Inter-Hotel les Oliviers

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

164 Avenue du General Leclerc, 11000 Carcassonne, France
Inter-Hotel les Oliviers
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no flights in November

by janenigel

Has anyone any ideas why it is impossible to book flights from Carcassonne anywhere! from the 30th October 2010

Re: no flights in November

by leics

Probably just because European budget airlines have not yet uploaded their winter timetables.

Ryanair list flights up to 29th October. Check again in, say, a month or so's time.

Re: no flights in November

by HansDK

Some Ryanair flights are loaded well into 2011.

Maybe Ryanair are stopping their flights from Carcassonne - like they do from Lamezia.

Re: no flights in November

by cubsur

The airport's own website has no schedules listed from 1st November onwards.

Look at the French language pages. The English language pages list only those flights operating until 31st August.

That probably means that Ryanair has yet to decide what routes and flights to operate from Carcassonne this winter.

Re: no flights in November

by leics

Ryanair are cutting their winter capacity by 16%, so it may be that the decision about how often they fly to Carcassonne during the winter has not yet been finalised.

Re: no flights in November

by mpprh

This is a much discussed question locally.

Ryanair are very keen to announce new routes, but keep quiet about most abandoned routes.

As in previous years, the final destination and times info often arrives very late.

Ryanair announced winter flights Leeds/Bradford - Carcassonne on 6-7-2010.

What we know at present :

Ryanair are cutting flights from UK this winter

Languedoc is served by too many airports (Girona, Perpignan, Carcassonne, Toulouse, Rodez, Beziers, Montpellier, Nimes, Avignon, Marseille)

Ryanair is busy changing flights amongst the existing airports and a new base in Barcelona which has a bearing on Reus/Girona/Perpignan/Carcassonne.

Carcassonne has low grade navigational equipment resulting in many winter cancellations

Ryanair have threatened legal action against Carcassonne airport because of strikes

So, I am afraid you will have to "wait & see" !


Travel Tips for Carcassonne

Wood Carving on Old Houses

by hquittner

All of the houses in Carcassonne are very old (from various centuries past). Wood plays a large part in their outside construction and many of the houses retain their fine carving. There are no guides to these works but you can find them yourself by looking beyond the tourist signs and store titles. Looking for them is just another attraction of the town and takes no effort. Underneath the layer of commercialism there is a real old town that is exciting to visit.

Les vicomtes de Trencavel : XIe-XIIe siècles

by Klod5

Les possessions des Couserans s'étendent à partir du XIe siècle aux vicomtés de Nîmes et d'Albi avec l'alliance d'Ermengarde et de Raimond Bernard Trencavel. Leur fils, Bernard Aton, est ainsi à la tête d'une vaste principauté englobant les régions de Carcassonne, Béziers, Limoux, Agde, Albi et Nîmes. Son règne constitue, de 1074 à 1129, une étape majeure dans la morphologie de la cité; le château Narbonnais, que la tradition situe sur l'emplacement des tours du même nom, est délaissé au profit d'une nouvelle résidence, le palatium, que l'on implante vers 1120 contre les fortifications antiques du front occidental. Ce chantier succède de peu à la construction de la cathédrale dédiée à saint Nazaire et à saint Celse. La ville, sans doute déjà étendue extra-muros autour de l'An Mil aux faubourgs Saint-Vincent et Saint-Michel, est administrée dès 1192 par un consulat composé de notables et de bourgeois mais ne reçoit une charte de coutume qu'entre 1209 et 1229. The possessions of the Couserans spread from the XIth century to the vicomtés of Nîmes and Albi with the alliance of Ermengarde and Raimond Bernard Trencavel. Their son, Bernard Aton, is thus to the head of a vast principality including the regions of Carcassonne, Béziers, Limoux, Agdes, Albis and Nîmes. His reign constitutes, of 1074 to 1129, a major stage in the morphology of the city; the Narbonnais castle, that the tradition situates on the site of the towers of the same name, is abandoned to the profit of a new residence, the palatium, that one implants toward 1120 against the ancient fortifications of the western forehead. This yard follows of little to the construction of the cathedral dedicated to St-Nazaire and St-Celse. The city, probably already extended extra muros around the year Thousand to the outskirts St-Vincent and St-Michel, is managed since 1192 by a consulate composed of notables and bourgeoises but doesn't receive a charter of custom that between 1209 and 1229.

A Tourist Custom or a Tourist Trap (1): Armor

by hquittner

It costs a little money and if you get your money's worth it is not a trap. Nobody made him read the sign and go in the shop and "rent" the helmet! His companions enjoyed it too. It is next door to the Auberge de Madam Carcas (see our Restaurant Tip).

The Other Well

by hquittner

From the Place Marcou, the rue du Plo continues to a square at the tower of the same name. In the square is a large well (Le Petit Puits). All fortified cities need deep wells for water during sieges and this is the lesser one. The larger one is at the opposite end of town near the Castle. The tall tower with the stepped profile is the Tour Balthazar nearby.

Relaxed Atmosphere, Great Food

by fossettes about Restaurant de Saint Jean

Situated at the end of the street near the ramparts, this restaurant offers an upscale menu in a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. The whole place is welcoming...from the outdoor tables to the artwork within. The staff is friendly and attentive. The food is traditional with a twist and excelent.


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Address: 164 Avenue du General Leclerc, 11000 Carcassonne, France