Spectacular fields of grapevines can be seen all along the way throughout France.
Absolutely captivating views coming into Perpignan as the train follows the coastline.
What a way to start the day with fresh crusty rolls …
First sight of the day is an easy walk from the city centre to the Palais Des Rois de Majorque which is located on the hill of Puig.
The city centre of Perpignan.
The older area of the city.
Street Art can be seen throughout the city.
Funny fellows and very friendly people.
Any Aussie feeling a bit homesick, well you can always call into a pub – just a block away from the Tourism Office.
Novotel Suites are near the Theatre of the Archipel is quiet and well located – only a short walk to the old-city centre.
From Perpignan to Avignon you can take the TGV or travel on regional services and a direct service is about 3.5 hours. However, the TGV will always require a compulsory reservation with your Eurail Pass. If you decide the trip is too short to use your Pass then there are quite cheap fares available to book online. That way you can save your Eurail Pass for longer or more comprehensive journeys.