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Citadelle de Saint-Tropez - Musée d'histoire maritime

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Citadelle de Saint-Tropez - Musée d'histoire maritime

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1, Montee de la Citadelle, 83990, Saint-Tropez France
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Saint Tropez takes pride of place on France’s Côte d'Azur, with spectacular seaside views. On this hassle-free tour, see the best of Saint Tropez and surrounds with your driver at the wheel. Take to the waves on a sightseeing cruise around Port Grimaud, follow in the footsteps of your favorite movie stars in glitzy Saint Tropez, and enjoy free time to soak up the atmosphere in the pretty Old Town.
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ginsengNewYork wrote a review Sep 2020
new york898 contributions309 helpful votes
Scenic old fortress turned into an interesting, unpretentious naval museum, with stunning 380° views. The location is superb, but the best part is getting into the museum. With information in both French and English, the mixed media exhibits are appealing for both young and old. Quite low cost by St Tropez standards, the 3euros entrance fee is a steal! The exhibits are tastefully displayed and cover the true identity of Saint Tropez in the past 500 years. Indeed, St Trop was not just a picture perfect fishing village, but it turns out it had much greater importance. The exhibits cover commerce and fishing trips along Provence’s coast, as well as long hazardous voyages aboard large merchant sailing boats beyond Cape Horn, journeys along the coasts of Africa and India, and the age of luxurious liners. Amongst notorious Tropezian celebrities, I discovered De Suffren, who had volunteered to help the colonists during the American Revolutionary War. Highly recommended !
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Date of experience: September 2020
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ksarman wrote a review Sep 2020
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar6,377 contributions316 helpful votes
Pleasant walk Nice view Interesting museum Peaceful place Funny staff, the one inside the courtyard , the one in charge on the hygienic matter !
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Reise-Fan-239 wrote a review Jun 2020
Stuttgart, Germany92 contributions6 helpful votes
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Les bastilles Climb up a few steps from the old city of Saint Tropez and you find the nice old fortress which includes a lovely museum of the sea, historical regional scenes. All located within the old walls of the citadelle. You have a nice look over the bays surrounding Saint Tropez. It is very lovely and interesting for children and grown ups as well.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Octavos wrote a review Feb 2020
Marseille, France92 contributions19 helpful votes
Nice view from the roof terrace, the museum is interesting. Free parking just next to the citadelle in the low season.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dvorac4 wrote a review Jan 2020
USA560 contributions239 helpful votes
This is a great place for a walk up the gentle hill and around on the paths with wonderful views of all of STT.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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