Vierzon has an integrated urban transport network, named the The Vib, offering regular transport on request - the Créabus. So getting around the town is relatively straightforward. There is also a free shuttle to the "downtown area", which has gone hand in hand with the redevelopment of the town, and the standard train station of Vierzon-Ville gets you around the centre region.
Les Petits Plats de Célestin has a splendid menu with traditional dishes as part of their house specialities and the modern Maison de Celestin is offers a steadfast national menu. Le Prieuré is another of Vierzon’s treats. The family-run outlet overlooks the swimming pool and has a menu full of dishes based on fresh ingredients.
The Summer of the Canal is an annual event which has been running since it was first launched back in 2008. Now an integral part of the town’s cultural backdrop, it continues to pull in bigger crowds as the years pass. So if you're staying in Vierzon in the early part of July, it is well worth incorporating this into your timetable.
Felix Pyat and Eduoard Vaillan, two great figures of the nineteenth century's labour movement were born in Vierzon, and actress Madeleine Sologne, star of L'Eternel Retour, lived out her last days in Vierzon.