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Angouleme Attractions, Nightlife and Travel Information

Angouleme Travel Guide

Angouleme is a unique town in Southern France. It is the capital of the Charente department with a population about 44,000. Papermaking and printing industry are the main industries in this charming city. Angouleme is popular for festivals as well as for animation, illustration and the graphic arts.

Top Festival in Angouleme

  • Angouleme International Comics Festival
  • Forum International des Technologies
  • Gastronomades festival in Christmas
  • Music Metisse
  • Piano en Valois

Attractions/Sightseeing in Angouleme

If you are in Angouleme, then you will definitely fall in love with its winding streets, historical buildings, great shopping and happening nightlife. I still remember my short stay in this wonderful city. I am feeling great to share my traveling experience to you. It is worth to visit this city and the simplest way to explore this city is by walking. I would suggest you to start with a visit to Les Halles, which is a covered market with excellent example of 19th century. When you will roam around the city, you will find the building walls are so well decorated with cartoon style murals by variety of artist and designers.

Top Attractions:

  • Cordeller ‘s Chapel
  • Musee de la bande dessinee
  • Musee D’ Angouleme
  • Le Nil Paper Museum
  • Musee de la Resistance et de la Deportation
  • Angouleme Cathedral

Angouleme Nightlife

Angouleme has vibrant, active, happening and unrivalled nightlife. You will find bountiful restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs, discos and operas in this charming city, where you can hangout and relax in the evening.

Famous Bars/ Restaurants in Angouleme

  • Le Cassa pizza Grill
  • Le Chat Noir
  • Toyo
  • Gaste Hotel Restaurants

Travel Information

There are various traveling options available to reach this wonderful city. My favorite mode of transport in Europe is as usual trains. Trains are becoming lifeline of the European. I choose high-speed Eurostar train (Chunnel Train) to reach this city. I took Chunnel train from London’s St Pancras International and reached Paris in record time of 2hr 15min. I really impressed with the comfortable seats, thrilling speed of 186mph, excellent on-board facilities and great food while traveling through Eurostar train in Europe. One thing I liked the most was short check in process while traveling through Eurostar train. From Paris, you have to change the station and simply take TGV to Angouleme. The journey time for London to Angouleme travel is around 5hr. Don’t miss to catch the glimpses of breathtaking beauty of countryside while traveling through Chunnel train.

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