Discover Avignon

Avignon is a remarkable city, which will surprise and charm you with its historic center, where the Regina Hotel is located, between the ramparts and the Palace of the Popes. Stroll through the city and discover all its wonders: the houses and the medieval streets, the historic squares, the restaurants and the boutiques. 

In this historic district, you can easily visit the Palais des Papes or the Pont Saint-Bénézet (more commonly known as the “Pont d 'Avignon'). We also advise you to organize a visit to one of the city's many museums: the Calvet Museum, the Lambert Collection, the Lapidary Museum or the Angladon Museum.

To find out more about tourist attractions, go to the Avignon tourist office, located a few steps from our 3-star hotel in the city center. 

Discover the Palace of the Popes

To fully enjoy Avignon and all its wonders, you must stay in the city center. By choosing our 3-star hotel, you will be just a few steps from the Palais des Papes. This exceptional monument, built in the 14th century, is a proud example of Provençal Gothic architecture. The Palais des Papes is classified by UNESCO as a “World Heritage Site”. All year round, the Palais des Papes opens its doors to you for exhibitions, cultural events and guided tours

Discover an important part of the history of Avignon and the region, by visiting the Palais des Papes! 

The Avignon festival

Every year, in July, the city center of Avignon comes alive to host the famous festival. Over three weeks, you will have the opportunity to attend a large variety of shows: classical theater, contemporary works, dances, artistic performances, etc. By staying at the Regina Hotel , you will be at the heart of the activities and performances.

The surrounding villages

In the surroundings of our hotel in the center of Avignon, you will find many villages which are worth the detour. We particularly suggest stopping at Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, renowned for its Mediterranean gardens, but also at Baux-de-Provence with its Carrières de Lumières and its superb panorama. Finally, don't miss the Pont-du-Gard, a magnificent Roman aqueduct listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  

La ViaRhôna

The ViaRhôna is a cycle path of more than 800 km which follows the course of the Rhône, from its source in Switzerland to its mouth in the Mediterranean. It crosses several regions of France, notably Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur and Occitanie.

Avignon is a city located on the ViaRhôna route, and constitutes an interesting stopover for cyclists. The surroundings of the city offer magnificent landscapes and exceptional tourist sites.