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Tour summary - classic old town Arles See the iconic sights of Arles - this picturesque town steeped in history dating back to a Greek settlement. Arles one of the most important cities of the Roman colony founded by Julius Caesar in 46 BC. Classical town with preserved ruins - the Amphithéâtre d'Arènes, Cloisters of Saint-Trophime, the Roman Theatre and Thermes de Constantin & Musée Réattu. Arles has a pleasant Provençal ambience, leafy public squares and slow-paced lifestyle. Highlights Wander & discover the old town of Arles Visit the Théâtre antique d’Arles coupled with a guided visit of Amphithéâtre d’Arènes. Enjoy the elegant surroundings of the towns numerous squares, historic buildings and architecture of Arles. Visit the terraces and cafe that inspired Van Gogh. Experience the bustling vibe & follow the Van Gogh trail to see the scenes of some of his paintings.
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