Plan your trip around Béziers with the Tourist Pass

By July 4, 2017PRACTICAL, TO KNOW
TO KNOW | PRACTICAL

Béziers is a rough diamond that is getting polished more and more. Since a few years, the city starts to buzz. And not only Béziers but also the region surrounding it. That is why the Tourist Office created “le Pass Tourisme”. With this pass, you can visit 40 tourist sites within less than 45 minutes from Béziers. The pass offers a price reduction on the normal entrance fee. Good value for money I’d say!

How does it work

You can buy different Tourist passes. First of all, there is a choice between an adult or child pass, with the child pass being cheaper. Secondly, you can choose a pass for two or four activities. Finally, you can pick a pass with two or four activities valid for the first 17 activities. Or you can opt for the premium pass, which includes all forty activities.

Something for everyone

There is a lot of variation between all forty activities. It goes from museums to boat, canoe and stand up paddle trips and from themed guided city tours to adventure parks. All this in four different regions: by the seaside, downtown, amongst the vineyards and along the Canal du Midi. There really is something for everyone.

Info

You can buy the tourist pass, or passes if you are really enthusiastic, at the Regional Tourist Offices of Béziers Centre, Béziers Neuf Ecluses de Fonseranes, Sérignan, Valras-Plage and Villeneuve-lès-Béziers. You can also try your campsite or hotel, as some of them sell the Tourist Pass as well. Once you bought your Pass Tourisme, you pick your activities. And when you arrive at the activity of your choice, you hand one ticket over, which is valid for one paid admission. You can already take a look at all forty activities at the website mentioned below.

Office de Tourisme Béziers
Place du Forum
34500 Béziers
+33 (0)4 99 41 36 36

Office de Tourisme

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