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Two couples touring Provence came to see the amphitheater and bought the combo tickets, which gave entry to this site. We saw remnants of columns and bases stacked around, sat in seating which remains, one danced on the current stage, imagined how it must have...More
Not one of the better Roman sites but worth a look if you are in the town. When we were there it was largely a play ground for a lot of kids but it's good that access to the site is not too restricted.
If you have bought a ticket to the Arena it is worth poking your head into the remains of the Theatre Antique. It won’t take you long as there isn’t much to it but it is a lovely calm space in the off season. If...More
The ancient theatre in Arles operates on the same schedule as the Arena. But it is no luck unlike the latter one. The amphitheater was saved by the transformation into a fortress. But the theater was plundered by locals on stones. All that's left are...More
This was one of the lap stage of Arles. With a comfortable ticket we had access to all historical monuments. During my visit I thought to the opportunity to Have a concert inside the theater. Exciting. Also the monitor with a video of a perfect...More