Archbishop's Palace Or Palais Des Archeveques, Narbonne

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Archbishop's Palace Or Palais Des Archeveques, Narbonne - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Place de l'Hotel de Ville, 11100 Narbonne Narbonne, France

Phone: +33-468903030

Ticket Price: 9 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Built between the 12th and 14th century the truly beautiful Archbishop’s Palace is yet another impressive structure in the city of Narbonne. The palace is home to the museum of art and the museum of archeology. The palace is surrounded with commendable gardens and massive courtyards. If you visit the palace, do take a look at the museum and relax for a while absorbing the blissfulness of the magnificent gardens.

Archbishop's Palace Or Palais Des Archeveques Information

  • The cathedral is located close to the palace.

How To reach Archbishop's Palace Or Palais Des Archeveques by Public Transport

  • Train: Gare SNCF Train Station
  • SNCF Train Station

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  • History alive! Visit and enjoy each detail. Very nice, stunning views and spectacular cathedral.

  • Great architecture, don't miss the passageway from the plaza/square to the cathedral as it is very photogenic and the free clean rest room is here. Bunch of museums in the building. We didn't go in any of them

  • Must see. This whole complex is beautiful. We bought the day pass which gave us access to this and several other museums - it was definitely worth it. Climbing up the donjon tower is great too as long as you don't mind stairs and heights.

  • In spring of 2017 it was closed due to repaires/ restorations, but the outside is accesible and very cool.

  • Great collection and amazing sights! (41 m height).

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