutes.