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|Price range||From £439|
|Travel partner||Newmarket Holidays|
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Carcassonne, Avignon and Provence
- Return flights from your local airport to Toulouse or Barcelona
- Return airport-to-hotel transfers
- One suitcase allowance per person
- Five nights bed and breakfast accommodation at the Ibis Carcassonne Est (upgrade hotels available for a supplement)
- A guided walking tour of the Medieval City of Carcassonne
- A full-day visit to Avignon and the Pont du Gard
- The services of a Newmarket tour manager
- Government taxes and service charges
- Single rooms are available for a supplement
Fly to France or Spain, meet your Tour Manager and transfer to your welcoming hotel. Accommodation is reserved on a bed and breakfast basis, giving you the opportunity to dine out and discover some exceptional local cuisine during your stay
Today's included guided tour of the medieval city of Carcassonne - one of the most striking walled settlements in the whole of Europe - will introduce you to the city, after which you are free to explore at leisure. Restored in the mid-19th Century, the bastion includes the inner Chateau Comtal and the beautiful Church of St-Nazaire.
Continue your exploration, or join today's optional excursion to the exquisite port-town of Collioure. Visit the palm-fringed promenade that curves around the bay, before enjoying a visit to charming Narbonne - once the Roman capital of all of southern Gaul - with its imposing 13th-century cathedral
Today's included excursion takes you first to the spectacular, UNESCO-listed Roman aqueduct, the Pont du Gard. Straddling the River Gard, it has three levels and is regarded as a masterpiece of Roman engineering.We then make the short journey to delightful Avignon. Don't miss the curious half-bridge of St-Benezet - the 'Pont d'Avignon' of the famous French folk song - or the Palais des Papes - the 14th-century home of popes and cardinals.
Our last full day brings with it the opportunity to cruise a section of the tree-lined Canal du Midi, part of the 240-kilometre-long waterway connecting the Atlantic with the Mediterranean. Later, enjoy your last evening - perhaps dining in one of the atmospheric restaurants in Carcassonne's wonderful Cite
We leave Carcassonne, today, transferring to the airport for the flight home at the end of a wonderful holiday.
This renovated hotel is conveniently located within easy walking distance of the medieval city, restaurants and shops.
This friendly and comfortable Ibis is situated in a peaceful area of Carcassonne, approximately one mile from the medieval city, which can be reached by local bus, or on foot in approximately 20 minutes.
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|09-Sep-2015||Liverpool John Lennon||5||549.00||book|
We have just returned from a fantastic break in the wonderfull city of Carcassonne.I must tell what a wonderfull team you have working out there.Gavin and sabeen were just great nothing was any trouble,they both were very informative about the local history, resturants,they were a mine of information.The hotel Ibis was spotless with frendly staff and good food. over all it was a very pleasant holiday and great value for money.Thanks Newmarket we wll be back.
Mr & Mrs Ellmer