Avignon is a city in the Vaucluse department, located in the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur in southeastern France. The city itself has around 90,000 inhabitants, though the total metropolitan area is more than three times as big regarding the number of inhabitants. For more information, also see the official Tourist website of Avignon.
From the Avignon Travel Guide
We only stayed one night and had to move on but wish we'd had longer. Martin is really nice - he showed us where to ride our bikes (you can hire them from him) to visit the pont du gard which is amazing. He also showed us a really awesome restaurant to bike to where we had great food and wine for dinner. ... more
Holidays in Provence
you can stay at aix-en-provence, it's really beautiful. from there, if you take the car, you can go to arles, nimes and avignon. you won't be disapointed; good food, beautiful landscapes and historical places. eva (si vols més informació, escriu-me) ...
The TGV trip down from Paris took 2 hours 40 minutes and, as we travelled closer to Avignon, we could see the start of the Alps with some snow on the mountains in the distance to the east. After ...
Posted in France at 50 by Neil-Sonia
Regional beauty. It was so nice to be in a place that wasn’t so concerned with the who’s who. Avignon was far more humble and understated yet had all the charm of any place we had previously visited. Cobble stone lined the roads and foot paths, cafes at every turn and plenty of little stores selling ...
Posted in Europe 2009 by samandvic