Paris, the country's capital, is situated 120 miles (193 kilometers) north of Chaulgnes.
Chaulgnes isn't the only spot in this popular region worth seeing; travelers should also take a day trip or two to experience the charms of the nearby landscapes, communities and cultural attractions. Pay a visit to the Domaine Vacheron and Maison de Sancerre in Sancerre, approximately 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast of Chaulgnes.
About 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the south of Chaulgnes is Nevers, an important regional city home to Nevers Cathedral, Convent of St. Gildard and Tour Goguin. Parc Roger-Salengro, Sainte Bernadette Nevers and Church of St-Etienne a few of the other interesting attractions worth visiting for those who have time to spare.
Every place on Earth has a special history and this area has plenty of its own stories to tell. The old towns in these parts are well worth visiting. The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they arrive in a new town are the spots that provide a window into the local culture. Don't skip Burgundy's art museums and history museums.
For those who feel it's important to pick up knowledge as well as happy snaps on their travels, this region features plenty of specialist tours, including winery tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
When it comes time to finish up and say "Au revoir / À bientôt", you'll have loads of memories to take with you.