Offer of visit & prices
Free admission and guided tour for the disabled person and his/her companion, upon presentation of a valid document (Mobility and Inclusion card for the French public), or an organization certificate (groups).
Whether you come in a group or individually, you can visit the city independently, at your own pace.
Self-guided tour, book in advance
By reserving your tickets in advance, you will have less waiting time. Children under 18 years of age receive free admission.
Conference tour "Carcassonne: 2600 years of history" in LSF
A lecturer offers a detailed tour of the monument in LSF that takes into account the needs and expectations of groups.
This very descriptive visit retraces the history of the city, in particular the castle and the Basilica. Exhibitions, plans, photos, models... are used by the lecturer to illustrate her speech.
This visit lasts on average 1h30. Possibility of an in-depth conference visit of 2h30
- Visit for groups of 5 to 20 people with disabilities: 35 €.
- Visits for individuals (from 5 people): 6 €/person (for children over 7 years old).
Discovery tour of the military architecture
- 8 € / person (for children over 7 years old).
Discovery tour of daily life in the Middle Ages
Guided tour at a distance
- 40 € for groups.
Visits for school groups
Throughout the year, an LSF lecturer offers discovery tours on different themes: history, architecture, art history, daily life... lasting 1h30 or 2h30.
Good to know
- It is strongly advised that people with disabilities be accompanied by an able-bodied person (vast and uneven tour route).
- The Lices and the Basilica are freely accessible.
- You can also discover the castle freely: the Lapidary Museum on the second floor, the subtitled audio-visual presentation devoted to the history of the City and the tour of the castle's shirt.
- A visit document is available at the ticket office.
- The ramparts are not recommended for people who are very tired.
Parking & access
Reserved parking spaces
For individual visitors holding a GIG or GIC badge or a "European parking card", several reserved parking spaces are available in the Delteil parking lot, which is subject to a charge (free after 7:30 pm), opposite the entrance to the Cité.
For individual visitors, there is a drop-off point (bus stop) in front of the Cité's main entrance.