The city of Arles, a city of Art and History
At the gates of the Camargue, in the department of Bouches du Rhône in the South-East of France, Arles is the largest town in the country. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, the city will not fail to seduce history lovers thanks to its rich ancient past, as witnessed by the exceptional monuments it abounds in. Let yourself be guided through its narrow streets to better appreciate all the architectural treasures that the city conceals such as the famous Roman arena, the amphitheater, the thermal baths or the road to Santiago de Compostela.
Also classified as a city of Art and History, the city reveals all its beauty between past and modernity thanks to the Provencal culture which spreads in the streets of the city during the traditional sunny festivals. Arles and its monuments have inspired many artists and were notably found on the canvas of Van Gogh who tried to represent the beauty of the place with his brush.