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Carcassonne Sightseeing Tour
"If you choose the basic tour you will have the choice between 1h30 2h 2h30 or 3 hours tour.A full day tour is available including a meal. Carcassonne being the starting point to discover the surroundings making up for a full day excursion. For instance Carcassonne ( the cité) in the morning then the afternoon the village of Minerve and the oil factory of Bize.Another suggestion with a full day tour of Carcassonne the surroundings and back to Carcassonne including a meal. The old town of Mirepoix and on the way back to Carcassonne a special wine tasting the first sparkling wine
From EUR138.00
 
Medieval Cite of Carcassonne Guided Tour for 2 Hours
"Meet your guide at your hotel (if located near or in the cité of Carcassonne) or at the main gate and start your tour discovering the old legend of ""Lady Carcas"" who should have saved the cité in the 8th century. Then have a stroll between the 2 lines seeing the oldest remains such as Roman towers and walls. A beautiful view on the black mountain will probably make you feel like discovering the region!Then enter the cité and discover the narrow streets to the outskirts of the Count's Castle. After a short stroll you will r both Romanesque and Gothic in architecture to see the beautiful stained glass widows of the 13th and 14th centuries.After the tour we advise you to stroll on your own and discover boutiques cafés and restaurants."
From EUR9.00
 
"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Provence towns"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet and Gourdon from Cannes""Your pleasant excursion starts in Cannes and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offerfor example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village
From EUR500.00

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You'll have to walk...

La Cité is only accessible on foot... You have to climb a little, so beware of your condition. There are two access-points, one with easy-access (right side) and a more difficult one (left side)... Up...
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No bus on Sundays in Carcassonne!

The lady at the tourist booth in the airport forgot it was sunday, gave us a bus schedule, and circled the time for the next bus and pointed out to the place to wait, half and hour later, we were told...
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If you are a dog....

Carcassonne has this incredible program of canine carriages. I would imagine that most dogs availing themselves of this mode of transportation tend to carry a few extra pounds.
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On Foot

Once you reach the Citá/Fortified City, you don't need anything but your feet for two reasons:First, it's not too big; second, cars are not allowed.
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HIGHWAY

The best way with no doubt is by car...from France or Spain taking the motorway is really easy and closer to everywhere..from BCN just 3 hours split Carassone.
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Gare S.N.C.F. de Carcassonne

La gare de Carcassonne est sur la ligne Bordeaux - Vintimille, via Toulouse, Montpellier, Marseilles...
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2 Rue du Comte Roger, Cite Medievale, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France
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Place De Leglise, Carcassonne, 11000, France
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32 rue Trivalle, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France
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9 rue Camille Saint-Saens, Monte Gaston Combeleran, Carcassonne, 11000, France
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132 Rue Trivalle, (formerly Minotel), Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France
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18 rue Camille Saint-Saens, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France
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Top Things to Do in Carcassonne

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La Cité - Medieval City

Wander round the narrow streets inside the fortress of Carcassone in southern France,which is uphill from Carcassone city centre.--This fortified fortress is on UNESCO heritage list.. -Entrance is...
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Basilique St Nazaire & St Celse

The Cathedral in the Cite within the Castle walls is a wonderful church with lots of goth, stained glass, wild water spouts and fine sculptures. The cathedral as it stands dates from the 11th Century,...
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Chateau Comtal - Castle

Through another archway and across a second dr moat is the 12th century Château Comtal. Chateau Comtal was built in the 12th-century by Bernard Aton Trencavel. Chateau Comtal was originally the palace...
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Chateau Comtal Museum

While you can enjoy 80% of the castle without going into the Museum, the Museum provides a great deal of explanation and a walk around the ramparts and towers of the center of the Castle. It also...
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Ramparts - Defences

The castle itself possesses its own drawbridge and ditch leading to a central keep. The walls consist of towers built over quite a long period. One section is Roman and is notably different from the...
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Porte Narbonnaise - Narbonne Gate

The Narbonne Gate is the principal point of entry to the Citadel and is also called because it faces east towards the town of Narbonne. It consists of twin towers flanking the gateway and joined by a...
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leics

"Carcassonne.........town of two parts."
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Roadquill

"On and Off the Road in Carcassonne"
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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Moscow-Carcassonne"
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LoriPori

"CARCASSONNE"
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Aleyd

"Carcassonne - medieval heaven"
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