Perpignan ?

Old May 2nd, 2004, 04:46 PM
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Perpignan ?

Is Perpignan a worthwile overnight rail stop point ? Any advice would be appreciated including well located (to rail) best hotel and restaurant for early get away next day. Thanks for any help you can provide to us.
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Old May 2nd, 2004, 05:12 PM
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We only stopped for lunch, wishing we had time to spend a night. The bridges are all flower bedecked. We stopped at one of the many cafe/bistro groupings on a main square.
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Perpignan is certainly worth a day or two - no more unless you have transport to see some of the surounding area. The Hotel du Loge is right in town and has a nice room that looks out over a small place next to the Mairie. Not really near the station though. The station is 300-400 metres out of the town centre and I think you would want to be staying in the town centre to make the stopover worthwhile
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If you're planning on going in the next week or so, I would suggest not stopping in Perpignan. There have been serious problems in the past two weeks between the local North African population and the Rom population requiring a large police presence in the city. Things are calming down, but the problems are still making the news here.

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What time of year will you be there? We were there in late winter a couple years ago and didn't find it at all appealing. Two to three hours of walking around was more than enough for us.
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