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Palace Of Kings De Majorque

Built in the 13th century, it’s one of the most remarkable examples of the medieval civil and military architecture in southern France. The main courtyard and its ensemble of Gothic buildings can be explored.
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St Jean-baptist Cathedral

This beautiful building was first a church in the 14th century and was then given the status of Cathedral in 1601. Admission is free.
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The Hyacinth Rigaud Museum

Situated in a typical 18th-century townhouse. The museum features rare and rich collections of the art and culture of the Oriental Pyrenees from the 13th century to the present.
Loge De Mer (Town Hall)

Loge De Mer (Town Hall)

Loge de Mer is one of Perpignan’s finest and oldest historical sites. Made of river stones, it represents typical architecture of the region. It used to be a stock exchange and the maritime consulate.
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Museum Of North Catalonia History Joseph Deloncle - Castillet

Standing at the crossing between the old and modern city, the building used to be a city gate and a prison. It is now home to a fascinating museum of the history of the North Catalonia!
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Casa Xanxon

This beautiful private mansion in the heart of the Old Town is one of the only Gothic houses conserved in Perpignan. It’s also the house of Art and History of Perpignan and features many secrets of the city!
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Around Perpignan

If you have time, the countryside has many interesting spots and villages worth a visit, such as Elne and its 2,700-year-old citadel, Riversaltes (renowned for its vineyards), or Saint Estève with its beautiful landscape at the edge of the Pyrenees’ chain. The coast has also some best-kept secrets, like the typical Catalan village of Saint-André!
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Musee Bella (Doll Museum)

Not only displaying 500 dolls at this museum but also posters, photos of artists and television celebrities. The Museum staff will receive you with pleasure but only by appointment.
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