hotelF1 Montlucon

Rue Albert Einstein, Montluçon, Auvergne, 03100, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $29.00

Travel Blogs from Montluçon

Castles again Last bit of Austria - Week 6 part 1

A travel blog entry by jrdlcr

... machine following the horses up and down, keeping the road clean!!

Back at car park to find we had a flat battery. After asking around, a lovely young German couple turned up with jump leads and started the car - absolute heroes!!

Walked round Ruette this evening, to find a sports shop and get a new tube for one of the bikes. It's a busy provincial town at the top of a mountain - really pleasant.

As ...

On the Cote D'Azur, French Riviera

A travel blog entry by cindi-glen


... tents and yachts blocked the whole harbor. The town is also on a very steep slope, so you do a lot of climbing to get anywhere.

Antibes wasn't too interesting. It had an old town and a tiny beach, but more/better beaches on other end of town (near/at Juan Les Pins). The old town was surrounded by a big rampart so it was separated from everything else. I think Antibes' claim to fame may be the harbor which had more huge yachts than I ...

Finaly in french canal like the brochure said.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors


Viviers is so pretty. the architecture, tree lines streets, if it was any more french the swans would be wearing berets and eating croisants. As it was they were eating our stale baguetts.  Gerrit left us in Villiers. sad to see him go as we have had so much fun. lots of whiskey and it was certainly easier with the muscle on deck when doing the locks. we have changed the system since to a single bollard. this means I do the ...

The scenery is spectacular Caira...honest!

A travel blog entry by donaldc


... Olargues, and we got there by about 11:00.  The market is about 5 stalls, but that was enough for us.  We got fresh strawberries at one stall, and three goat cheeses at another (two demi-sec, and one fort). That was all either of them sold.   Then we got a pain aux figues, a baguette, a croissant aux amondes and a pain aux raisins at the boulangerie, and a tomato, a beer and an orangina at the grocery; then we were set for a picnic in the hills. ...

Chateauxs and Caves

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman


Chevergny and CroMagnon Paintings Today we went to the a big house called a Chateau, the Parc Prehistoric and two caves featuring paintings by CroMagnon men. At the Chateau Chevergny we toured the palatial summer home of a Viscount! His current descendants still live there in one of the wings. We saw lavish furnishings from the 16th and 17th centuries. There was even a letter from George Washington to the ...


This hotel is located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Montluçon.
Map this hotel


More great choices in Montluçon

Search for more deals in Montluçon


TripAdvisor Reviews hotelF1 Montlucon Montluçon

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent