ARLES: Its real appeal is found in the lovely pedestrian promenades, historic landmarks, and street markets.
Arles history - Rome to Van Gogh While visiting Arles in the south of France, we consider the 2,000 years of history.
Arles St Trophime The former cathedral of Arles, called Eglise St-Trophime, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Arles: With seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Arles is a must-see in Provence: Roman Amphitheater, Musee de l'Arles Antique, Place Republique. travel video
Arles 1 Introduction. Arles is most famous for its Roman amphitheater, and its connections with Van Gogh..
Arles 2 Cathedral San Trophime. It is quite a church, and another UNESCO World Heritage site.
Arles 3 Museum. Called the Musee de l'Arles Antique, it primarily displays treasures from the Roman period.
Arles 4 Evening stroll. Its real appeal are the lovely pedestrian promenades, historic landmarks, museums and tranquil plazas.
Arles 5 Hotel Calendal. Nice place to stay in the center - the manger describes the various day-trips, St Remy, Les Baux.
Arles 6 Morning walk...take a quiet stroll in the peaceful atmosphere of Arles in the early morning.
Arles 7 Dinner, then next morning visit the open market as we wrap up our visit to Arles, Provence, France with this video.
Three screens in one frame present a dazzling view of Arles, summarizing the visit to this historic town in Provence, in the south of France.
Aix-en-Provence is so lovely that various French surveys have chosen it the most desirable city in which to live, due to the ambience of this special place.
Aix-en Provence 1 Arrive and take a little walk for orientation. Train ride on the TGV brings us from Arles to Aix, enjoying a walking tour.
Aix-en Provence 2 Walking tour part 1.. Continue walking the charming pedestrian lanes of the Old Town on Aix, in Provence.
Aix-en Provence 3 Walking tour part 2. The outdoor market is one of the best in France. Place des Cardeurs makes a great place to eat.
Aix en Provence 4 Center of Old Town, from the Hotel de Ville to the Cathedral, walking along the main pedestrian lanes.
Aix-en Provence 5 Food markets of Aix are simply delightful, fresh produce, fruits, music in the air, interesting characters, Provence at its best.
Aix en Provence & Marseilles: We visit the Old Town pedestrian zone of Aix & the outdoor produce market. You will discover why the French consider Aix to be their favorite town.
Aix-en-Provence: We visit the Old Town pedestrian zone and Cours Mirabeau, features three video screens running simultaneously
Complete movie about Aix-en-Provence, a city in Provence so lovely that various French surveys have chosen it the most desirable place in which to live.
Complete movie about Avignon in Provence in the south of France, which was home to nine popes during the 14th century and is one of the most beautiful cities in France today.
Avignon: one of the most beautiful cities in France, with palaces, museums and meandering lanes, surrounded by an old fortified wall that still protects it from modernization.
Avignon Avignon's Old Town is a charming neighborhood of shopping lanes and little back alleys, perfect for strolling.
Avignon: We visit a trendy street, with cafes, boutiques and a small theater, a mere ten-minute walk from the town center.
Avignon's Old Town is a charming neighborhood of shopping lanes, narrow residential streets and little back alleys, perfect for strolling.
Avignon, France is most famous for the city's most historic site, The Palace of the Popes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Avignon We stroll through Avignon, walk back along Rue des Lices, feeling free to meander in the pedestrian zone.
Avignon Dusk and dawn in Avignon are great times to be walking, enjoying the vivid colors and peaceful scenes.
Avignon Exploring on foot the Old Town of Avignon, main city of Provence in the south of France.
Avignon Avignon is a treasure house of palaces, museums and meandering lanes, surrounded by an old fortified wall.
Avignon Avignon's pedestrian shopping district extends ten blocks by ten blocks. A very large area.
Avignon Calvet Museum has a fine collection of art masterpieces, paintings and sculpture, in the heart of Avignon, Provence.
Three screens in one frame, all about Avignon, a treasure house of palaces, museums and meandering lanes, surrounded by an old fortified wall.
Uzès is a charming, small town in the south of France, with pretty pedestrian lanes, a lovely main square, f
Pont du Gard France, is the tallest ancient bridge and the second highest structure the Romans ever built, after the Colosseum in Rome which is just six feet higher.
Pont du Gard, France. The ancient Roman aqueduct of Pont du Gard was constructed about 2,000 years ago, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Pont du Gard Ancient Roman aqueduct still stands near Nimes, one of the longest, highest ancient bridges ever built.
Nimes & Pt du Gard: The Roman aqueduct of Pont du Gard is one of the greatest sights in all of ancient history. Nimes also has Roman sites and a pedestrian central zone. travel video
Nimes This small city in the south of France has the best-preserved Roman amphitheater, and lovely pedestrian lanes for strolling.
Les-Baux-de-Provence: This stone village is a lovely sight, perched high atop a rocky plateau 750 feet high in the Alpines region. travel video
Les-Baux-de-Provence: part 1 the village, walking the main lane of this tiny stone village up on a hill in the south of France.
Les-Baux-de-Provence part 2 the Chateau: up on the hill overlooking town you find an ancient fortress, now in ruins.
St-Remy-de-Provence: The historic center of St-Remy is just four blocks long and wide, but contains charming nooks and crannies, Place Favier, Place Pelissier and the outdoor market.
Marseilles is like a small Paris on the Mediterranean -- Perhaps the oldest city in Western Europe.
St Remy Music video of the village of St-Remy featuring a chanteuse signing La Vie En Rose while standing in the middle of a traffic intersection. travel video