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Hotel Soleil Terminus Star Rating 3        
2 Avenue Marechal Joffre

This upscale hotel, set in an early 1900s building and featuring a period facade and staircase, is a minute's walk from Gare de Carcassonne, an 8-minute walk from Le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Carcassonne and 2.8 km from the medieval Cité de Carcassonne.The rooms and suites feature a mix of Belle Époque and contemporary decor, as well as flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, air-conditioning and WiFi (fee).
Campanile Carcassonne Est La Cite Star Rating 3        
Rue Camille Flammarion

This unfussy hotel is 2.5 km from Basilique Saint-Nazaire-et-Saint-Celse, 4 km from Château Comtal, and 5.2 km from Lac de la Cavayère.
Ptit Dej Hotel Audotel Carcassonne Star Rating 1        
Rn 113

This unfussy budget hotel is 5 km from the walled city of Carcassonne, home to the 12th-century Château Comtal and the Gothic-style Basilica of Saints Nazarius and Celsus.No-frills rooms with en suite bathrooms feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Family rooms sleep between 3 and 5 people.
L'Etoile Carcassonne Star Rating 1        
3 Allee Gilles de Roberval

This unassuming budget hotel is 1.5 km from the Aéroport de Carcassonne, 4.3 km from the Gare de Carcassonne and 6.
Ibis Budget Carcassonne Aeroport Ex Etap Hotel Star Rating 2        
Zae La Ferraudière Rue Alessandro Volta

This straightforward airport hotel is 1.4 km from Carcassonne Airport, 4 km from Carcassonne Cathedral and 6 km from the Cité de Carcassonne citadel.Offering free Wi-Fi, the modern rooms with simple decor also feature wood floors, flat-screen TVs and desks.
Hotelf1 Carcassonne Star Rating 2        
Rn 113

This modern budget hotel is 3 km from the A61 autoroute, 4 km from the medieval Cité de Carcassonne and 5 km from the 13th-century Cathédrale Saint-Michel de Carcassonne.Featuring neutral decor, the straightforward rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, sinks and shared bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add bunk beds.
Hotel F1 Carcassone        
D6113

This modern budget hotel is 3 km from the A61 autoroute, 4 km from the medieval Cité de Carcassonne and 5 km from the 13th-century Cathédrale Saint-Michel de Carcassonne.Featuring neutral decor, the straightforward rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, sinks and shared bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add bunk beds.
Hotel du Chateau Carcassonne Star Rating 4        
2 Rue Camille Saint Saens

This haute boutique hotel facing a medieval castle is a 7-minute walk from the 12th-century Basilica of St. Nazaire and St. Celse, and an 8-minute walk from the Château Comtal.
Hotel Central Carcassonne Star Rating 2        
27 Bd. Jean Jaures

This casual, 19th-century hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Gare de Carcassonne (for national train services) and a 2.1-km drive from the Cité de Carcassonne (medieval walled city).The bright rooms offer free WiFi and shared bathrooms.
Premiere Classe Carcassonne Star Rating 1        
Allee J.Gutenberg Salvaza les Graves

This basic, colorful hotel is set 6 km from the Gothic-style church Basilica of St. Nazaire and St. Celse, as well as from the 12th-century hilltop castle Château Comtal,The minimalist rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks.
 
 
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Carcassone is the capital of the Departement of Aude, in southern France. It is a walled medieval city located on top of a hill and next to the Aude River. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On Bastille Day, the 14th of July, the city puts on a fireworks display that is really worth a look. You will be amazed by the number of vineyards in and around Carcassone. Numerous towers, walls and drawbridges surround this medieval city, the biggest walled city in Europe. A good way to see the town is from the air, either on a hot air balloon or in a helicopter. The citadel has 52 towers and two concentric walls. We recommend visiting the Castle of the Count, the inquisition palace, the Basilica of Saint-Nazaire and Saint-Celse, Place du Grand Puits and Place Marcou. You will be able to stay in the old centre, or in the more affordable accommodation in the outskirts. Remember to take a boat trip along the Canal du Midi. The modern city of Carcassone is across the river from the old quarter. You should go and see the Museum of Fine Arts, the Chapel of Notre Dame de la Sant