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Parking in Avignon

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We are staying in Aix for about a week in April. On one of our day trips, we plan to drive first to St. Remy, and then travel on to Avignon. Our research indicates there are several public parking areas outside the walls of Avignon, so my question is: does anyone know whether they fill up quickly or are otherwise problematic? If so perhaps a better alternative would be to park at the TGV station and taking the Navette into Avignon. I'd appreciate advice from anyone who has done this.

By the way, we are quite willing and able to walk a good distance.

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