Narbonne Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Family Travelers
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Narbonne Market has a variety of foods and restaurants. Narbonne pedestrian walking paths have little shops and cafes along the Canal du Midi. The square is busy if you like to people watch and the Cathedral is an example of 17th century architecture.Recommended for:
- NarbonneFirst to Review
I saw Narbonne for the first time in the fall of 2001. We had rented a gite in a small village about 15 minutes away, and quickly became charmed with this little city on the Canal de la Robine (a branch of the Canal du Midi) for its open market, les Halles, antiques, and wonderful restaurants lining the canal and the narrow streets leading away form it. Our favourite French shops are not too far away, and the city has some wonderful Roman ruins because of its location on the old Via Domitia through Gaul.