Eglise Saint-Sperie
Eglise Saint-Sperie
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hans-jaguar
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Apr 2015 • Couples
• The medieval city of “Saint Céré” with his old houses, manor houses and the beautiful “Le Mercadial place” with fountain are worth a stop-over for a small visit. The best location to start your visit is at the Tourist office, which is near the main car park of the city, and then following the indicated way. The centre of Saint-Cere is quite compact and based around two main squares, the Place du Mercadial and the Place de l'Eglise, the two are surrounded by the medieval centre of the town. After you have done this visit of the old town, you still have another option open, this is to take a walk along the river at the Quai des Recollets, before heading up the hill to discover the ruins of the castle at Saint Laurent les Tours, who played an important role in recent history.
Written 6 May 2015
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