Immersed in the rich tapestry of Lot-et-Garonne, Agen captivates with its historic allure and gastronomic treasures. Wander through medieval streets, where half-timbered houses and charming squares echo centuries of history.

The town's vibrant markets are the best place to explore the region's produce, including its internationally-famous prunes. And traditional Gascon cuisine can be enjoyed in numerous intimate cafes and bistros. Cultural highlights include the distinctive cathedral, and the Musée des Beaux Arts.

As daylight wanes, the Gravier esplanade, which runs along the banks of the Garonne River is the perfect place for a leisurely stroll before stopping off for dinner. Historic, welcoming and filled with fascinating sights to discover, Agen is a place that's sure to inspire.

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Embraced by the Pyrenees, Pau is a city filled with regal elegance, offering a perfect blend of cultural richness and natural splendour. Explore the majestic Boulevard des Pyrénées, where the Château de Pau frames breathtaking mountain views, setting the stage for your adventure.

Immerse yourself in local markets, a sensory feast of Béarnese flavors. Indulge in local cheeses and savor the aromas of freshly baked pastries, or stop for a while in one of the many vibrant bistros and cafes, each offering a unique gastronomic experience.

At any time of day, Pau's parks and gardens offer a tranquil haven in the heart of the city. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Parc Beaumont or be transported with a visit to the Kofu Japanese Gardens. Meanwhile museums and sights like the Musée des Beaux-Arts and the birthplace of Henri IV offer plenty to inspire.

Discover vibrant nightlife in Pau's squares, where locals and visitors gather, creating a convivial atmosphere, or delve into the city's artistic heritage at venues like the Zenith de Pau. Where royal grandeur meets rugged mountain beauty, Pau has plenty of unforgettable experiences to offer.

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