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Pau, Communaute d'Agglomeration Pau-Pyrenees France
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Solo Heritage Pass
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Solo Heritage Pass

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A unique Heritage Pass to discover France and Belgium through more than 400 monuments for a year. From Brittany to Burgundy, from Wallonia to Occitania, hundreds of castles, museums, abbeys, park and gardens open their doors to you.<br>The Solo Heritage Pass is valid by name for one person only. It is strictly personal and non-transferable once activated.<br>The Heritage Pass allows you to book free of charge entries to partner monuments for one year.<br>The activation period is three months from the date of purchase.<br>Beyond this period it is still possible to activate the Heritage Pass but the period of validity will be started.<br>For the guide and the languages, each of the 400 partner monuments has its own rules.<br>
$115.65 per adult
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Talitha P wrote a review Oct 2020
Pau, France3 contributions
A very nice walk with a wonderful view of the mountains, go on a clear day though because otherwise you will not see the mountains and half of the experience will be gone. If you look carefully there are little markers on the rail that tells you what each mountain that you see is called.Yes there are cafes and restaurants along the way and it's very close to the town center. There is also the funicular that brings you to the lower part of the town and at the end of the walk there is the chateau de Pau. I live in Pau so I walk there often but I would recommend for tourists.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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masboutin wrote a review Feb 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom153 contributions57 helpful votes
nothing more to add to the title, assuming it's not foggy or raining! There's a number of bars that on a clear day have possibly the best views in the area
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Date of experience: January 2020
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John K wrote a review Jan 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom71 contributions24 helpful votes
Best views of the pyrenees with access to the funicular and a row of pubs/eateries to suit most tastes. Looks great for outdoor Summer evenings.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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GrahamH1956 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom99 contributions18 helpful votes
The heart of any visit to Pau. A lovely stroll with views across the Pyrenees and a selection of bars and cafes just a short walk from the town centre, chateau, etc..
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Date of experience: January 2020
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mitch w wrote a review Oct 2019
Bordeaux, France768 contributions231 helpful votes
Overlooking the river below the city, and showing a good view of the distant Pyrenees Mountains, it is a nice place to relax. There are several parklike areas leading from the Blvd. to the city center as you stroll along. The funicular is located here taking you down to the train station.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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