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The Montluçon Tourist Office staff is there to help you
at 67 ter, Boulevard de Courtais
Tél : 04-70-05-11-44
Email : contact@montlucontourisme.com

FROM 1st JUNE THROUGH TO THE HERITAGE DAYS WEEKEND
(3rd WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER)

from Monday to Saturday:
from 9:30am to 12:30pm and from 1:30pm to 7:00pm
on Sundays and public holidays in July and August
and on the Sunday of the Heritage Days
from 9:30am to 1:00pm

OUTSIDE THIS PERIOD

from Monday to Saturday:
from 10:00am to12 noon and from 2pm to 6pm

Administrative and tourist bodies

Here are some useful links to websites where you can obtain more information concerning local authority and tourist administration in the Auvergne region and the Allier department.

Agence local Montluçon Local Montluçon Regional Tourist Office
Pays de Montluçon The Montluçon and Cher Valleys
The Montluçon and Cher Valley authorities have signed partnerships with the government, the Allier department and the Auvergne Region (the CRDDT 'Auvergne +' contract) for implementing actions designed to achieve sustainable development for the community.
Communauté Montluçonnaise The Montluçon Conurbation
10 municipalities, 75,000 inhabitants, one revitalised region.
Mairie de Montluçon Montluçon Town Hall
All you need to know about what's going on in the city of the Dukes of Bourbon and its immediate surroundings - festivals, fairs, leisure activities, etc.
Allier Tourisme The Allier Departmental Tourist Committee
The Allier department is part of the Massif Central in the Auvergne with its forests, fields and farmlands. Tourism and leisure/heritage activities go together - The Berceau des Bourbons rambles, castles, manors and country houses full of character.
Agence local Montluçon Saint Victorr
Chambre de comerce The Montluçon-Gannat Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Comité régional The Auvergne Regional Committee for Tourist Development
The Auvergne Tourist website is a mine of information where you can find all you need to know about the wide-open spaces to be found at the heart of the Massif Central, from the hills around the extinct volcanoes to the vast green plains, the Auvergne lakes and the regional nature reserve.
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