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Following the nomination of Uzès as a "Town of Art" in 1962 the historic center was beautifully restored. Visitors can now enjoy the narrow streets, alleys and old-style squares, enhanced by the medieval towers that dominate the old town. Main sights include the Duchy and the Tour Fenestrelle. The town also boasts the Musee de Bonbon which is a treat for children and grown ups alike.
This is one of the prettiest towns in France. Uzes is a mediaeval gem, unspoiled and wonderfully restored it is increasingly well known as 'the' place to visit. With two superb markets each week and plenty of festivals it is a delight. Crowded (like everywhere) in July-Aug, it is a wonderful place to visit for the rest of the year. There is a good spread of accommodation, some of the nicest being in the surrounding Uzege area. The Musee de Bon Bon is very overrated. Visit it once and you won't bother again. Kids will like the shop, grown ups will like the exit from the car park!
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