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Aurillac, also known in the Occitan language as Orihac, is a beautiful commune that you can visit in France. Aurillac is located in the intercommunality of Aurillac, Aurillac arrondissement, Cantal department, Auvergne region. In present, in town live about 29,000 people. Aurillac has an area of 29 square kilometers and is located at an altitude of an average 622 meters. This is one of the coldest cities in the country, exactly because of this high altitude. The city is the umbrella capital of France as it produces more than a half of the production in the country. Notable past or present residents of the city include Gerbert of Aurillac, better known as Pope Sylvester II, French revolutionary Jean-Baptiste Carrier, former president Paul Doumer, politician Georges Monnet and athlete Marie Marvingt. If you plan to visit Aurillac, do not miss its most important attractions.

Top Attractions within Aurillac

Piganiol Shop is the perfect place to visit if you want to see a large collection of umbrellas. This is the largest European producer of umbrellas and in the store you will need a lot of time to decide for one if you need or simply want to buy one. Do not miss the opportunity to see these great products in this store that opened in Aurillac in 1884.

Eglise Notre Dame aux Neiges or Our Lady of the Snow Church is a beautiful church located near the center of Aurillac. It was built hundreds of years ago in a Gothic style and is still standing today. More than this, the church is still successfully used, especially for important events, like wedding or baptisms.

Brasserie Flo is a wonderful restaurant located downtown Aurillac, in a wonderful area. The menu is very short, but it is simply delicious. It is based on the dishes of the French cuisine. If you visit this fine eatery, we recommend you to try Revioles de Royan a la creme de parmesan, followed by Filet de merlan sur pommes croustillantes and Delice de chocolat Macae aux fraises.