Citotel de la Vallee

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

28 rue des Pyrenees, Lourdes, Midi-Pyrenees, 65100, France
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less and rated 14% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families87
  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Bistros, Cafes, etc

by jmhenry1123

I am going to Lourdes as a group leader of some young people. Our accomodations will provide us with some basic meals, but was wondering if in the town of Lourdes there are sidewalk cafes, bistros where I can enjoy some local culture. Any recommendations?

RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Metreya

Local culture at Lourdes ???? In this city you are among the Temple's dealers……… i can remember only one café in the main street surrounded by hundreds of souvenirs shops where you can find religious stuff
Bonne chance

RE: RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Jeannette1

Everything in Lourdes revolves around the visit to the "Grotte" and to watch the procession of people marching with candles in hand and praying. It's actually quite a sight at night.
We did go to a very nice restaurant called Le Magret. Check out my Lourdes page for specifics.
Jeannette

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by jmhenry1123

Merci, Jeannette! I shall search out Le Magret.

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by rubbersoul75

sorry I can't remeber specific locations, but yes, you'll be able to find cafes in Lourdes. Head away from the groto to the east side of the river and there are plenty. If you venture up the hill closer to the N/S road D914 (it changes it's name about every block) we even found a restaurant that was quasi authentic. It's all about tourism and pilgrims in Lourdes though, so don't expect much typical French culture.
ciao

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Jeannette1

jmhenry,
Check out www.lemagret.com.

It has a menu in English. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
Cheapest menu is 13 euros for lunch. Next one for dinner is 26 euros per person but well worth it.
Jeannette

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by jackcd

you certainly are busy Jeanette

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Jeannette1

Jack,
It's been raining for days here. I don't feel like going out, so there is nothing better to do than be on VT, right??? :-)
Jeannette

RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Beausoleil

Southern California is being inundated too. It's raining everywhere. I'm going to build an ark!

We actually ate at the Campanile's restaurant in Lourdes and it was fine and very reasonable. I don't remember seeing any sidewalk cafes though. We'll have to return and check. Any excuse for a trip . . . 8^)

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by jackcd

i though it "never rained in southern california"? good point jeanette. its cold in new england

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by Jeannette1

I am beginning to understand why people in rainy countries can get easily depressed. We have a prediction for more rain through NEXT week!
I hope the levies in Sacramento hold up!
Jeannette

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by rubbersoul75

Jeannette-
That's one of the reasons we moved from Germany to south of the Alps!

For what it's worth, It's been raining in Italy today as well.

RE: RE: Bistros, Cafes, etc

by jmhenry1123

April showers bring May flowers!

Travel Tips for Lourdes

our lady of lourdes basilica

by Maximilian21

A basilica was built upon the rock of Massabielle by M. Peyramale, the parish priest. In 1873 the great "national" French pilgrimages were inaugurated. Three years later the basilica was consecrated and the statue solemnly crowned. In 1883 the foundation stone of another church was laid, as the first was no longer large enough. It was built at the foot of the basilica and was consecrated in 1901 and called the Church of the Rosary.
The exterior of the baisilica is somewhat impressive ,Its hundreds of paintings, sculptures, and mosaics dazzle the senses and evoke awe . It is visited by literally millions of pilgrims each year.

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 Citotel de la Vallee

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Address: 28 rue des Pyrenees, Lourdes, Midi-Pyrenees, 65100, France