There are palaces, and then there are **palaces**. This mammoth monument is the largest Gothic building in the world, and towers over the picture-perfect town of Avignon. Built by Pope John XXII (we suspect he had some help) in 1316, the Palais has hosted nine popes and countless monarchs and nobility over the years. Explore and discover this palat...
- * Entrance to the Palace
- * Histopad available in 7 languages
- * Access to the gardens
- Earphones for the Histopad
- * A security check is in place at the entrance, short waiting times may occur * Large bags must be checked in Children under 8 enter for free. Go straight to the ticket desk and show your smartphone ticket. * If you selected the tote bag option, you will need to pick it up at the giftshop of the Palace of the Popes
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