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Located near the historic city center, the 3-star Campanile hotel and restaurant is ideal for exploring Troyes and the Champagne region. All the services you need for a peaceful and comfortable night are provided: high quality bedding, air conditioning, catering service, free Wifi and parking.

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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Troyes. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.
CAMPANILE TROYES SUD - Buchères
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Hotel campanile troyes sud - buchères

5.9 km from the city center
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What to do in Troyes?

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Historical capital of Champagne-Ardenne, Troyes is best visited on foot. Start by discovering the magnificent Saint-Jean district. It is a lively and pleasant area with medieval architecture. Shops and restaurants are legion in the area, especially on Rue Champeaux, located less than 7 km fromthe Hôtel Restaurant Campanile de Troyes. In the neighborhood you can also see the courtyard of the Mortier d'or, a perfect example of inner courtyards reserved for the bourgeois of the city of Troyes. It is impossible to visit Troyes without a trip to the Church of Sainte-Madeleine, which is an exceptional example of 12th century architecture. It is the oldest church in the city, famed for the finesse of its sculptures. The place of worship is also decorated with multicolored stained glass windows with very realistic motifs depicting Biblical episodes such as "The Creation of the World". On the street of the church, you may also notice on the gates of the old city cemetery a salamander, the emblem of King François the First.
How can you spend a week in Troyes without taking advantage of the large factory outlets and stores that the city is known for? The shops of these centers have discounts of 30% to 50% on old collections of major brands - promising fun without breaking the bank! For museum lovers, stop at the city’s Modern Art Museum. The museum is housed in the former episcopal palace, dating from the twelfth century, located on Place Saint-Pierre. The site includes a collection of works from the great eras of French modern art. There are sculptures, Art Deco glassware and a collection of primitive arts. All these works of art have been donated to the State by Pierre and Denise Lévy, major figures in French industry.
To entertain children while raising awareness of modern art, there’s nothing better than a family visit to the Villa Gaston Viardot. The house dates from 1908 and is best described as a large-scale trinket. It it located on Boulevard Gambetta, near the Caisse d'Epargne hotel. Another activity that will delight children, Hourra Parc welcomes children aged 4 to 14 years over an area of 800 m². This park, located about ten minutes from Troyes, has inflatable games for children - a great way to let off steam and have fun when the weather doesn’t allow you to enjoy outdoor activities!

Top 3 gastronomic experiences in Troyes

Champagne

After the department of Marne, Aube is the number two champagne producer. It’s simply impossible to visit Troyes without having a drink! Don’t miss out on a visit to a vineyard near the city. Another typical product of the region: Troyes sloe, made in the Cellier Saint-Pierre distillery, near the cathedral of the city. This remarkable liquor is obtained thanks to the maceration of plum stones.

Chocolate

The capital of Aube is renowned for its great chocolatiers. You will find many chocolate shops in the city. Pascal Caffet and Jacquot are the most famous shops in the city. Pascal Caffet took over the family establishment located on Rue Champeaux and was even crowned World Pastry Chef Champion in 1995 and Best Professional in France in 1989. Make the most of your stay at the hotel restaurant in Troyes to savor these chocolate delicacies.

Andouillette

The city is known for its typical meats, especially its famous andouillette made from pork, which is seasoned and cooked for over 5 hours to obtain its inimitable taste. It is precisely this cooking style and these quality products that make this meat product so exceptional. In Troyes, you will find many variations of the andouillette: mustard, port, barbecue... there is even a friendly association of authentic ns.
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Events in Troyes

Festivals

Every year, Valence holds several important cultural events that attract many tourists. Among these events, the Resonance festival with a spotlight on the cinema takes place every year in June. The Cinefil festival in August and the Ambivalence festival in May are theatrical events. You will also be able to enjoy original street performances. Other cultural events are also held over the year in Valence, especially in summer.

Valence en Gastronomie

Make the most of your stay at the Hôtel Restaurant Campanile in Valence by attending the event Valence en Gastronomie. Recognized chefs, producers, exhibitors and volunteers come together every year to thrill your taste buds. Try regional products, take part in gastronomy-themed events, admire culinary performances, discover the secrets of Valence’s gastronomy and learn tips for cooking the city’s specialties yourself!