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Inter-Hotel City
3, Rue Antonio de Hojas
Beauvais, France

Aux 5 Sens
258 Rue Des Chataigners
Tillé, France

Ibis Beauvais
1 Rue Jacques Goddet
Beauvais, France

Hotel De La Residence
24, Rue Louis Borel
Beauvais, France

Au Nid du Thil
63, Rue Notre Dame du Thil
Beauvais, France

La Salamandre
10 Rue Marcelle Geudelin
Beauvais, France

Campanile Chantilly
Rue Des Fougeres
Chantilly, France

Chateau De Montvillargenne
Avenue Francois Mathet
Gouvieux, France

SPQR Da Manuela
19 -21 Rue Gambetta,
Beauvais, France

Chateau De Montvillargenne
Avenue Francois Mathet - Gouvieux France

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About Beauvais

Nestled among the forested banks of the Thérain and Avalon River, lies the old Roman town of Beauvais, France. Saturated in historical significance and loaded with plenty of traditions, it is also a modern tourist attraction.

Located only 39 miles north of Paris, it boasts a population of over 60,000 people. The primary industry is manufacturing of tapestries and musical instruments. There are numerous sporting, theater, and art facilities to explore. The place de Halle hosts a thriving street market twice weekly, which is perfect for discovering fantastic wines and local treats.

Beauvais is best noted for its ancient spiraling gothic cathedrals and ornate tapestries. The most famous monument to medieval architecture is the cathedral of Saint Pierre. Construction on the marvel began in 1247, and it has been repaired many times over the centuries. Among the many beautiful features is an impressive display of 12th, 13th, 16th century stained glass windows.

The cathedral of Saint Pierre is home to what is thought to be the world’s largest astronomical clock, built in the 19th century. It also houses a renowned collection of antique tapestries, a testament to the quality artisanship of the region.

The Episcopal Palace is another awe-inspiring wonder, grand in scale and design. Today, it is a museum that houses a fine display of sculptures and paintings. For avid history buffs, there are many opportunities to soak in the experience of times gone by. Overall, Beauvais boasts many fine examples of 12th to 16th century buildings.

For the little French town that was once conquered by Julius Caesar, its points in history are marked by tremendous adversity and triumphant endings. October 14th marks just one such occasion with the Feast of Angadrême. It celebrates the event of 1472 where the townswomen liberated Beauvais from a siege.

The nearest airport is located a short distance away, in Tilles, France. Often dubbed as the “low cost airport,” it is home to many European discount airlines. In addition, a direct shuttle runs to and from the Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris.

Transportation around the city is straightforward. Gare de Beauvais operates a rail service that connects the towns to Paris, Creil, and Le Tréport. Public transit is also available by way of bus.