Rendez-vous at the Crypt and Tower of Bourges Cathedral
An outstanding example of architecture and a magnificent collection of stained-glass windows
The construction of the Cathedral of Bourges lasted from the 12th to 14th century. An outstanding example of architecture in terms of its dimensions, construction methods and beauty, the Cathedral also features a magnificent collection of stained-glass windows which date from the 12th to 14th century. The crypt contains the tomb of Duke Jean, a Renaissance burial place, and parts of the 13th century rood screen.
Cathedral designated world heritage site by UNESCO.
- Unaccompanied tour of the north tower
- Guided tour of the gothic and norman crypt: French
- Guide booklet: French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese
At the intersection between the three roads between Orléans/Lyon via Clermont- Ferrand, Troyes/Poitiers and Beaune/Tours.
Cathédrale de Bourges
Place Étienne Dolet