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Skip the Line Ticket: Abbey of Thoronet in Provence

Skip the Line Ticket: Abbey of Thoronet in Provence - Le Thoronet, France

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Le Thoronet, France

From USD
$9.32

Visit Le Thoronet, one of the Cistercian order’s most remarkable abbeys. The Abbey of Thoronet was built at the end of the 12th century ... More info ›

Visit Le Thoronet, one of the Cistercian order’s most remarkable abbeys. The Abbey of Thoronet was built at the end of the 12th century. The whole monastery is forceful expression of the simplicity and precision of the order of Saint-Bernard. Your ticket allows you direct entry to the monument.

Make your own way to the Abbey of Thoronet in Provence and use your pre-paid ticket to skip the line and enjoy priority access. Once inside, set out on a self-guided tour and spend as long as you like exploring the Cistercian abbey.

Built between 1160 and 1230, Le Thoronet Abbey, together with Silvacane and Sénanque, is one of three Cistercian abbeys in Provence. In danger of falling into disrepair after the French Revolution, restoration work began on this masterpiece in 1841. Generations of architects were inspired by the purity and simplicity of the internal space, dictated mainly by the organisation of community life. Le Corbusier visited the site in 1953 and wrote: "In these days of ‘raw concrete’, however fêted, welcome and blessed it may be, this was such a marvellous encounter along the way."

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