Hotel Premiere Classe Carcassonne

Allee J Gutenberg Salvaza, 11000 Carcassonne, France
Premiere Classe Carcassonne
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Street scene at Carcassonne Old Town, May 2010Street scene at Carcassonne Old Town, May 2010

Terrace of Le Clos St. Hilaire near CarcassonneTerrace of Le Clos St. Hilaire near Carcassonne

La Cité/The Fortified City (Carcassonne, France)La Cité/The Fortified City (Carcassonne, France)

La Cité/The Fortified City (Carcassonne, France)La Cité/The Fortified City (Carcassonne, France)

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train or bus to Beziers?

by paulevang

Hello Member,
My wife and I will be arriving at Carcassonne Airport in the morning of the 26th Sept this year and I wondered if there may be a train or bus service available from Carcassonne Airport to Beziers, could one of you kind members help advise me please?

regards,
Paul & Connie

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by mariev

You can take the rain between Carcassonne and Beziers
It lasts from 45 mn to 1 hour, either direct or with a change in Narbonne
see http://www.voyages-sncf.com/

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by mariev

And i forgot, there are busses (shuttles) betweenn Carcassonne airport and the railway station

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by puerto_lover

The airport is small. There are buses leaving after the arrival of each plane and can drop you at Carcasonne station. Or you can take a taxi for the short ride, say 10 minutes. At the station you can take a direct train to beziers and maybe you should write down the train times for the day you wish to travel. Use http://www.voyages-sncf.com/
Direct train takes about 50 minutes.

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by paulevang

To Mariev, Puerto Lover and Pedmar,
Thank you very much for your prompt and very helpful info...we very much appreciate your input and we wish you three good health and happiness!

regards,
P & C

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by KathyGh

This is great. Thankyou.
We are travelling the same journey on the 19th September and needed to know this information.

Did you find out how much it was please ?

Re: train or bus to Beziers?

by KathyGh

Thankyou

Travel Tips for Carcassonne

Art inside the fortress

by lonestar_philomath

Carcassonne can be crowded during the summer time. I was fortunate as there were not many tourists the day I was in Carcassonne. There is a tour only that allows visitors to walk on top of the wall.

Du siège de 1240 à la création de la bastide royal

by Klod5

Avec le soutien de la noblesse locale et la complicité des habitants des faubourgs Saint-Michel et Saint-Vincent, Raimond Trencavel II, déchu de l'héritage paternel, assiège la forteresse. Le 17 septembre 1240, l'offensive est lancée, déployant durant 25 jours grand renfort de mines et de balistes. La défense active du sénéchal Guillaume des Ormes soutenu par les troupes de Louis IX repousse Trencavel dans ses retranchements le 12 octobre. Il est contraint à renoncer à ses droits en 1246 ; un an après, il brise son sceau en signe de soumission devant Louis IX qui autorise la création de la bastide sur la rive de l'Aude. Comme l'annonçait le traité de Paris en 1229, Alphonse de Poitiers hérite du comté de Toulouse à la mort de Raymond VII. Le jeune frère du roi et sa femme Jeanne meurent sans héritier en 1271 ; le comté de Toulouse devient possession du roi qui rattache ainsi définitivement le Midi au domaine capétien. With the support of the local nobility and the complicity of the inhabitants of the outskirts Saint-Michel and Saint-Vincent, Raimond Trencavel II, fallen of the paternal inheritance, besieges the fortress. September 17, 1240, the offensive is thrown, opening out during 25 days big reinforcement of mines and balistes. The active defense of the Guillaume sénéchal of the Elms sustained by the troops of Louis IX repulses Trencavel in his stoppings October 12. He is forced to give up his rights in 1246; one year after, he breaks his seal in sign of submissiveness owing Louis IX that allows the creation of the bastide on the strand of Aude. As the treaty of Paris announced it in 1229, Alphonse of Poitiers inherits the county of Toulouse to the death of Raymond VII. The young brother of the king and his wife Jeanne die without heir in 1271; the county of Toulouse becomes possession of the king that connects the South of France thus definitely to the domain capétien.

Fête du cochon

by Klod5

The visit of the Cadets of Gascogne - a society of people of letters and Parisian artists original of the West South - in Carcassonne, in 1898, mark the beginning of the exploitation of the citadel like privileged place of reconstitution of the Aged Means. To this opportunity a big historic cavalcade, made of extras, in costumes of the XIIIth century, browses the low city before knowing its apotheosis while arriving to the city. From this identical demonstration date take place, sporadically, in the citadel, at the time of official visits or commemorations. Since about ten years the "Medieval" offer, during the month of August, besides a historic spectacle, the tournaments and the inspired scenes of life of life to the Aged Means. More lately, on the occasion of the "feast of the pig", the union of the tradesmen puts in stage, using costumes of time, the legend of Carcas lady throwing the pig since the top of the battlements.

Maison du Chevalier

by leics

I liked this house................it's clearly Medieval in origin, and less changed than many nearby. Easy to miss though, especially when the streets is crowded in high season.

Rue de Trivalle, on the left as you walk towards La Cite.

Cheap place

by jvleminc1 about Le bistro d'Agustin

If you are looking for cheap food, this is a good choice, next to the various Chinese restaurants. They have an "express meal" for 8.5 EUR, which consists of a salad, a main course and a dessert with glass of wine and coffee. It is open 7/7 till midnight, I think, so I went there at 2200, got stuffed and then made a nice walk in the extremely silent nighly city.

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Address: Allee J Gutenberg Salvaza, 11000 Carcassonne, France