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Inside Background
Carcassonne is widely known for La Cite, a doubly walled neighborhood declared...
Last edited: July 08, 2007
There are three books that explore the cultural ways of the French countryside...
Last edited: September 16, 2008
Carcassonne offers plenty of attractions and museums and getaways and you don’t...
Last edited: June 08, 2007
Carcassone is part of the Languedoc, a region that locals call the “country of...
Last edited: September 15, 2006
Inside Transportation
The town has a local airport, Aeroport de Carcassonne-Salvaza. It is serviced...
Last edited: December 18, 2012
Keep in mind that Carcassonne is divided into two great neighborhoods separated...
Last edited: May 10, 2013
Inside Things to Do
Jazz, Spanish dance, music, theater, all are celebrated at the festivals taking...
Last edited: July 22, 2006
The whole family will love the Canal du Midi. Declared a UNESCO historical site...
Last edited: July 22, 2006
List of activities and sites that every first time visitor to Carcassonne...
Last edited: July 22, 2006
If you find yourself in Carcassonne from 12am until 8am waiting for a flight...
Last edited: July 12, 2011
Antiques (and their replicas sold as souvenirs), books and wine are the most...
Last edited: July 18, 2006
Mediaeval exhibition of dance, weapons and theatre with an eagle owl
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Inside Dining Scene
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Inside France: For Foreign Visitors
Being part of the Eurozone, France uses the Euro as its currency. The euro is...
Last edited: October 04, 2014
Border crossings France is a member state of the Schengen area (see here) and...
Last edited: January 07, 2012
In case of emergency, call SAMU (medical emergencies): 15 Police emergency: 17...
Last edited: April 30, 2006
Here are some useful phrases to get you started: ENGLISH   FRENCH...
Last edited: August 27, 2014
There are telecartes (phonecards) available at tabacs (tobacco shops) all over...
Last edited: August 27, 2014
In France, you will always find a service charge on your bill, above the line...
Last edited: June 20, 2014
Before you drive in France, ensure that you have a High Visibilty Jacket for...
Last edited: July 07, 2013
For anyone with asthma or allergies, a trip to France in the past would quickly...
Last edited: August 18, 2008