Visite guidée de la ville de Tarascon : Vieille ville, Château, Souleïado, Maison de Tartarin

History - Sciences - Technology - Dates and program to be confirmed

En dehors de la période estivale , la visite guidée de la ville est proposée uniquement aux groupes.
Choix de sites et monuments à visiter dans le centre ancien, Château de Tarascon, Souleïado - Musée du Tissu Provençal, Ciergerie des Prémontrés, , Quartier Kilmaine...

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Information provided byOT Tarascon

  • Organiser

    Office de Tourisme de Tarascon
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    2 to 3hrs

  • Guide

    Erudite Guide

  • Tour language

    English, Spanish, German, French, Italian

  • Phone

    • 04 90 91 03 52
  • Fax

    04 90 91 22 96

  • Website

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