- guide to Cher
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Cher tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
In the centre of France the Cher is renowned for its unspoilt natural surroundings and numerous waterways.
A canal boat trip on the Canal Lateral à la Loire will enable you to visit the historical centre of Sancerre and sample some of its most celebrated wines.
The Gallo-Roman city of Bourges is at it's centre, known as the city of Jacques Coeur who was Charles VII's financier, a shipping magnate and arms dealer. Today Bourges is a lively student town with a large selection of sights to visit.
Lovers of the great outdoors will also be spoilt for choice in the Cher; walking, riding, cycling, golf, canoeing, fishing & hunting all popular activities.
- Bourges - a stunning example of Gothic flare the Cathedrale St-Etienne with its stained-glass windows and astronomical clock is not to be missed.
- Famous Figures - Alain-Fournier's 'Le Grand Meaulnes', the masterpiece evokes the Cher countryside and its sights; La Chapelle D'Angillon, Nancay and Epineuill-le-Fleuriel.
- Riverside Gardens at Bourges - Jardin des Pres Fichaux Peaceful & serene - that's the gardens along the river Yevre with its pools, parterres & open-air theatre.
- Historical Tour of Bourges - the Route Jacques Cœur takes in 16 sites and monuments including private castles, abbeys and museums.
Hôtel Balladins Bourges Confort
( Hotel )
Rn 76 - Route De Vierzon Saint Doulchard 18230
Come and discover our hotel Bourges / St Doulchard, your stage in the heart of France. 3 km from Bourges, from our hotel, you...
Premiere Classe Bourges
( Hotel )
Zac De L'échangeur Bourges 18000
Situated in the heart of the Berry, the hotel is a few minutes away from the city centre and Jacques Cœur Palace....
Auberge Du Moulin De Chaméron
( Hotel )
Chaméron Bannegon 18210
Right in the centre of France, this 18th century water mill is still fully equipped and has been converted into a museum, whe...