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Hotel PREMIERE CLASSE ARLES
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Arles is a town in the Provence region in the south of France and also lies in the Bouches-du-Rhone department. The Rhone river forks into two branches just upstream of Arles, forming the Camargue delta. A large part of the Camargue is located in Arles making it the largest commune in Metropolitan France – its area of 293.02 sq miles is more than seven times that of Paris.

The Romans took over the town in 123 BC and expanded it into an important city, reaching a peak of influence in the fifth century. It was badly affected by the invasion of Provence by Muslim Saracens and Franks in the eighth century however it regained political and economic prominence in the 12th century becoming a free city governed by an elected podestat. The arrival of the railway in the 19th century killed off the town’s traditional river trade, leading to the town becoming a hideaway. This made it an attractive destination for Vincent van Gogh who went on to create some of his finest work while there. This fascinating history coupled with the tranquil surroundings attracts so many tourists today.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know the town of Arles and all its history. Premiere Classe Hotel Arles is just a short walk from the town centre where its collection of Roman monuments, that are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, lie. Spend your first day there where you will be able to explore the Amphitheatre, theatre, Church of St Trophime, Thermes of Constantine, Cryptoporticus and Roman forum to name just a few. If you are eager to learn more about the town’s intriguing history then for your second day head to Musée de l'Arles et de la Provence antiques, the city’s outstanding museum of ancient history which features one of the best Roman sarcophagi (a funeral receptacle for a corpse) collections found anywhere outside Rome. Follow this up with a visit to Les Alyscamps, an early Christian burial site, to complete an action-packed trip.

A one-week break
A whole week is the perfect amount of time to fully appreciate the town of Arles and all it has to offer. For van Gogh lovers head to the courtyard of Old Arles hospital, now named Espace van Gogh. It was the hospital van Gogh went to after cutting off his ear and was also the inspiration for one of his paintings. If this is not enough the town also offers a van Gogh trail taking in spots he sat in to paint some of his most famous work. Why not visit the Camargue to get the most out of your stay where you will witness one of the most beautiful natural settings in Europe. Then walk the Alpilles hills and discover its number of vineyards and olive groves.

A family holiday
Arles
makes for a great place to take the whole family ! Whether it is exploring the Crau, an arid rocky plateau inhabited by an extraordinary number of birds, experiencing a bull fight in the town’s amphitheatre or visiting the bustling Saturday market you will find something to keep everybody happy !

Transport
The Gare d'Arles is the town’s main mode of transport for getting in and out. Situated on the Paris-Marseille line it provides trains to Avignon, Nimes, Marseille, Paris, Bordeaux and several other regional destinations. The town’s bus station is served by companies including Telleschi which provide services to Aix-en-Provence as well as parts of the Camargue, while international company Eurolines also stops there. For drivers the A54 heads towards Nimes and the E80 towards Aix-en-Provence and Marseille.

Gastronomy
The cuisine of the region is a result of the warm, dry Mediterranean climate, the rugged landscape for grazing and the abundant seafood on the coast. Traditional favourites include ‘daube Provençale’ (a stew made with beef, vegetables, garlic, herbs and wine), ‘bouillabaisse’ (a classic seafood dish made with scorpion fish, sea robin and European conger) and ‘ratatouille’ (a traditional dish of stewed vegetables).

Events
Arles boasts a wide range of festivals throughout the year. A true favourite is the Easter Bullfighting Feria in April, in which two fights take place each day. Another popular event in the town is the International Photography Festival in July which is held at France’s national photography school and hosts over 50 exhibits. Also on offer is the International Music Festival in July, the European Festival of Nude Photography in May and the Harp Festival in October.

Interesting fact

Vincent van Gogh called Arles home from February 20 1888 until May 8 1989 and produced 200 paintings in that time.

Useful links

http://www.arlestourisme.com/home.html
http://www.tourisme.ville-arles.fr/us/index_us.php