We're sorry, this tour or activity is not available for selected date.
Step back in time on a history tour
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Multiple times offered throughout the day
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Led by a local guide
Meet your local guide near the early 20th century covered market of Narbonne. Start the visit by visiting this place and smell the flavours of the local products and if you want even you can buy some of them. Then, cross the bridge over the Canal de la Robine that splits the city in two. Walking along the canal, you arrive to the historical city centre of Narbonne. Two thousand years of history are concentrated around the main square. There discover the Roman Antiquity when Narbonne used to be capital of Narbonensis Provincia. A piece of a very important Roman way, the Via Domitia is exhibited on the centre of the same square. There discover as well the impressive Archbishop of Narbonne Palaces, linked to the Cathedral thanks to the cloister. The cathedral is a magnificent jewel of Gothic architecture and still owns a beautiful retable from the 14th century. Walking near the canal discover the importance of water for this city since the beginning. After this, walk through the beautiful tiny streets of the city to pass by the forum square or in the other side of the city, you can admire a beautiful Renaissance window, then a Gallo-Roman necropolis in the St Paul Church . The tour ends up near the covered market, time to let you buy or discover the local flavours and tastes of southern French food.
Local Professional art historian guide
The listed price does not include parking fee, payable at the time of tour check-in.
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
A moderate amount of walking is involved
Wheelchair accessible - if assistance is required, passenger must provide their own carer
Be sure you have good shoes to walk through the medieval street of the city. The tour can be adapted for people with difficulties on walking (some places or monuments do not have access for people in wheelchair).