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Holiday cottages for the whole family in Poitiers
Situated in the Vienne region of France, Poitiers is a charming small city with lots of historic buildings cultural attractions from the past and the future. Typical accommodations include villas with pool, stone cottages, and even small castles.
The Sainte Croix Museum in the centre of Poitiers is a great place to learn about the heritage and art of the region, from prehistoric times until the present day. Highlights include their collection of early-20th c. art, including works by Sisley and Mondrian.
A little way out of Poitiers, in the village of Curzay-sur-Vonne, you can visit the Museum of Stained Glass, and see historic pieces, as well as contemporary works.
Explore the future
Futuroscope is a futuristic themed park, with lots of 3D, IMAX, and even 4D films on show. The park even has an interactive 5D feature where the audience gets to join in with the show.
Not all the attractions are cinema-based; there are also some rides based on science-fiction and fantasy. The famous Cirque du Soleil put on an evening show at Futuroscope which will delight both kids and adults.
Explore Poitiers' history
Poitiers has a charming historic quarter, home to several interesting churches and religious buildings. The Church of Notre Dame de la Grande is a must-see, especially its restored 12th c. facade, which is decorated with thousands of religious sculptures.
Not all of the 12th c. palace belonging to the Counts of Poitou is still standing, but you can visit the impressive palace auditorium, which is almost 50m in length and 17m wide. The palace's ornate decorations can still be enjoyed by visitors to Poitiers today, several centuries after they were first created.
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