Arles

Arles is located in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône and the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. The city is bisected by the Rhone and is located between Nimes and Marseille. It is located in south-eastern France, with very extensive campaigns and representing the majority of the municipal territory. This region is the third city of Bouches-du-Rhône and is the largest town in France. Note also that it is a city of art and history and UNESCO World Heritage Site with its 44 listed buildings and 48 monuments registered with the additional inventory. It is important to know that Arles has 4 outstanding museums are the Departmental Museum of Ancient Arles, the Reattu Museum, Museon Arlaten and The Museum of the Camargue. Discover Arles, city of festivals, history and culture 35km south of Avignon, Arles remains, the largest town in France. Party town, history and culture, Arles attracts tourists from around the world. Van Gogh, Gauguin, Picasso and others, have once stayed. Within its ancient theater dating from the first century before J.C., let yourself go with the melody of an opera or a classical concert or join in the costume party or dancing. Visit the Church of St. Trophime 12th century to the Provençal Roman architecture. You will pass then admire the monument symbol of the city, The Amphitheater, founded in the 1st century before J.C., where slaves were placed on top and the bottom nobles close to the scene in a concern for respect of castes! This cultural building was also the refuge of people at times of invasions of enemies. Between the Ancient Theatre, the Saint Trophime church of the Major, the hotel of the city, Constantine's thermal baths ... Etc. you will be surprised by the richness and diversity of the heritage of this little paradise. More: http: //www.arlestourisme.com/