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Perpignan is the last major city in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon before the Spanish border meaning it lies in the Northern Catalonia part of France. It is this mix of cultures that attracts so many visitors. Itis also the capital of the Pyrénées-Orientales department. Both the Basse and the Tet rivers run through the city and it is situated about 15km from the Mediterranean Sea.

Perpignan was founded in the tenth century. It soon became the capital of the counts of Roussillon before acquiring the institutions of a partly self-governing commune in 1197. When James I founded the Kingdom of Majorca in 1276, Perpignan became the capital of the mainland territories of the new state. The succeeding decades are considered the golden age in the city's history prospering as a centre of cloth manufacture, goldsmiths' work and other luxury crafts. After swapping hands on various occasions Perpignan was eventually captured by the French during the Thirty Years' War in 1642. It was ceded by Spain 17 years later in the Treaty of the Pyrenees, and from then on remained a French possession.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know all that the city of Perpignan has to offer. Premiere Classe Perpignan Nord Hotel and Premiere Classe Perpignan Sud Hotel are both just a short taxi ride from the city centre where the city’s star attraction lies. The Palais des Rois de Majorque is a symbol of Perpignan's late-medieval splendour and as well as offering a glimpse into the city’s past it also boast superb panoramic views of the Mediterranean and Pyrenees. After this why not head to the Saint-Jean quarter where you can take a stroll through its network of narrow lanes and take in the surrounding 14th and 15th century mansions which make up this atmospheric part of town. For your second day not visit the inspiring Cathedrale St Jean before relaxing amongst the exotic orange trees of Jardin de Saint-Vicens.

A one-week break

A week is the perfect amount of time to fully appreciate the city of Perpignan. The city has many interesting museums that are all worth a visit. Casa Pairal, a museum on Roussillon and Catalan folklore, and Musee de l’aviation, boasting hundreds of planes, are just two examples of the various ones you can pay a visit to. If you fancy doing some shopping then the city has many small boutiques as well large stores, such as the Galeries Lafayette department store. The city also has both a rugby league and a rugby union side so make sure you get to a game for an exhilarating experience.

A family holiday
is a fantastic place to take the whole family! La Petit Train Jaune is a majestic three hour train journey through the mountains that everyone will love. If that is not enough then there is also indoor rock climbing as well as the Aqualand waterpark which will provide some fun for everyone!

Perpignan is served by the Perpignan-Rivesaltes Airport which provides flights to England, including London, Birmingham and Manchester, as well as to various places in Europe, including Brussels and Mallorca. The airport provides a shuttle service to downtown Perpignan. The city is also served by its Gare de Perpignan rail station which offers connections to Paris, Toulouse, Barcelona and several other regional destinations. Eurolines bus company also provide buses to several regional destinations. If you are driving the A9 connects the city to Barcelona and Montpellier while the N116 heads to Andorra. Compagnie Transports provide buses that run through the city and even as far out as Cabestany and Canet.

Catalonia is known for its proud artisan food, as well as its interesting and modern interpretations of traditional dishes. Some of the favourite dishes from the region include ‘escudella’ (a thick soup with vegetables, pasta and meat), ‘cargols amb salsa’ (snails cooked in a sauce with spices), ‘confitat de porc’ (pork preserve) and ‘coques’ (savoury pastries with a pizza-like base).

Perpignan provides an eclectic mix of events throughout the calendar year. A real favourite is the Guitares au Palais in August. It is a three day guitar festival taking place in the beautiful setting of the Palace of the Kings of Majorca and focuses on folk, gypsy and flamenco. Another favourite is the Jazzebre Festival in October which brings a traditional blend of traditional and jazz fusion to various venues. While another highlight is the Visa pour l’Image in September which brings together some of the biggest names in photo journalism.

Interesting fact
Following a visit in 1963, the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí declared the city's railway station the centre of the Universe, saying that he always got his best ideas sitting in the waiting room.

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