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  • 1. Arènes

    Rivaled only by the even better-preserved version in Nîmes, the arena dominating old Arles was built in the 1st century AD to seat 21,000 people,...Read More

  • 2. Espace Van Gogh

    A strikingly resonant site, this was the hospital to which the tortured artist repaired after cutting off his earlobe. Its courtyard has been impeccably restored...Read More

  • 3. Luma Arles

    The Luma artistic center focuses on the pioneers of contemporary art and culture, bringing together sculpture, painting, dance, philosophy, literature, gastronomy, sustainability, and design. Luma's...Read More

  • 4. Cloître St-Trophime

    This peaceful haven, one of the loveliest cloisters in Provence, is tucked discreetly behind St-Trophime, the notable Romanesque treasure. A sturdy walkway above the Gothic...Read More

  • 5. Cryptoportiques

    Entering through the elegant 17th-century City Hall, you can gain access to these ancient underground passages dating to 30–20 BC. The horseshoe of vaults and...Read More

  • 6. Église St-Trophime

    Classed as a world treasure by UNESCO, this extraordinary Romanesque church alone would justify a visit to Arles. The side aisles date from the 11th...Read More

  • 7. Fondation Vincent Van Gogh

    Located in the beautifully restored 15th-century Hôtel Léautaud de Donines, the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh houses a superb collection of contemporary art and provides a...Read More

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  • 8. Les Alyscamps

    Although the romantically melancholic Roman cemetery lies 1 km (½ mile) southeast of the Vieille Ville, it's worth the hike—certainly Van Gogh thought so, as...Read More

  • 9. Musée Départemental Arles Antiques

    Although it's a hike from the center, this state-of-the-art museum is a good place to set the tone and context for your exploration of Arles....Read More

  • 10. Musée Réattu

    Three rooms of this museum, housed in a Knights of Malta priory dating to the 15th century, are dedicated to local painter Jacques Réattu. But...Read More

  • 11. Place de la République

    The slender, expressive saints of St-Trophime overlook the wide steps that attract sunners and foot-weary travelers who enjoy the modern perspective over this broad urban...Read More

  • 12. Place Lamartine

    Stand on the site of Van Gogh's residence in Arles—the now-famous Maison Jaune (Yellow House), destroyed by bombs in 1944. The artist may have set...Read More

  • 13. Pont Van Gogh

    He immortalized many everyday objects and captured views still seen today, but Van Gogh's famous painting of the Langlois Bridge over the Canal d'Arles à...Read More

  • 14. Théâtre Antique

    Directly up Rue de la Calade from Place de la République, are these ruins of a theater built by the Romans under Augustus in the...Read More

  • 15. Museon Arlaten

    After years of renovation, this fascinating museum is scheduled to reopen 2018. When it does, the quirky collection will plunge you right into post-Roman Arles....Read More

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