Part of a group tour, an excellent walled medieval town compact enough to walk round easily. Quite busy with tourists of all nationalities it is best to take one of the many side streets off the market square to guarantee a seat at one of the many cafes, prices are reasonable. It was only on our return home and watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang that we recognised the town hall and market square as being used in the film! Well worth a visit.
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