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Northern Gateway to Paris

Beauvais is a small town located 80 km north of Paris, in the French region of Picardy. Though its ancient origins and quaint atmosphere, the city has only recently become popular due to its airport. The Paris Beauvais-Tillé Airport is the gateway to Paris for most low-cost carriers, which makes the hotels in town a popular choice for travellers.

The city was inhabited by Gallic tribes, and it was known as Caesaromagus by the Romans. After being destroyed by barbarian attacks, it became the capital of the Belgic tribe of the Bellovaci, and started to being known as Bellovacus. During the next centuries a powerful Catholic clergy emerged, and a fine textile industry was developed.

St Peter’s Cathedral and the National Tapestry Gallery are a must. The 16th-century Episcopal Palace was partly built using ancient Gallic-Roman fortifications. Canada Lake is outside the centre, and offers natural surroundings and water sports facilities.

Whether you’re searching for a cheap lodge on your way to or from Paris, or want a modern hotel in Beauvais to explore this part of France, offers a wide range of accommodation in the area.