Getaway in Vichy

Opéra de Vichy|Photo ClaudeThe source of the Célestins in Vichy|Photo Marc BlieuxThe medieval village of Charroux|The city of Art and history of mills|The Jacquemart de Moulins Tower|Photo Jan SluijterThe gorges of Sioule|

Description
Themes : heritage, culture,

A getaway in Vichy, renowned since Roman times for its therapeutic sources. The famous spa town of Vichy was popular for famous personalities such as Napoleon III and madame de Sévigné. It retains its old-world splendor a magnificent architectural range.


Accomodation
Arverna Citotel Vichy, France (en)
Hôtel
Arverna Citotel Vichy is located in the heart of the spa-town Vichy, a short walk from the Opera and the congress centre....
Hôtel de Grignan, Vichy, France (en)
Hôtel
Hôtel de Grignan is located in a quiet area of Old Vichy. It offers quiet and comfortable guestrooms for up to 4 guests....
Inter-Hotel Les Nations, Vichy, France (en)
Hôtel
Les Nations is located just 5 minutes walk from the centre of Vichy, between the historic centre and the Napolean gardens....
The stages
A
Vichy
Renowned since Roman times for its therapeutic sources, the famous spa town of Vichy was popular famous figures such as Napoleon III and madame de Sévigné. It retains its old-world splendor a magnificent architectural range.
B
Charroux
The rich medieval past, the village of Charroux is ranked among the "most beautiful Villages of France. Its streets and cobblestone alleys reserve old stones fans a superb heritage, nestled in the heart of the Bourbonnais. Charroux is famous for its mustard used by great chefs.
C
The gorges of Sioule
The gorges of Sioule are a succession of twists and turns with rocks to the contrasting natures. They are beautiful and rugged, they are dominated by the Castle-Rock, and then the castle of Chouvigny.
D
Moulins
The city of Art and history of Mills kept the legacy of its glorious past of former Duchy of the Bourbon family. The national Centre of stage Costume is a single fund in the world that is home to nearly 10,000 costumes, the oldest dating back to the second half of the 19th century.
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