Registered Guide, Transportation, Entrance Fees.
Pick up at 09:00 AM at the Aix en Provence Tourist Office.
The old Roman and Romanesque city of Arles, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Your Guide will drive you to the historic city of Arles where again you'll be given free time to explore the Roman monuments as the Theatre, Amphitheatre, and the Alyscamps, immortalized several times in Van Gogh's paintings. Don’t miss the majestic Place de la République, the city's main square, the spectacular Romanesque Saint-Trophime cathedral famous for its sculpted façade and its cloister, and the high Roman obelisk in front of the ornate City Hall. Finish with a beverage at the Café Van Gogh, for it is this village where the famous artist moved to in 1888 and where he painted his iconic Sunflower series.
Saint Rémy de Provence.
Your Guide will drive you to the beautiful village of Saint Rémy de Provence, where again you'll have the opportunity to make discoveries at your pace among the many beautiful Roman Antic monuments.
Lunch at your leisure in Saint Rémy de Provence
Medieval hilltop village of Baux-de-Provence.
You continue this excellent Day Tour by discovering the authentic old village of Les Baux-de-Provence. There will some free time to stroll around this perched mountain village from the Middle Ages, full of narrow cobblestone streets, old mansions and the picturesque Saint-Vincent church where you can appreciate the panoramic views of the Provence landscape from the promontory of the ruined fortress.
Drop off at 05:00 PM at the Aix en Provence Tourist Office.
Please note that the drop off times may change according to the traffic.
This tour includes
- Transportation in a comfortably appointed minivan for the day.
- An English-speaking Guide.
- A maximum of eight passengers per vehicle.
- Visit of the old city of Arles
- Visit of the villages of Saint Rémy de Provence & Les Baux de Provence
This tour does not include
- Personal expenses
- Meals and drinks
- Guide appreciation gratuity
- Hotel pick up/drop off
- Entrance fees to monuments and museums