While Chateau-sur-Allier doesn't grace the shiny covers of glossy inflight magazines as often as the likes of San Francisco, London and Kyoto, this Allier destination is full or surprises.

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Paris, the nation's capital, is located 150 miles north of Chateau-sur-Allier.

Le Veurdre and Lurcy-Levis are two more great places worth seeing while you're in this area.

Travel 20 miles southeast from Chateau-sur-Allier to get to Moulins. There's plenty to do there, including Moulins Cathedral, the Centre National Du Costume De Scene and Anne de Beaujeu College. The Moulins Park and La Mal Coiffee Prison are some other attractions if you have enough time.

Very often, a region's heart and soul will be found in the flavors and aromas of its kitchens.

To capture the real essence of the region, taste regional ingredients such as cheese and mushrooms.

No stay in this area would be complete without sampling tripoux (tripe 'parcels' in savoury sauce) or ratatouille (vegetable stew).

After you are finished with your main course, try the delicious crepes.

Enjoy an hour or two with the family and a glass or two of Kronenbourg Blanc, a classic brew in this area.

Start your meal off with hot chocolate, a non-alcoholic beverage that is well-loved in the region.

If you're looking for a casual way to connect with the locals, order armagnac, a popular spirit.

Kick back, relax and enjoy a glass or two of local wine. You deserve it! Perhaps Chardonnay or Côteaux du Languedoc will be your new favorite.

One of the most meaningful courtesies you can give to the locals is to go to the trouble of learning a few common words and phrases. "Je viens de.." means "I come from..". "Comment est-ce que vous vous appelez ?" is also worthwhile knowing. It means "What's your name?"

If you'll be in the area on the 14th of July, don't forget that this day is one of national celebration. It's called Bastille Day.

You've enjoyed laughter, you've chilled out and you have perhaps even snapped hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures of your adventures. When the time comes to spend your last euros and bid "Au revoir / À bientôt" to Allier, you'll already be thinking about all the magical times you've had.

When it's time to head home, it's good to remember that the most convenient airport is located 70 miles to the south.

Accommodation in Chateau-sur-Allier

Expedia's travel guide currently lists hotels in Chateau-sur-Allier. There's not need to panic though, as you can always check out the Hôtel du Pont Neuf, some 1 mile away in Le Veurdre.

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