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Douai

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Location information for Douai

Douai is a charming town in the French department of Nord in the Northern tip of France. The town is located along the Scarpe river, about 40 kilometers from the town of Lille and 25 kilometers from Arras. The town is known for its stunning architecture, especially its wealth of towers and belfries. The town is also a bustling city of art and history, boasting of its incredible heritage. The town can best be seen through cheap car hire at Douai.

With car hire at Douai, visitors could easily reach some of the town’s best attractions, including the famous watch tower, a beautiful construction that replaced a former wooden tower. The belfry consists of beautifully decorated turrets. Climbing to the top of the beautiful construction, visitors would catch a glimpse of the great scenery below the city.

A car rental at Douai would also take visitors to some of the town’s impressive cathedrals, one of which is the Collegiate church of Sainte Ame. The remains of the church contain a beautiful crypt that dates back from the 11th century. The church also plays host to the Painting of Saint Alexis, as well as the Sculpture of Saint Maurand, both from the 17th century.

The town is also home to some interesting mansions, including the Hotel du Dauphin, where the tourism office of the town is posted, as well as the Hotel de la Trameri, which dates back from the 1640s. Also of note are the town’s courthouse and the Hotel d’Aoust.

Visitors could also take time exploring the numerous green spaces in town, among which is the Parc Charles Bertin, a beautifully landscaped area, run across by a charming lake.