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The 20 euro entrance fee and possibly the 135 steps to scale the spiral staircase to enjoy spectacular views seemed to put off most visitors. We were treated to a personal visit by the guide who was full of interesting information. (The tour was in...More
We visited on a late morning. The man at the kiosk was initially brusque. He did, in his defence, openly admit he knew very little English. When assured that 2 of the 3 of us would be fine with the tour in French he warmed...More
For 13 Euros each we were nearly blown off a tower that had the same view as the other tower in the lovely mediaeval gardens. The diorama and cars on display deserved a five second viewing and the cellar was just that...a cellar. Save your...More
We arrived at 11:30. Although closed from 12-14h (even on a summer Saturday!) we were assured that a guided tour could be done prior to lunch closure.
The tour was indeed started. The tour guide was tired/uninterested so most of the French was inaudible. Worse...More
I wish I had read the other reviews before I went to see this Chateau. Opening time was 2pm but the staff turned up 10 minutes late. Unable (unwilling) to speak any English although my wife spoke to her in grammar school French. After paying...More
Expensive not worth EU 18 each . Rude staff at entrance we should have decided not to visit ,5 very inferior rooms,
Asked in the town after visit , local people said it was expensive and the Duke wants to keep out the Plebs !...More
We enjoyed our visit to Le Duche. It consisted of 5 rooms, a cellar and a steep walk to the top of the tower. If you want to get a birds eye view of Uzes, this is the place to do it. It was good...More
This is worth visiting while in Uzes. They have a few rooms to visit which are fully furnished and you are taken on a guided tour (in French however they give English speaking guests a folder with a brief outline). Climb the tower after the...More
We needed a change after almost three weeks of French Provincial Fare so made reservations at Le Duche, an Italian restaurant in the heart of Uzes. This was our third attempt. This restaurant is constantly busy do reservations are a must. Not easy as noone...More