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Arles a Roman and Roman heritage, city of van Gogh, Capital of the Camargue and every year the meeting place for photography, music, bullfighting ... Arles is a city of art and history, classified by UNESCO as World Heritage of Humanity for three reasons: - for its old center and all of its Roman…
A little further afield, but a great day trip by car. Theres an old Roman amphitheatre loads of history, and of course lots of pavement cafes, one of which made famous by Van Gogh (pavement cafe at midnight)
Arles, France’s Old Arts Mecca, Is Also Its Newest. The city of Van Gogh and Gauguin has a shiny new Frank Gehry building and a 20-acre centre for culture and the arts. The vibe is animated with pop-up restaurants and boutiques strategically re-located from Paris.
A must-see for visitors interested in Provence's Roman past as well as for its Van Gogh connection.