The market day in Arles is much more than produce and sundries. It is also a place visited by every purveyor of every craft and every artisan creator within possibly 100 miles.
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Arles & Provence: Van Gogh, Wine and Roman Ruins
above: a snap with my back to the Arena facing into the heart of old Arles looking N/NW in the direction of the Rhone.
Every time I go to France, before I hit Paris, I make a 3-5 day side trip into...
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Arles attracted painters like Vincent Van Gogh, Gaughin, and Picasso. When I finally came here I soon discovered...
Welcome to the ancient city of Arles!
Arles has been home to many, for the last few thousand years, ranging from Romans from the Empire to famous artists such as Vincent van Gogh. A charming town, it has many hotels within walking...
Scent of Provence
It takes a while to discover the hidden live of Arles, as it flows slowly behind the Roman ruins and the legacy of Van Gogh. You have to dig deeply into its little and tortuous streets to find how...
The Best Tourist Site in Provence
When we first came to Arles in 1978, almost nobody visited the town except in the months of June-August and for most it was part of a day trip from Avignon, as part of a day trip with a stop at the......
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