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Throughout the famous Avignon Festival, the courtyard at the Maison des Vins becomes a pop-up bar with music in the air. I love stopping by to sample some wines from local producers.
6 rue des Trois Faucons - Open 7pm to 11pm (in July only)
A restaurant with a bistro vibe, a wine tasting cellar and a wine school can all be found in this unique venue, a showcase for wine tourism in the Rhône Valley and the Côte du Rhône appellation.
1 Place du Palais - open 8am to 11pm (closed Mondays)
Carré du Palais (in french)
The Rocher des Doms park has been a popular place for locals to relax since the 18th century. It affords unbeatable views of the Rhône’s landscape and Mont Ventoux.
Dive into the past at Europe’s biggest Gothic palace, with a 3D treasure hunt for the whole family.
In the heart of Avignon’s old town
Palais des Papes
If you like cooking and treating your taste buds, how could you possibly not stop at this huge indoor market? My favourite stall? “Chez les Filles”!
Place Pie - open every morning (closed Mondays)
Slip through the doors of this former livery, now a five star hotel. You’ll also love its Christmas market. It’s a great opportunity to explore a building with a rich history.
Behind the Papal Palace – Place de l’Amirande
Avignon’s most distinctive street, it’s a must-see during the Festival. We love wandering along it or simply sitting to people-watch.
Behind Place Pie
Follow the giraffe to discover the boutiques and artists’ spaces that form this Avignon collective!
All over Avignon (in french)
Order a Tuk-Tuk for a unique way to get around!
Cross the Rhône on the river shuttle, or on foot, and take in the views. You can even try and paddle up to the St Bénezet bridge in a canoe!
Île du Rhône, opposite!