Chateau de Puivert, Puivert
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We visited Puivert Chateau some 10 years ago, and I was not overly impressed (possibly distracted by the fact that not all of our party at that time were keen on a chateau visit). This time round we h... read more »
Avec son donjon haut de 35 mètres dans lequel quatre splendides salles se superposent, ses six tours de défense, cette forteresse domine l'ancien lac glaciaire de Puivert. Son donjon offre une vue à l... read more »With its high Dungeon of 35 meters in which four splendid rooms are superimposed, its six defensive towers, this fortress dominates the former glacial Lake of Puivert. Its keep offers views West on Montségur in the tops of the Pyrenees and to the East, Bugarach peak.show original
It's well worth the trip to see this chateau, which has been extensively preserved. The Musicians hall, chapel and dining room inside the grand tower have real atmosphere. It's a shame there's not mor... read more »
Stunning views from the top of the keep but you'll need a torch to get up there!! Definitely worth it though!
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Jean DaroitI visited it last summer, in July. If the framework and outside are nice, without being extraordinary, inside is seedy. A few poorly maintained costumes, posed it or there, behind dusty windows, badly patched suddenly with cobwebs and that illuminate awkwardly known spots. Instruments of music junk, not even beautiful, without even attempting to pretend to be real. It seems just miserable, désinvesti. In the courtyard a few stagings of vaguely medieval objects, who look bored closes and sniff the flea market full nose. And cheaper, I visited the magnificent Castle of Loarre in Aragon. For those seeking an atmosphere, a rich place, stay outside the walls, it is enough, it is the best part. Or grugez. The ticket price seems to be used to pay a goalkeeper who is c...ER like a dead rat. Or make a few kilometres more. Montségur, is not very far, and it is another thing.show original
Marc AlexIt is regrettable that a such Castle is guarded by a disagreeable Cerberus. Arrived at 4 p.m., the ninaheika blocked us access while guides stipulate that the closure is 5 p.m.. Other visitors have suffered the same fate!show original
Céline & Philippe DECAYEUXNice but little friendly staff...show original
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