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Cathedrale St-Just

Rue Armand Gauthier, 11100 Narbonne, Narbonne, France
+33 4 68 32 09 52
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City Tour of Narbonne, The Old Roman Capital
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Rue Armand Gauthier, 11100 Narbonne, Narbonne, France
+33 4 68 32 09 52
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful building which has an interesting history. Even this atheist found it a wonderful experience.

Thank Debbie_in_Sydney
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very impressive and very high choir. We were fortunate enough to go in during choir practice so got to hear the magnificent acoustics. Not a hugh cathederal but has some great flying buttresses and architectural features.

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The cathedral was interesting to visit. It is very beautiful inside. I think it was built something like 800 years ago??

Thank nursesrock43
Reviewed 17 March 2017

the cathedrale , never finished to be built, would have been the biggest in Europe. But due to the battles with England';s Prince noir, money ran out. it si worth the visit to realised the Half building. the tapestries are huge and priceless.

Thank patrickfiat21
Reviewed 21 February 2017

On a recent visit to Carcassonne we decided to spend the day in Narbonne and this is the most striking monument in the city but as others have said the entrance is rather tucked away. It is worth seeking out as although a lot of...More

Thank Peter J
Reviewed 17 February 2017

The cathedral was never completed as originally intended as the authorities realised that the city walls would have to be pulled down. But it is nevertheless well worth a visit, with a particularly beautiful organ. But the highlight is the Treasury. It is a large...More

Thank GirdleTheEarth
Reviewed 17 January 2017

The cathedral is currently under renovation so you only get a chance to appreciate half of its magnificence. This is a symbol of the city and an impressive monument so whether you're into visiting religious sites or not, this is a major attraction of Narbonne....More

Thank Emira T
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Only the choir was built and hence looks rather odd inside. We probably didn;t see it at it's best as their was a lot of renovation going on and hence scaffolding. It's in a good location however with a musuem and art gallery close by...More

Thank CJT007
Reviewed 6 November 2016

We were in Toulouse in last Christmas and visited Narbounne after seeing Carcassion. We reached Carcassion on our Day 4 by train. We took 08-15am train and reached at Carcassion station at 9-25am. It was 70 mins journey from Toulouse Matabieu rail station and the...More

Reviewed 24 October 2016

The Cathedral Saint Just towers above the centre of Narbonne -- it can be seen both from the motorway or the peripheral roads coming into town. As it's dead-centre of the pedestrian section, but the entrance hidden by the surrounding small roads and cafés, the...More

Thank InLuxuryTravel
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