Beauvais Car Hire
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Located 85km north of Paris in northern France, Beauvais is the capital of the Oise department and has a metro population of 128,000. The third-biggest city in Picardy by population, it was an important settlement during Roman times and still oozes history and culture today, with elegant churches, monuments, museums and galleries aplenty. There are also lots of verdant parks and gardens, leisure activities and shopping opportunities, and there’s much to explore by car in the surrounding Hauts-de-France region.
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>Guide to Beauvais
Beauvais became a countship in the ninth century and power passed to the bishops of Beauvais in the early 11th century. It was besieged by the Duke of Burgundy in 1472 and famously defended by the women of the town under the leadership of heroine Jeanne Hachette, whose statue you can still see here to this day. Famous nowadays for its ornate cathedral, hiking and cycling routes and artisan shopping emporiums, it’s a great place to visit.
Things to do in Beauvais
If you’re an active traveller, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Beauvais. Historical attractions include the aforementioned St. Peter’s Cathedral with all its Gothic splendour and amazing astronomical clock, Merlemont Castle in nearby Warluis and the magical museum of steam tramways at Crevecoeur-Le-Grand. But you might also enjoy the Medieval garden at Maladrerie Saint-Lazare, or the exciting Aquaspace pool complex.
Eating out in Beauvais
Beauvais has a brilliant cuisine scene. Le Senso serves sumptuous contemporary French cuisine, the Constantinople steak house does what it says on the tin (but exceptionally well) and San Remo specialises in artisan pizzas and other inspirational Italian dishes. You might also appreciate the Moroccan fare at Le Sesame or the sushi at Ooyuki.
Getting about in Beauvais
There’s a local bus station in Beauvais and a train service to Paris and elsewhere. Beauvais-Tillé Airport (BVA) serves several national and international destinations and specialises in low-cost air travel.
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