Cluny was a great cultural and religious influence in the Middle Ages thanks to its Benedictine abbey. In the monastic town, which developed around the abbey, admire the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture houses. Also visit the Museum of Art and Archaeology and the Hotel-Dieu. And, if you like horses, don't miss the National Stud Farm.

Information on site

Office de Tourisme de Cluny et du Clunisois
6, rue Mercière - 71250 - CLUNY -
03 85 59 05 34
contact@cluny-tourisme.com
http://www.cluny-tourisme.com
http://www.cluny-tourisme.com/Reservation.html

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