The season for this holiday is:
01 April - 31 October 2019
Hotel Le Donjon Les Remparts, 2 nights: 01 April - 31 October 2019
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|Starting||Add on 2 nights||Single supplement|
|1 - 26 April||£160||£116|
|27 April - 27 September||£212||£170|
|28 September - 29 October||£160||£116|
Includes accommodation and meals as described. No travel is included as it is assumed that you are travelling via the city as part of your main Inntravel holiday.
Getting between Carcassonne airport and town (4km):
•Bus: 15-minute journey to railway station in the Ville Basse, regular departures
•Taxi: 10-minute journey to the Porte Narbonnaise (taxis are not allowed within the walls)
More information on Carcassonne airport >
If you are flying via a different airport and would like us to arrange connecting travel, please contact us for a quotation.
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Hotel du Donjon et des Remparts (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|01 Apr - 26 Apr 2019||£70||£122|
|27 Apr - 27 Sep 2019||£94||£169|
|28 Sep - 31 Oct 2019||£70||£122|
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Easy, relaxed walking with excellent food. Carcassonne was a good addition to the holiday, and staying within the walls (in a good Inntravel choice of hotel) meant that at night the volume of tourists was dramatically reduced.
Recommendation: At the Pont du Gard there is some really nice wooded walking on both sides of the bridge. Just follow the paths by the side of the river heading up-stream. You soon lose everyone else and have the paths to yourself. Walk (say) an hour, turn round and walk back. On the North (?) bank you can walk on a broad track to a 13th C castle and church. At the start you pass through some double gates (one seems to be permanently open) and just stride forward. The notices on the gates are a bit ambiguous, but my interpretation was that it was OK for walkers (otherwise, why have the gate open?). Whatever, I did not see a soul.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: This customer enjoyed our Carcassonne City add-on before To the Pont du Gard