Things to see and do - Orleans
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Orleans Travel guide
Orleans : Michelin's recommendations
Wheat from Beauce, honey, chickens and potatoes from the Gâtinais, game from Sologne and wines from the Loire Valley. At the centre of a particularly rich natural environment, Orleans was a much treasured commercial centre. Treasured by the legions of Caesar, then the English... But Joan of Arc was watching! The capital of the Centre region is also called «Cité des roses» or «Jardin de France», as seen in the gardeners' plots, nurseries and marshlands around the town.
Tourist attractions Orleans : Things to see and do
3 pl. Charles-de-Gaulle F - 45000 Orléans
A faithful reconstruction, after the bombings of 1940, of the house of Jacques Boucher, treasurer to the Duke of Orleans, where Joan of Arc lived in 1429. Models and a diorama retrace the history of «La Pucelle» and the end of the siege of Orleans on..
r. Royale F - 45000 Orléans
This pavilion was built by the Duke of Orleans in 1759 to house his archives.
r. Royale F - 45000 Orléans
This great street, lined with arcades, was built in 1755 at the same time as the Pont Royal, now Pont George V. The main street of the medieval town, Rue Sainte-Catherine, was thus suddently demoted.
6 rue Adolphe Crespin F - 45000 Orléans
Located in the historic centre of Orléans, this 2-star hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the Maison de Jeanne d’Arc. Free, unlimited Wi-Fi is provided in the guest rooms and breakfast is served every morning. With a modern decoration, the soundproo..
64 rue Alsace Lorraine F - 45000 Orléans
Prix Prices from : 98 €
Located in a pedestrian area in the centre of Orleans, this hotel houses a collection of rare artworks devoted to Joan of Arc. It has a fitness room, massage chairs, a garden and a solarium on the hotel's top floor. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in each..
8 rue Charles Sanglier F - 45000 Orléans
Prix Prices from : 65 €
Set just a 3-minute walk away from the Loire River and Royale-Châtelet Tram Stop, Le Charles Sanglier is located in Orléans. Guests can visit Maison Jean d’Arc just a 2-minute walk away. The rooms at Le Charles Sanglier are individually decorated ac..
28 r. Poterne F - 45000 Orléans
With Hikari ('light' in Japanese), the food of the Land of the Rising Sun shines in Orleans! The dishes are top notch and cooked according to time-honoured Japanese tradition with subtlety and harmonious flavours. A restaurant where you take time out..
44 quai Barentin F - 45000 Orléans
28 quai du Chatelet F - 45000 Orléans
The chef is an Australian who has been living in France for many years. He creates lovely dishes that are well thought out, inventive and very tasty. This 19C building on the banks of the Loire River has moved with the times.
26 pl. du Châtelet F - 45000 Orléans
With its red, half-timbered façade, this building dating from 1597 tempts food lovers inside! Copious servings, fresh ingredients, well-cooked jus and sauces await you: no shortage of flavours during your time at La Parenthèse. An enthusiastic young ..
24 r. Ste-Anne F - 45000 Orléans
At this restaurant the finest seasonal ingredients go into dishes typical of the South of France. The result is fine, meticulously made and tasty dishes. The interior is cosy with chic furnishings and pastel tones.
25 r. Étienne-Dolet F - 45000 Orléans
A gorgeous half-timbered house (15C) near the cathedral with fabrics, flowers, beams and exposed stonework. The decor lends itself to a good meal and you won't be disappointed. The chef is spot on with each dish. A fine restaurant exhibiting care, tr..