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Among the narrow streets of the old Avignon, one is bound to wander into the Rue de Tienturiers, a charming lane full of picturesque crooks and character. This narrow leafy road is all of a pretty picture for a stroll along the little canals and...More
Coolest spot in town with a nice artisanal beer bar, several little restaurants and a nice vibe. I can’t figure why other reviewer wrote bad things about this street but life is like this: if you don’t want to see one or two innoffensive drunk...More
Disappointingly, you can not walk on the actual old city walls. The local authority is building a new path and tram route round the outside of the wall, which I’m sure will be nice when it’s finished, but the building work is far from complete....More
We walked from Palace ot Popes to Teinturiers.
In the Teinturiers a lot of broken glass and empty bottles and other vague stuff surrounding the Street among with Some dirty clochards with possible heroin background.
We saw them later behind Les Halles in a spookt...More
We were recommended to visit this by a walking tour guide. It is a street if two halves: on one side it feels like a student zone, with cafes, clubs, ethnic-y shops, flats, etc. On the other is a narrow canal, complete with the remains...More
Enjoyed spending Saturday evening there along the “canal”. Seems to be a mixture of tourists & locals.
Interesting history - enjoyed learning about the traditional Provençal fabrics - “Indienne & this area’s role in textiles.