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Monuments MontluçonTo explore our valley, make your first stop in Montluçon itself:

Take your time to stroll around the narrow streets of the medieval town which has no fewer than 15 listed buildings plus the churches of Notre Dame and Saint Peter, and find your way to the esplanade on the château of the former Dukes of Bourbon to have a superb view of the town.
Let yourself be tempted by one of the numerous restaurants that line the pedestrianised streets.
Still in the heart of the medieval part of town, take time to appreciate the Wilson gardens, constructed in pure traditional French style, and while you enjoy its beauty, the children can play.

Then, on to the house and gardens of the Château de la Louvière, to explore what a local Montluçon industrialist had built in 1926, based on the Petit Trianon in Versailles. Tours of the house are available in summer only.

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