Hotel Le Colbert

7 rue Agricol Perdiguier, Avignon, 84000, France

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    petit hotel

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    Small hotel type marries family, managed by the proprietary marriage, who they have decorated it in rustic style taking care of all the details. Simple, but very pleasant and comfortable, with plenty of comforts in the rooms (television, Internet access, hairdryer. ..).

    Unique Quality: The excellent, abundant, and homemade breakfast. The owners are extremely kind.

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Forum Posts

Train from Avignon to Milan?

by rainorshine

Hello out there

Can anyone please advise me as to the fastest way to get by train from Avignon to Milan? I need to travel the 21 May 2008, preferably in the shortest time/ most direct route as possible.

Much appreciated if someone can help me.

Re: Train from Avignon to Milan?

by Sarastro

There are two trains on that day both making a connection in Nice:

AVIGNON TGV 10h46 TGV DUPLEX 6171
NICE VILLE 13h36
NICE VILLE 14h05 CORAIL 145
MILANO CENTRALE 18h50
Durée : 08h04


AVIGNON TGV 14h40 TGV 9827
NICE VILLE 17h49
NICE VILLE 18h05 CORAIL 147
Durée : 08h10


There may be additional trains which require more than one connection. For more information:

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/

Re: Train from Avignon to Milan?

by swissfondue

Not exactly a short trip but the most direct route takes approximately 8hrs.
TGV from Avignon to Nice then change to a Eurocity service from Nice to Milan.
Food and drinks are available to buy on the train or you can take your own onboard. First class will offer more legroom if you need this.

Re: Train from Avignon to Milan?

by rainorshine

Thanks very much for the quick and explicit reply.

Re: Train from Avignon to Milan?

by rainorshine

Thanks very much. I'll check out the Eurocity connection, as this seems different to what I've found.

Travel Tips for Avignon

The Bridge of Avignon

by rickyvilla81

The famous bridge, which once linked Avignon to it's neighbour Villeneuve-lèz-avignon over the Rhone, was built between 1177 and 1185, but came into being in a biblical way. A herdsman, Benedict Benezet, who had never even been to Avignon before, was sitting contentedly in a meadow tending his flock (as countrymen sometimes do, it is said) when he heard an almighty Voice from God instructing him to build a big bridge over the Rhone. Before he could say, Sorry Mate, Wrong Number, the Voice went away, and left him with his task.
Sadly for him, in 1669 a great flood came and washed away much of the bridge, making it little more than a pier. And that is what we have today.

Orange

by robertgaz

About 20km's north of Avignon is the town of Orange which has some well preserved Roman architecture.

There is the Triumphal Arch which was built between 10 and 25 AD and also a Roman Theatre with a 103m long facade.

LE PONT D'AVIGNON \ PONT SAINT -BENEZET

by LoriPori

Originally spanning 22 arches, only four of those remain onLE PONT D'AVIGNON after the ravages of water, time and wars took its toll. The bridge was a vital link for trade and travel for Avignon.
The view from the bridge is excellent.

The Popes' Palace

by egonwegh

In the 14th century, the Holy Seat was moved from Rome to this town. Nine popes governed the Roman Catholic Church from Avignon. The Palace as seen from Villeneuve-les-Avignon across the river Rhone.

Le Rhône

by MM212

The river Rhône has been central to the existence of Avignon since its founding in Gallo-Roman times. The river demarcates the city on its northern and western sides, although it is concealed by the medieval walls. While blessed by the proximity to the river, Avignon has sometimes suffered from the Rhône's occasional excessive flooding, such as that of the 17th century which caused the partial destruction of le Pont d'Avignon. Today the Rhône adds to the scenery of the city. A walk along its bank is quite pleasant, particularly when lavender is in full bloom (see photos).

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Address: 7 rue Agricol Perdiguier, Avignon, 84000, France