Timetable & Pick-up Location

Avignon to Barcelona

Route runs between 30 May - 27 Sep, 2020. Next departure is on Sat, 30 May.

  • 12:00pm Avignon pick-up
  • 18:30pm Barcelona drop-off

Approx duration 6h30m. Coaches will pick-up passengers every 2 days.


Coach meeting point

HO36 Hostel (formerly named ‘POP Hostel) 17 Rue de la République, 84000 Avignon, France

from €20.00
Recommended Accommodation

HO36 Avignon

HO36 Avignon

We recommend you stay with HO36 Avignon. Rated 81% on Hostelworld.

Avignon is a city of historical importance with its Palais des Papes, where the popes resided in… See all included services and facilities

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Activities & Day Tours

Stone Monuments Tour

Stone Monuments Tour

This is a half day tour that takes in the very best of the Provence region. First head to Saint Remy de Provence for a photo stop at the Antiques, then onto Les Baux de Provence, a village located high up on a rock with its stunning 16th century Romanesque buildings. Lastly we’ll visit the famous site of the Pont du Gard, classified by UNESCO as the most wellpreserved part of the Roman acqueduct that dates from the first century.

Operated by Provence Reservation

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Must See & Do in Avignon

The City

Surrounded by 4.3km of superbly preserved stone ramparts, this graceful city is the belle of Provence's ball. Famed for its annual performing-arts festival and its fabled bridge, the Pont St-Bénezet (aka the Pont d'Avignon), Avignon is an ideal spot from which to step out into the surrounding region.

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Top things to see
  • Saint-Bénézet Bridge The infamous ‘bridge to nowhere’, named for the sheperd boy Benezet
  • Palais des Papes The world’s largest Gothic edifice, this palace housed the rebel ‘anti-Popes’ for around 60 years
  • Notre-Dame des Doms The city’s cathedral, built in the 12th century.
  • Jardin du Rocher des Doms Lush, English style public gardens in the heart of the city, offering a view over the countryside and Rhone river.
  • Musee Angladon 18th century building displaying the paintings and furniture of couturier Jacques Doucet, a pioneer of high fashion and patron of the arts.
FOODS TO TRY:

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Anything from the surrounding Provence region!

HIDDEN GEM:

La Vache a Carreaux
A restaurant where every dish is cheese related, and some even revolve around it: think camembert baked with garlic and white wine.


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