Visitors come to the capital of the Cantal region for its historic monuments, including Aurinques Chapel, the abbey-church of Saint-Géraud and Notre-Dame-aux-Neiges (Our Lady of the Snow), and its museums (notably the Volcano Museum and the Museum of Art and Archaeology). If you are planning a visit to Aurillac, don't forget to fit in the old houses along the Jordanne River, at the foot of the Cantal ...
The administrative centre of the department of Cantal benefits from as much sunshine as Toulouse.
Standing on the banks of the Jordanne river you can admire old buildings dating from the 18th century.
Regardless of the path you choose to take, you can come across magnificent landscapes.
Founded in the 4th century, the church was formerly a stopping point for pilgrims en route to Saint Jacques de Compostelle.
During a stay in Aurillac, you cannot help but notice the charming buildings which seem to watch over the Jordanne river.
The city hall known as "the capital of the territories" organises the International Street Theatre Festival every year in August.
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