What to do in Avignon and Provence?
Your charming hotel in Avignon center is in the heart of the city and the Provence region. The Boquier hotel is a prestigious stage, indeed, it is referenced by the Guide du Routard, the Petit Futé and other French and international guides including the guide Rick Steve's. We will be delighted to welcome you and guide you in the choice of your activities and visits unavoidable. & Nbsp; p>
The hotel is in the center of Provence, indeed on both sides of the City of the Popes, you will be less than an hour drive from Orange, Pont du Gard, Arles, Baux-en-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Isles-sur-Sorgues, Fontaine de Vaucluse, Gordes and many other Provencal villages. Hotel Boquier is also located near the Côtes du Rhône wine route. P>
Palace of the Popes
The Palais des Papes is the largest and most important Gothic monument of the Middle Ages. This real fortress is perched on the rock of the Doms. His visit is a must during your stay in Avignon: discovery of the private apartments of the Pope, exhibitions theme or concert will be at the rendezvous.
The bridge of Avignon
Its real name, the Pont Saint-Bénézet, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It consists of 4 arches, to visit all year. At the time, it was the only way to cross the Rhone, then some of its arches were washed away, discover its turbulent history. P>
In Avignon, all municipal museums are free, so you can discover the remarkable heritage of the city. Visit the five museums of the town: Calvet, Lapidaire, Requien, Roure Palace and Petit Palais. Fine arts, archeology, natural history and Provencal culture are on the program. P>
Your charming hotel is close to the Lambert Collection. p>
Separated by the Rhone from Avignon, the history of these two cities is linked. Villeneuve-lès-Avignon offers its visitors an exceptional panorama. Thus, you can observe: Mont Ventoux, the Rhone, the Alpilles, the statue of the Golden Virgin on the rock of the Doms or the Palace of the Popes of Avignon.
Pont du Gard
The Pont du Gard is the remnant of an aqueduct from the Roman era. During your visit to this exceptional site, you can discover the history of this building, make beautiful walks through the scrubland or enjoy a friendly moment on the banks around a nautical activity.