Loiret
Montargis
Montargis The Essential
With some 131 bridges and footbridges straddling many canals, Montargis has earned the nickname the "Venice of the Gâtinais". An invitation to soak up the charm of this town dominated by the vestiges of its old château, and to take in its half-timbered houses and Renaissance residences. With its museum dedicated to local painter Anne-Louis Girodet, its wash houses, its regenerated Tanners' district, and its speciality of pralines, it has plenty to offer visitors.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Montargis
Boulevard des Belles Manières
Boulevard des Belles Manières
It is bordered to the north by a narrow
15 minutes
Îlôt des Tanneurs
Îlôt des Tanneurs
Now renovated and the site of a museum
30 minutes
Girodet Museum
Girodet Museum
Dedicated to local artist Anne-Louis
30 minutes
Boulevard Durzy
Boulevard Durzy
At the end is an elegant metal
15 minutes
Rue Raymond-Laforge
Rue Raymond-Laforge
From two successive bridges, a view of
15 minutes
Tanners' Museum
Tanners' Museum
The museum has exhibits of tanners'
60 minutes