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Book your Premiere Classe hotel today and discover Avignon.

Give yourself a royal treat by visiting Avignon, the city of popes ! Packed with history and culture, this part of south-east France is not to be missed ! Discover it now with Premiere Classe hotels.

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Starting from EUR 33

available 25 september 2017

2 km from downtown
Air conditionned HandyRoom

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Starting from EUR 32

available 22 september 2017

6 km from downtown
Wifi access Shower HandyRoom Free closed parking in the hotel Canal+

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Starting from EUR 27

available 25 september 2017

6 km from downtown
Restaurant Wifi access Shower Free closed parking in the hotel

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KYRIAD AVIGNON - Courtine Gare
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4 km from downtown
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Avignon has a long, rich history which is visible all around the city. Part of the department of Vaucluse within the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region, it is known as the “City of Popes” owing to its former status as the capital of Christendom during the Middle Ages. Its roots can be traced back to Roman times and like many other cities, Avignon was claimed by many; including the Goths and the Franks. It eventually became part of France in the 1700s.

The city was chosen over Rome to be the residence of the pope, sparking major controversy for a number of years. Its monuments and artefacts survived both the plague and the French revolution, many of which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With a warm climate and welcoming spirit, you’ll feel right at home staying with Premiere Classe Avignon – Courtine in Avignon.

A two-day break
Start your exploration of Avignon by visiting the Saint-André Abbey and the Saint-André Fortress and admiring the original ramparts which surround the entire city. Don’t miss out on seeing the Palais des Papes, the 14th-century gothic palatial residence which the city is famed for ! Stroll through the Roches des Doms gardens before visiting the quirky “Maison Jean Vilar” - a resource centre and museum dedicated to the iconic director.

A week-long stay
With a little more time to spare, why not head to the famous Avignon Bridge for a spectacular view of the city. Take in the fine art of the Petit Palais Museum or explore the Calvert Museum, which is housed in an amazing 18th century mansion. Relax on a tow-path walk along the promenade where you can take a free boat to cross the river. For some unique and fragrant souvenirs, head to the “Pure Lavande” Boutique where you can pick up the finest in lavender-scented goodies !

A family holiday
There’s plenty of family fun to be had in Avignon, the question is simply where to start ! Take a tourist train to get an all-round trip of the city. The Natural History Museum is always pleasing, containing lots of fossils and artefacts. Spend a day at the Seaquarium and discover otters, sea mammals, seals and sharks ! Go further afield to Adventure Camp and enjoy zip wires, mountain biking and quad-biking among other things – it’s just over one hour’s drive away.

Avignon can be reached via three airports – Avignon Caumont, Marseille-Provence or Montpellier Méditerranée. Avignon is on the A7, connecting to Marseille and Nice as well as the A9, connecting to Montpellier. Gare Avignon Centre and Gare Avignon TGV offer both regional and TGV connections to Paris, Lille and Geneva among others. The city can be explored by bus, bike, boat or on foot.

Avignon is packed full of flavours and is especially tempting for anyone with a sweet tooth. The Covered Markets and wine cellars offer an astounding range of food and drink to choose from – you certainly won’t go hungry ! Look out for Papelines, a delicacy made of chocolate, sugar and oregano liqueur. The city is also known for its brandies, spirits and liqueurs, especially using “trapped pears” – sample them at your leisure.


The Festival d'Avignon is perhaps the most well-known event taking place in Avignon each year, gaining an international reputation. It takes place in July each year and showcases more than 40 different works of theatre in a variety of venues, including the great Honour Courtyard in the Palace of the Pope – seating up to 2000 spectators. The festival was founded in 1947 by Jean Viral and is as popular as ever !

Interesting fact
It is said that the Avignon Bridge, known in French as Le pont St Bénézet, was built by a young shepherd called Bénézet who had been ordered to do so by God. He was supposedly guided by an angel to the village and told the residents about his plans. He was mocked until he single-handedly carried a large rock all the way to the Rhone. Bénézet died before the bridge was completed but his legacy remains.

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