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The Cité de Carcassonne is the fortified core of the famous walled city of Gallo-Roman origin in southern France. It consists of double defensive walls punctuated by 52 watchtowers, a castle with a museum, a Gothic cathedral, and impressive historic buildings within the enclosure. It's also the inspiration for the beloved table game Carcassonne. It's been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
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From $9.31
The Seaquarium is a marine aquarium in the commune of Grau-du-Roi, France. It's home to more than 200 species of Mediterranean and tropical fish, 25 species of sharks, as well as seals, sea ​​lions, sea turtles, and other aquatic life.
4.6 / 5 (255)
From $15.69

Pont du Gard

The Pont du Gard aqueduct is the most-visited French monument dating from antiquity. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient former aquaduct is one of the best-preserved Roman sites in the world. It is located in Occitanie, between Nîmes, Uzès and Avignon, in France.
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From $6.37
Cité de l'Espace is an out-of-this-world theme park and attraction focused on space. Kids and adults can learn a lot, plus step aboard a Russian spacecraft. It's located on the outskirts of Toulouse, France.
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From $22.55
Halle de la Machine is an exhibition of performance machines, where each one moves and tells a tale. Think giant, walking manmade contraptions on a real-life runway. Visitors can explore the machines’ 'stable' aka a giant hall in the Avenue de l'Aérodrome de Montaudran, in Toulouse, France.
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From $10.29
Aigues-Mortes is a walled Medieval town on the Camargue in France, and it's considered the greatest example of 13th-century military architecture. Visitors can stroll around the town and visit the fortifications as well as shop and eat in an abundance of cafes, restaurants and shops.
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From $7.84
The Musée de la Romanité is a state-of-the-art museum located in the French city of Nîmes, close to the famous amphitheater. Housing thousands of Roman artifacts, the building is an architectural marvel, with its facade designed to resemble a draping toga.
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From $8.82

Forteresse de Salses

The Forteresse de Salses is a Catalan-built fortress in the commune of Salses-le-Château, in the French département of Pyrénées-Orientales. Built at the end of the 15th century, it guarded the former frontier between Spain and France. Its layout and architecture is a rare example of the transition between a medieval-style castle and a more modern fortress. Today, it is open to the public and attracts 10,000 visitors every year.
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From $7.84

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Seaquarium + Aigues-Mortes

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Le Grau-du-Roi


Explore a vast aquarium in the south of France and see sharks, turtles, and more
4.6 / 5 (255)
From $15.69

La Halle de la Machine

An exhibition of performance machines that carry humans on a giant runway
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From $10.29

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