Blois’ medieval and Renaissance old town is well worth a stroll, especially around 17th-century Cathédrale St-Louis , whose lovely...
Hôtel de Villebrême
A 15th-century townhouse 50m from the cathedral's portal.
Maison des Acrobates
The façade of Maison des Acrobates, one of the few surviving 15th-century houses in Blois, is decorated with wooden sculptures of...
Hidden away on a tiny square near lots of other dining options, Les Planches is a Blois favourite for its toasted bruschettas...
place St-Louis · interesting places nearby
Cathédrale St-Louis information
The 17th-century Cathédrale St-Louis and its lovely multistorey bell tower are dramatically floodlit after dark. Most of the stained glass inside was installed by Dutch artist Jan Dibberts in 2000.