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  • Tours
  • 11 Jun. 202412 Jun. 2024
    11 Jun.12 Jun.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
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B&B Hotel in Tours, 4 hotels

Discover our affordable hotels in Tours for your stay in the Centre. A City of Art and History, Tours is famous for its wine and the numerous castles of the Loire Valley. Whether you want to build an itinerary based on oenology, castles, museums or even shopping in the pedestrian streets of the city centre, anything is possible when you book a hotel in Tours.

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Among the famous castles of the Loire Valley, pearls of France’s national heritage, the most well known are Chambord, Chenonceau and Cheverny, but the city of Tours itself is alsoa cross-section of French history, the capital of a region that blends medieval and Renaissance architecture. Are you looking for lodging in Tours to discover what the superb City of Art and History has to offer? B&B lodging awaits you in Tours!

Where to sleep in Tours

Choose the best hotels in Tours

The Nord Aéroport et Nord Centre Commercial La Petite Arche establishments are close to the Tours Saint-Symphorien aerodrome, while the Saint-Avertin location is close to the city centre and the Sanitas neighbourhood. The SNCF train station of Saint-Pierre-des-Corps is also located nearby. The Tours Sud establishment is close to the Lac des Bretonnières, known for its nautical activities. Don’t delay—book your affordable hotel in Tours today!

Looking for a hotel that’s close to the city centre and easy to get to? Our B&B Hotel Tours Nord 2 La Petite Arche is just right for you! Close to the Tours aerodrome and the A10 motorway, this affordable hotel is only 10 kilometres from the Tours city centre, which is easy to reach by bus. The castles of the Loire Valley are around 50 kilometres from our 2-star establishment.

Travelling for work? Our B&B Hotel Tours Parc Expo St Avertin is very close to the Parc des Expositions: if you’re in town for a trade fair or a concert, you can easily reach it by foot! Just 600 metres from the Saint-Pierre-des-Corps SNCF train station, this hotel is very conveniently located. Travelling by car? We are close to the A10 motorway: don’t delay, choose our hotel in St-Avertin today!

Looking for a relaxing stay amidst some greenery? Our B&B Hotel Tours Sud Joué-les-Tours south is the perfect choice! Less than a kilometre away you will find the Lac des Bretonnières, where you can relax, go for a jog, or head out onto the water in a sailboat or catamaran. Also within 2 kilometres of our affordable hotel in Tours is the Touraine golf club: there’s no risk of being bored during your stay. This two-star hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Grand Mareuil SNCF train station, 7 kilometres from the Tours city centre and forty-some kilometres from the castles of the Loire Valley.

The B&B Hotel Tours Nord 1 Val de Loire is perfectly located, close to the city centre and the Tours airport. Do you wish to discover the castles of the Loire Valley? They are located within a 50-kilometre radius, making our hotel the perfect place to start your visits. This 2-star B&B hotel in Tours has free, unlimited Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and extra-large shower stalls: our rooms are very comfortable.

Discovering the city of Tours

Before becoming the dynamic, welcoming city we know today, Tours was the city of the Turons during the Gallo-Roman period, then in the 4th century was home to Saint Martin, the bishop who was responsible for transforming the city into a major medieval pilgrimage site.
During the Renaissance period, Tours became a true royal city, popular with monarchs and their courts. Traces of this rich heritage can be seen in the city’s architecture, which mixes castles, fortifications, religious buildings, timber-frame houses and private mansions on the banks of the Loire.

Visiting Tours by foot

The cobblestone streets of Vieux Tours are the perfect place to enjoy a pleasant walk, during which you can discover the most impressive treasures the capital of the Indre-et-Loire has to offer. History fan? You can travel to the most beautiful castles of the Loire Valley, in particular Azay-le-Rideau, Amboise and Chaumont-sur-Loire. To get a good view of these masterpieces of stonework and the landscapes of the regional nature park of Loire-Anjou-Touraine, hop on a bike and pedal your way along the famous bike path, La Loire à Vélo!

Travelling with family or friends? The city recently built a tramway! It goes through the city centre and is an easy way to visit the city.

Spending the weekend discovering Tours

Are you a lover of art and history? Tours is the perfect place for you! The must-see monuments include the medieval castle, built in the 11th century atop the ruins of the ancient city, the Saint-Gatien cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic art, and numerous private residences including the Hôtel Goüin and the two remaining parts of the old Saint-Martin abbatial church: the Charlemagne tower and the Clock Tower.

Among the highlights of the cultural season in Tours is the Rayons Frais festival, which offers a mixed schedule of theatre, dance, music and urban art events each July. Don’t miss the Aucard de Tours music festival in mid-June. Also worth checking out: Jazz en Touraine, which takes place in Montlouis-sur-Loire each September, Vitiloire and the Salon des Vins de Loire, which inhabits the Boulevard Heurteloup each May.

Tours offers many different kinds of outings. Get a taste of the “Tourangeaux” life and book an affordable hotel room.