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Ideas for holidays, weekends and trips in Valence and its surroundings

During your stay at the Premiere Classe Valence Sud hotel, ensure you take the time to soak up this sleepy town and all the attractions it has to offer. The cathedral of St. Apollinaris was rebuilt during the 11th century in the Roman style of Auvergne. It was damaged during the French wars of religion and restored again in the 17th century. The cathedral also houses a library and museum containing Roman antiques, sculptures and a picture gallery in the old ecclesiastical seminary. If you wish to learn about the history of this magnificent cathedral, the museum is well worth a visit. Visit the Kiosk De Peynet, the famous bandstand which sits on the champ de Mars. This bandstand inspired the artist Peynet for his romantic love story. Alternatively, the Unterlinden museum, a fine art museum is also situated in the town. Visitors come from all over to see Grünewald's crowning achievement, the Isenheim Altarpiece, as well as numerous pieces from the 12th to the 16th centuries including decorative art objects, folk art and traditions, modern art and archaeological artefacts. Valence old town is home to the Maison de Tetes, a 16th century house which is decorated with sculpted figures including the heads of Ancient Greek nobility. While staying at the Premiere Classe Valence Sud hotel guests should use it as a gateway to the nearby wine making regions. Go on wine tours in nearby vineyards that produce Crozes Hermitages, St Joseph and St Peray wines.