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Angers is a city in the Pays de la Loire region of western France. The beautiful provincial landscape includes the Maine river, medieval architecture, and gardens and vineyards. A city with an excellent reputation for a high quality of living, Angers is full of scenic charm, vibrant wineries, and a large young population from the universities. Offering plenty of culture and nature, Angers is ideally suited for couples young and old looking for a quiet getaway with scenic walks and good wine. The city also attracts families with its castle and one-of-a-kind botanical theme park. Venere lets guests explore all the possible options in Angers Hotels by location and price. However, it's our trustworthy reviews by real guests that go even further to help guests pick not just a hotel, but the best hotel.

What's Angers Like?

Angers is a city with something for everyone: a mix of medieval architecture, 19th-century streets and plenty of vineyards. In the Quarter de la Cité, the old city center, the biggest attractions include the castle, Château d'Angers, and Cathédrale St-Maurice. The castle houses the impressive Apocalypse Tapestry, which, all together, is the world's biggest medieval tapestry. The city is home to several museums including one devoted to the art of tapestry. Angers is also dominated by green spaces including the protected Saint-Aubin Island with its swamps and meadows and Terra Botanica, a green-themed amusement park. Excellent vineyards are scattered around the city outskirts, making Angers a great place to do some vineyard hopping. The city's lifestyle also includes a thriving student scene and cafes full of activity. Angers hotels are ideally located for exploring the city's distinct landscape and activities.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Angers

While Anger's city center is manageable on foot, the city has a well-connected tramway as well as bike rentals for exploring the greener regions. Although some French is best, getting around in English can be managed well enough. Along with the Loire region's excellent wines, Angers is home to the famous liqueur Cointreau. Local dishes include a large mushroom dish called Les Galipettes, pike and eel from the Maine river, and La Fouace, a type of flat-bread often served with pieces of seasoned pork cooked in stock. A sweeter treat is Crémet d'Angers, which is fromage blanc and egg whites fluffed to perfection on top of fruit. Venere captures all that is unique about Angers hotels and simplifies booking by giving guest what they really need: special savings, great locations, and real guest feedback.