What you need to know before traveling to Cher

People coming to Cher are often intent in following the Wine and Cheese Route. They visit the various cities and villages, sipping the wine and nibbling the cheese. At Verdigny, they visit the Museum of Wine while, at Sancerres, savor the white wine made from Sauvignon grapes or the light reds and rosés from Pinot Noir. You might want to remain in the area for longer. Cher has many sights for you to view. At Bourges, there is the Gothic jewel Palais Jacques Coeur with its barrel-vaulted gallery. Bourges also is home to the widest Gothic Cathedral in all of France, St. Etienne. There are the remains of the Gallo-Roman ramparts to explore and the Berry Museum. The Garden of Prés Fichaux along the River Yèvre is a delightful walk with its pools and open-air amphitheater. Nearby the city, you can visit the Cistercian Abbaye de Noirlac (1136).

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