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Our three Comfort Hotel Orleans will be the ideal starting point to your romantic getaways, family holidays or business trips. Discover the large range of shows, tours and exhibitions available in the surroundings. 

Minutes away from the Zenith, the Exhibition and Congress Centre of Orleans and 5 minutes away from downtown, discover the highlights of the city and its surroundings ... 

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City Pass Orléans
The orléans city pass

Visit Orleans and discover its beauties in all simplicity and smart prices! 

For your tourist stays, opt for the City Pass: privileged access to the cultural sites of the city, tourist services and discounts offered on transport and catering. 

Pick up your Pass at the tourist office of the city and enjoy the wonders of the city of Orleans, during your getaways. 

More information: https://www.tourisme-orleans.com/city-pass 

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National Day 14th July

Get the chance to assist to the Fireworks of Olivet and Orleans on the 13th and 14th July

Orléans Wednesday 13 July

  • 21h : "Retraites aux flambeaux" (parc du Poutyl et sentier des Prés, arrivée plaine des Martinets) with local musicians
  • 23h : Firework
  • 23h30 : bal  with the orchestrer "Coup de folie"

Olivet Jeudi 14 juillet.

  • 23h : fireworks

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Ballet and Opera "The Tales of Hoffmann"

Tuesday13 november 2018 at 20:00

The National Opera of Russia presents "The Tales of Hoffmann"

Hoffmann's Tales - Russian National Opera

The National Opera of Russia presents "The Tales of Hoffmann", ballet in three acts adapted from the opera of the famous composer Jacques Offenbach. Inspired by the tales of the German romantic poet Ernst Hoffmann, this fantastic work tells the story of the love failures of the poet, narrator and hero.

Three dramatic passions, three inaccessible women: Olympia, a mechanical doll, Antonia, a phtisical singer, and Giulietta, a greedy seducer. Each of these love stories is thwarted by the destructive intervention of an evil character. Between dream and reality, constantly deluded, will Hoffmann regain his self-confidence? From Munich to Venice, will he manage to detach himself from his crazy loves to find his creative strength?  

The dancers and choirs, accompanied by an orchestra, offer a new choreographic version that faithfully portrays Offenbach's brilliant masterpiece. Among the essential pieces, the inimitable Barcarolle embarks the spectator in the magical and moving universe of this lost poet.