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Chattellerault is the capital town of the Vienna department in the Poitou Charentes region of western France. The city is bordered by the towns of Ussueay, Antran, Oyre, Saint Sauveur, Senill, Cenon sur Vienne, Naintre and Thure. The town is about 30 miles from the city of Poitiers, right at the heart of the Poitou Charentes region. Chattellerault has so much to offer in terms of tourism, from historical heritage to other attractive sites, which visitors could not get enough of. A good way to explore the town is through cheap car hire at Chattellerault.

With car hire at Chattellerault, visitors could easily reach some of the town’s exquisite mansions, one of which is the L’Hotel Sully, a 17th century mansion that holds an interesting museum. The collections in the museum range from historical artifacts, paintings, sculptures, china, archaeological items, weapons, and many others.

Also of note is the Le Pont Henri IV, a beautiful bridge made by the same architect who designed the Pont Neuf of Paris. Also among the notable bridges with impressive towers is the Camille de Hougues Bridge, which is also a national monument.

Visitors could also take a car rental at Chatellerault to the various religious monuments around the town, including the Church of Saint Jacques, a beautiful church with an imposing Saint Jacques de Compostela statue. Also among the remarkable features of the church are the marquee pillar and the 50-bell carillon.

Another worth visiting church is the St Jean Baptiste church, with impressive pillars and arches, built on site the old ramparts of the former St John’s church. Among its notable features is the stained glass window which portrays the baptism of Christ amid the Jordan River.