Horreum Romain, Narbonne
Horreum Romain, Narbonne - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 7 Rue Rouget de Lisle, 11100 Narbonne, France
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Horreum Romain, Narbonne
The Horreum romain is the only building reflecting classical times that still stands erect in the city of Narbonne. In the underground basement of the building is a warehouse that belongs to the end of the first century BC. The two galleries of the building are accessible and the sound and light show in the building will give you the feeling of a market day. The old stones remains are also part of the building's display.
Horreum Romain Information
- The ticket is valid for 15 days and permits access to all monuments and museums in the Horreum romain.
Horreum Romain Ticket Prices
Monuments and Museums Pass 4 + Treasury + Donjon House Charles Trenet:
- Base rate: Full rate adult: € 9
- Adult group: € 8.50
- Child group: € 4.20
How To reach Horreum Romain by Public Transport
- Train: Gare SNCF Train Station
- SNCF Train Station
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I could stop for history and realizing where you are versus the usual tourist shops in town. The front desk people are very helpful
Very interesting place. Read about it before you go. There is little info in English, but the lighting and audio make the visit to this unique Roman deposit or subterranean market (they are not sure what it was used for), really worth a 40 min. visit.
Interesting yet short visit in the cave of a Roman villa.
Was intrigued by the description - however during May it is not open on a Tuesday and so it was closed on Tuesday 31st May when we visited.
Almacenes subterráneos de la época romana conservados en buen estado. El coste de la entrada es de 4 euros y los estudiantes no tienen descuento, el precio es para todos igual. Ni está mal, es una visita curiosa. Lo que si se llena de mucha gente, agobia un poco. Lo único malo es que los carteles están la mayoría en francés y solo algunos tienen la traducción en ingles. Hace gracia porque como hay sensores de movimiento a la que te acerca se ilumina.