Pyrenees June 2019 16—22/06/19

Stopover in Pau before joining Cazalrando for a few days walking in the Vallée d’Aspe in the Pyrennes.
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Pau: View to the Pyrenees from the Boulevard des Pyrenees. The boulevard runs for some three-quarters of a kilometer, linking the Parc du Beaumont in the east…
Pau: The funicular. First in operation in February 1908, the funicular was built primarily to help wealthy passengers make their way from the train station…
Pau: Below the Boulevard des Pyrennes, nearby what used to be the cycle-racing track of Pau, is Le Tour des Geants open air museum comprising 104 bronze totems…
Pau: The neo-gothic Eglise Saint-Martin, consecrated in 1871.
Pau: The Château district. An attractive quarter opposite the Château with narrow, winding streets.
Pau: The Château district. An attractive quarter opposite the Château with narrow, winding streets.
Pau: The Château de Pau was founded in the middle ages and was the birth place of King Henry IV of France and Navarre in 1553. It has been a national museum…
Pau: The streets leading to the Château.
Pau: View to the Pyrenees.
Pau: The formal gardens of the Château.