Chapelle des Pénitents Gris
Rue des Teinturiers follows the course of the River Sorgue through Avignon's old dyers' district - busy until the 19th century. Some...
Two-hour tours of Avignon in English and French depart from the tourist office.
One of Avignon’s chief joys is to wander aimlessly around the photogenic old city. Within its 14th-century ramparts lie crooked streets...
A bit of London – cherry-red English pub with theme nights and TV sports.
L'Atelier de Damien
Unframed paintings and worn tile floors lend a rough-around-the-edges look to this off-the-tourist-radar restaurant on Avignon's...
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Lonely Planet review
The chic dining room, in the former mansion of absinthe inventor Jules Pernod, is a fitting backdrop for stylized Mediterranean cooking. Menus change nightly, and only include three mains, but brevity guarantees freshness. On balmy nights, book the courtyard garden.