Where to stay, and what to do
Whether you are coming through Paris or joining us directly in the south, here are some recommendations to get you started! Don't hesitate to contact Charles & Anna for any other information or assistance.
The Luberon / Stay
The Luberon region is crammed with beautiful vacation rentals. If you are coming with friends, why not rent a villa? Charles & Anna will be staying in Les Imberts, a small hamlet next to Gordes, and most events before and after the big day will be in this area.
Getting there: Take the TGV high-speed train to Avignon, or fly to Marseilles. Gordes is approximately 40 minutes drive from Avignon.
Transport: Public transport is light in the region, so we recommend renting a car. Gare de Avignon and Marsailles airport.
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Airbnb: There are lots of options in the region.
Camping des Sources: This holiday park has an enviable view of Gordes and the Luberon. You can stay in a cabin, camper-van or even a tent!
The Luberon / Explore
Lavender fields, wineries and beautiful ancient villages framed by the Luberon mountains: this is one gorgeous region.
Beautiful Villages: There are cute villages galore, including the stunning villages perches Gordes, Bonnieux, Lacoste and Ménerbes.
Sights: Don't miss the 12th century Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque, Bories village, Fontaine de Vauculuse, etc etc etc
Eat local: Some of our favorite restaurants in the region are X, Y, Z.
Get sporty: Cycling enthusiasts
Paris / Stay
There is no shortage of accommodation options in the City of Lights! If it's your first time here, stick to the arrondissiments close to the river: 1-9.
Airbnb: Always a great idea! Keep an eye out for what floor you're on (few elevators) and if you are close to a metro.
St Christophers Inn: A large, modern youth hostel near the Gare du Nord.
Hotel Thérese: Boutique luxury hotel just north of the Louvre. Trés chic.
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