Rue de Bourgogne and Rue de l'Empereur
These two historic streets still follow the same basic route that dates back to Roman times. The rue de Bourgogne was the early city’s main east-west axis and is now one of the best known and busiest streets in Orleans. Restaurants, boutiques and lots of popular bars provide a lively atmosphere. If you'd like to see some medieval-style timber-frame buildings, take a walk down the Rue de l'Empereur, as far as the Place du Chatelet.
Visits in Orléans and near the Quality Hotel Orléans Centre***
Make the most of your stay and enjoy a day visiting 3 of the most…
The region has a great amount of famous castles, of which 3 duable in one day. Moreover, with the 3 castles PASS, you can beneficiate… Infos
Make the most of your stay at the Quality Hotel Orléans Centre and enjoy the garden arts salon taking place at the Floral Park de… Infos
Château de la Ferté Saint -Aubin is an example of the architecture of the sixteenth century located 22 km south of Orleans. Surrounded by a… Infos
Charlemagne Island now offers a leisure center, the Leo Adventure Park which covers 70 hectares, includind 33 hectares of plans of water.
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The Joan of Arc Festivities begin on April, 29th in Orleans
At this date, the new Joan of Arc with her servants will arrive in Orleans. As each year, a final show will be presented on… Infos
PLACE DU CHATELET IN ORLEANS
Each First Sunday of the month, people interested in old cars and motorbikes meet up near the Loire on "Quai du Chatelet".
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On Saturday, the 31st of March, you can discover an activity with a rapid expansion : the URBAN GOLF. Discover in US, this activity consist… Infos
9 - 12th March 2012
The Antiques Fair, a recommendation in the Center Region,will take place, for the 39th year of life, in the Parc des Expositions in Orléans and… Infos
Orleans has a special place in its heart for Joan of Arc, 'the maid of Orleans', who liberated the city in 1429. The place du… Infos
Orleans cathedral is one of the most remarkable in France, towering over the Place Sainte-Croix, (named after the cathedral itself, which is known as ‘la… Infos
Jacques Groslot, a historic Sheriff of Orleans, built this house during the Renaissance. Today it is home to a number of remarkable works of art.… Infos
The Chateau Chenonceau is one of the famous Loire chateaux, where architecture and nature combine in perfect harmony. The castle offers many tours: don't miss… Infos
This unmissable chateau is still a family home but offers visitors a sumptuous display of period furnitureand décor. You can also explore the beautiful Cheverny… Infos
The courtyard of the royal chateau of Blois offers a stunning panorama of French architecture from the Middle Ages to the Classical period. Inside, the… Infos