Pont d'Avignon, Avignon

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Bridge · Historic Site
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Pont d'Avignon was built in the late 12th century, and was originally 900 m (2,950 ft) long, with arches larger than any other Roman bridge of that era. Although the bridge has been rebuilt many times, it has gradually lost arches since the first time it was damaged in a siege, in 1226. Today, only four of the original 22 arches remain. Make Pont d'Avignon a part of your Avignon vacation plans using our Avignon trip website.
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  • It was worth visiting the bridge to read the history (and listen to the audio guide) of this strange construction. Because it has been the subject of such attention, and even song, it was fun to... 
    It was worth visiting the bridge to read the history (and listen to the audio guide) of this strange construction. Because it has been the subject of such attention, and even song, it was fun to...  more »
  • The bridge was cool enough with some decent views but not a required visit location. It costs 5 euro and is a 10 minute walk downstairs from the palace. It only takes 15-30 minutes or so to see... 
    The bridge was cool enough with some decent views but not a required visit location. It costs 5 euro and is a 10 minute walk downstairs from the palace. It only takes 15-30 minutes or so to see...  more »
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  • We were charged 4 Euros to see the bridge on student discount. The normal rate is 5 Euros per person. It's the remains of the bridge that was built many centuries ago by a shepherd with help from the locals. They give you a device after you pay that tells you the history of different objects and places that are on the bridge. It's worth seeing but I don't see why charge 5 Euros for it. It should be free.
  • Beautiful place during the day. Around this object there are great views and good routes for jogging and walking... Form my personal opinion, have eyes wide open after sunset. Definitely must see in Avignion. Just few minutes walk from there there famous fortifications in Avignon and Pope's Palace.

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