Explore Narbonne in France with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Activities in NarbonneIndividual Sights in Narbonne
Sight 1: Vestiges archéologiques du Clos de la Lombarde
The archaeological remains of the clos de la Lombarde are a set of vestiges for the most part Gallo-Roman discovered during archaeological excavations in the city of Narbonne. The excavations have notably made it possible to uncover an exceptional set of mosaics and murals, which have earned the site classification as historic monuments since 2007.
Sight 2: Ancien couvent des Carmélites
Sight 3: Collège Beauséjour
Sight 4: Maison dite de l'Aumône
Sight 5: Maison romane
Romanesque house can designate: Romanesque house of Brignoles Romanesque house of Narbonne Romanesque house in Rosheim Romanesque house of Saint-Gilles Romanesque house (Provins) Romanesque house (Hyères)
Sight 6: Horreum Romain
Horreum is a Roman monument located in Narbonne in the heart of the city a hundred meters north of the Archbishop Palace. The site has been classified as a historic monument since 1960 and 1961.
Sight 7: Ancien hôtel de l'Archidiacre
The Hôtel de l'Archidiacre is a seventeenth-century building, located at number 3 rue Rouget-de-Lisle, in Narbonne, Aude (France).
Sight 8: Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur
Narbonne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Narbonne, France. The cathedral is a national monument and dedicated to Saints Justus and Pastor.
Sight 9: Monument commémoratif d'Ernest Ferroul
Sight 10: Palais des Sports, des Arts et du Travail
Sight 11: Basilique Saint-Paul
The Saint-Paul de Narbonne basilica is a Catholic basilica located in Narbonne, in France. It is an old collegiate church also called Saint-Paul-Serge basilica.
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