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A remarkable peice of engineering. Beautiful to the eye. The Pont du Gard of the 19th century (not Roman like some reveiwers suggest) originally planned as far back as the 16th century! The largest stone aqueduct in the World is stunning but tricky to access....More
Very cool to walk on and drive below a Roman Aqueduct that Julius Cesar built. As we were driving underneath, we thought of all of the people over the past 2,000 years that have been exactly where we were. Just breathtaking.
We visited today. We drove through country roads and came upon the aqueduc. As I was exploring to take photos I noticed some stone stairs. I climbed up and discovered a trail to the top of the aqueduc. The trail is rocky so wear proper...More
My son wanted to watch the TGV go by at 180mph and we needed an additional attraction to make up an afternoon. This aquaduct (very close to the main TGV line) does not disappoint and was worth the drive without any other reason. It is...More
We were driving from Marseille to Monaco and noticed this attraction on TripAdvisor. It was only a little out of our way so we sidetracked to see it. I'm glad we did because the Aqueduc is truly an amazing feat of engineering! We parked near...More
We were on route from Montpellier to Aix-en-Provence in our 7.4 metres motorhome when our GPS sent us on a narrow, rural roads short cut. We relaxed into the unplanned detour and were negotiating a particularly narrow, winding stretch of road when we came across...More