Agen, the french prune’s capital Located between the neoclassical city of Bordeaux and the famous Toulouse, Agen is in the south of France. World-famous for its prunes, it is situated along the Garonne river, and it offers beautiful landscapes made up with vineyards, hills and (...)
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Getting around From Agen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
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Agen, the french prune’s capital
Located between the neoclassical city of Bordeaux and the famous Toulouse, Agen is in the south of France. World-famous for its prunes, it is situated along the Garonne river, and it offers beautiful landscapes made up with vineyards, hills and valleys.
Agen offers a lot to see. If you come with your kids, head the Wallibi amusement park, with about 20 attractions spread among 30 green hectares.
Feast your eyes with the architectural heritage, having a walk in the Beauville street and its lovely houses, on the Docteur Esquirol square, along the side canal of the Garonne river, or strolling around the Notre Dame du Chapelet tower. Visit the museum of Fine Arts. Do not miss the amazing caves of Fontirou, 20 km away from the city, and dating back to no less than 30 million years!
Around Agen, go to the Prune’s museum in Laffite sur Lot.
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- "very convenient" Raymond s. 11/10/2015
We travelled first class which was wonderfully comfortable. We purchased our tickets online so we could just arrive and board the train which was very convenient. We enjoyed our trip - very fast!! Would use this again and would recommend!
- "Praise for TGV" David r. 26/10/2014
We are a retired couple and the service you provided was excellent We booked on line early to get your lowest price for Agen to Paris to meet friends over from England. It all worked very well. Only confusion was finding the train carriage at Paris, numbering was not clear for the Agen section so many people could not find it.
- "Fabulous French Trains II" Bonnie d. 01/10/2014
I love train travel in France! It has been my experience that the trains are consistently convenient, comfortable and dependable! It's so nice to just relax, look out the window and enjoy the landscape. Thanks for a great trip! Bonnie Davis Dallas, Texas
- "Pensioners difficulties" . 15/06/2014
We found it very difficult to find our coach20 it meant leaving the main part of the train ,we ended up sitting in spare seats As we had a large suitcase each it was difficlult moving down the aisles
- "Comfortable and efficient" Paul s. 02/06/2013
We found booking on the Internet to be a simple exercise. The TGV was of course on time and very comfortable. We have always enjoyed this service.