Agde, the perfect destination to feel free! Located in the sunny Languedoc-Roussillon region, in southern France, Agde is a 28 000 inhabitants city on winter, but a 200 000 if you come during the summer! It is one of the most important marina of the mediterranean (...)
|From Paris Cdg Airport||04:38||HK$1,030|
|From Marseille Vitrolles Aeroport||02:13||HK$283|
Getting around From Agde, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Marseille Vitrolles Aeroport||02:25||HK$283|
|To Paris Cdg Airport||06:36||HK$565|
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Agde, the perfect destination to feel free!
Located in the sunny Languedoc-Roussillon region, in southern France, Agde is a 28 000 inhabitants city on winter, but a 200 000 if you come during the summer! It is one of the most important marina of the mediterranean sea.
The oldest part of the city dates back to the 5th century before Christ. So if you have a walk across the city you should see the ramparts, which are among the eldest ones in France.
But the particularity of the city you must know before coming is that it possesses an independant naturist camp in which you will find banks, shops, marina, restaurants and malls ! For heritage lovers, do not miss the amazing UNESCO listed round lock. You should also stroll along the "Canal du midi", UNESCO listed to, that provides pleasant walks.
This one links the Garonne river to the mediterrnean sea and dates back to the 17th century.
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- "Baggage and announcements" Michael w. 07/08/2013
We found the lack of enough suitcase storage space very annoying. This meant we had to drag our suitcases down the aisle sideways as there was not enough space in the aisle to wheel them along. People were forced to leave their suitcases near exit doors, which made it difficult and dangerous to get on and off the train. The racks above the seats were also too small to store anything larger than a small backpack. In all the countries we traveled through on previous trips to Europe, announcements on the trains were made first in that country's language and then in English. EXCEPT in France..Tthis is still the case!!!..the only announcement made in English was which carriage had the cafeteria. The French need to realise that English is the universal language!!!!!!!!!!!