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For a holiday filled with medieval mischief, delicious food and drink and beautiful countryside, look no further than Carcassonne ! Stay at a Premiere Classe hotel for a hassle-free break !

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Low cost hotel in Carcassonne - 3 km from downtown
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Welcome to Hotel Première Classe CarcassonneEasily accessible, our 1-star Hotel Première Classe de Carcassonne, is a 10 minute wal (...) see hotel description

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Welcome to Hotel Kyriad Carcassonne – Aéroport If you’re looking for a place to stay in the town of Carcassonne, your search (...) See hotel description

Carcassonne is part of the Aude department in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of south-west France. The city’s history is long and varied and reminders of its former glory can be seen wherever you look. Carcassonne’s first settlements date back to 3500 BC, so there is plenty to do and see. The fortifications of the medieval cite, which were restored in the late 1800s, picturesquely divide the city into old and new.

While it was formerly an economic hub due to its trade in wool, Carcassonne is very much orientated around tourism these days. You can be sure to have your needs catered for, whether you enjoy wine, culture, history or nature. Canals, monuments, castles and more are all waiting to be explored. Stay at Premiere Classe Carcassonne to guarantee you have a good time.

A two-day break
The UNESCO-listed site which makes up the old town is not to be missed, however short your visit may be. With 52 towers and 3km of battlements it can’t fail to impress – make sure you explore the Narbonnaise Gate and the Aude Gate. Then why not take in the view from the 14th century Carcassonne Bridge and finish your trip with a boat tour on the Canal du Midi.

A week-long stay
If you’re staying for longer, take in the stunning architecture of the the 6th century St. Nazarius Basilica and the beautiful theatre de la cite. Move into the new town, known as the Bastide Saint-Louis – you can haggle for souvenirs at the weekly markets or stroll along the marina and browse the shops. Relax in l’Ile – a small island of calm in the city or explore the vineyards of the area – the Cabardés.

A family holiday
The Raymond Chésa Leisure Park is the perfect treat if you bring your family to Carcassonne and it’s only 25 minutes way from Premiere Classe Carcassonne. It offers plenty of activities: walking, mini-golf, swing-ropes or swimming in Lake Cavayère, just to name a few ! Maybe you’ll want to spend some time at the Australian Park; everyone will enjoy looking at the kangaroos and emus. For an alternative activity, there’s the Jousting Ground within the medieval cite – a guaranteed success with children !

You can fly to Carcassonne Salvaza Airport with many budget flight carriers and there is a shuttle service into the city. Carcassonne’s rail station is served by both TGV trains and regional services, with links to Toulouse and Paris among others. The A61 links the city with Bordeaux and Montpellier. The city can be explored on foot, bike, boat or by bus.

Traditional dishes which are bound to delight your taste buds include Jambonneau – knuckle of pork- , goose and duck confits and special chocolats de la cite. There are plenty of restaurants and bistros to choose from, so whatever your taste and budget, there will be something for you. If you’re not sure what to choose, don’t hesitate to ask the Premiere Classe hotel staff – always happy to help.

Every year on July 14th the city of Carcassonne is brought to life in a spectacular display of fireworks to mark the setting ablaze of its cite in 1898. The event attracts more than 700,000 visitors each year and has achieved world fame !

Interesting fact
Joë Bousquet, an artist who became a paraplegic during the First World War, is among the most famous inhabitants of Carcassonne. He became bed-ridden but received many visits from poets, painters and scholars. His residence is now a museum, Memorial House, which is open to the public.

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