So many historical sites to visit … the list is long but remember!:
Sainte-Croix Cathedral, built on Roman ruins, with its Gothic transept demolished by Huguenot and rebuilt over two centuries by Henri IV and Louis XIV and the main gate which was opened in May 1829 at the 4th centenary of the issuance of Orleans by Joan of Arc, the main character of the city. During the 100 years war, the English occupied Orleans, a part of this French territory.
Hotel Groslot, the Crypt of Saint Aignan, the Convent minimal, the Maison de Jeanne d’Arc, the hotel Euverte–Hatte, the Hotel des Niches, the Old Town, and many other hotels, churches still preserved that you will find in the Guide “9 ballads” at the tourism office of Orleans.