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La Mirande, dating back to 1309, is a hotel located in Avignon's city centre. It offers 18th-century style guest rooms with views through the antique windows overlooking the Palais des Papes. The staff here were so kind, attentive, warm and welcoming!
Set at the Place de l'Horloge, Kyriad Avignon-Palais des Papes is located in the pedestrian zone of the historical centre of Avignon. Great location. Rooms are small but very clean an comfortable.
Located in the heart of the Old Town of Avignon, Hôtel Central offers comfortable guest rooms with free WiFi internet access. A garden and a bar are available on site. Perfectly situated in the center, near transportation hubs, food choices, and tourist sites.
In the heart of Avignon, on the main square "Place de l'Horloge", 50 meters away from the Popes Palace and 500 metres from the Pont d'Avignon, Mercure Avignon Centre Palais des Papes features free... My partner was taken ill our second night in Avignon, and was unable to travel as scheduled.
This hotel is set in a 19th-century building overlooking the picturesque Place de L'Horloge, in the centre of Avignon. It offers stylish rooms with free WiFi access. Friendly staff. Nice rooms. Comfortable beds. Wifi worked perfectly.
Located in a historical building in the centre of Avignon, HO36 Avignon is 350 metres from Palais des Papes and 750 metres from Avignon Train Station. It offers free WiFi access and a patio. Great staff. Facilities were clean and the beds were comfortable.
The Danieli Hotel is situated at the heart of Avignon Old Town, 400 metres from the Palais des Papes and a 10-minute walk from the Pont d'Avignon bridge. Friendly staff, best historical town in france
Régina is a hotel located on the main street in Avignon and just a 5-minute walk from the Palais des Papes. Location, price and breakfast. And good room.
Situated in Avignon, 2.8 km from Papal Palace, Hotel de l'île features accommodation with a bar, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. We were treated very well and made very welcome. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Hotel Boquier is set in the Avignon City Centre district in Avignon, 800 metres from Papal Palace. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV. The staff is good. The hotel is beautiful, the details they have it give you a relaxing sensation.
Le Médiéval is set in a former cardinal's palace in Avignon historic centre. This 17th-century building is a 5-minute walk from the Popes Palace and offers a floral patio with a fountain. Loved that it was in a lovely area.
Featuring free WiFi, Garlande Hôtel Avignon Centre offers accommodation set on a pedestrian street in Avignon, 500 metres from Papal Palace and 900 metres from Pont d'Avignon. Location, room and breakfast were terrific. The concierge was a wealth of information.
The Hotel Mignon is a boutique hotel situated within the ancient ramparts in the heart of Avignon's centre. Location near 3 tube stations, beautiful rooms, excellent bar and restaurant, but most of all, the...
If you're at the Palais du Pope already then it's worth the 15 minute walk to go see it. But it is at its heart just a bridge. I did not use the audio guide, I'm sure there's an interesting story to it. The river views are nice.
Don't miss the fantastic opportunity to be near the water - we were not prepared for that. Wish we would have planned longer time to spend at Pont du Gard area and relaxed down on the sand bar in the water with a picnic. I found the museum difficult to follow, but it had great information and was a little bit interactive. However, we were there at closing time - so not sure if they were shutting down lights etc while we were there - or if it is always that dark.
Nice to visit, but horrible organisation for the summer time and quite expensive on everything from food to drinks and activities. It is clear for us that Avignon is not an affordable place for the tourists. The parks get closed at 20 PM every day (22 PM in June and July) for things like "safety" ... which is really ridiculous, considering that we pay taxes for that "safety" and if we pay ... we should enjoy the 'safety' instead of being locked out from all the parks in the city. So if you plan to visit the Avignon in the summer, get ready to be scorched and don't bet on resting or having a small picnic in the local parks after 20:00 PM because they will be closed. Also, be careful about the local gangs just hanging around the city streets / city blocks. We were approached and made to show our pictures on the cameras so that the guys make sure we did not take any pictures of them. We were peaceful and recognized the right of the guys not to be in our pictures, but the overall atmosphere and behavior did not give us the impression of safety, but the exact opposite. While talking with one of the gang members, we were joined by 4 more persons, that quickly sneaked behind us. Nothing bad happened because we (and them) were polite and we were actually taking pictures of the architecture, but it made us think just how ridiculous is the idea of closing all the parks for "safety" . It doesn't increase the safety, nor does it give the impression of safety. We believe it does the exact opposite, giving the impression that the local authorities cannot maintain safety and security in the parks during the evening / night. The town is absolutely beautiful and really a must for history and architecture lovers.
Unless you want to get up close and touch it, save yourself a few Euros and check out this bridge from almost anywhere else along the river. A great view can be found from the modern bridge right next to it.
We were lucky to have great weather and could admire the amazing view across the Rhone. Again you need to be wearing sensible footwear as the stairs and path across the bridge are uneven. When you visit any of the attractions in Avignon, you should be given a leaflet which is stamped which will allow you to claim discounts for any other attraction that you visit.
Since you are already there why not giving it a visit? It's nice, it's historical, but after the pope's palace, it cannot add much... I found the entry fee of 8 eur just to walk up to the bridge too much... It's not far from the palace but the way there is not well marked at all (which is strange...)