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Arena of Arles looks like the arena of Nimes. Both were built at the end of the I century during the reign of the "good" Emperor Hadrian. Both arenas consist of 2 arcades of 60 arches each. The arcades are of different order: the lower...More
€9 entry fee gives you stunning views and a complete self-guided tour of this brilliant arena. There’s very little in English but it’s an amazing place. You can see the whole town from the top by walking round. The scaffolding diminishes things a little but...More
From the outside, the arena is impressive. But once you have paid to get in it is just like being in a, well, arena. A few corridors, modern seating etc. Yes, it is very old and in very good condition. But it lacked the power...More
This area has not fallen into the ruins of the coliseum in Rome. With the addition of some metal scaffolding and bleachers, the local people have managed to keep this a functioning area. However, you still get a feel for what is was like 2,000...More
Fascinating and really interesting. It is quite unbelievable how old this building is, there is plenty of information about the history of it. You are able to walk all around it and can only imagine what it would have been like when it was used...More
During a quick stop in Arles we walked around this impressive structure. It is imposing against the buildings, which are only a few centuries old, that surround this amphitheatre.
Cafes and souvenirs stores abound in this area.
Two times, once to enjoy the horses and bulls show, the second for a free visit. The show is magnificent, about two hours with tipical horses, figures of the region, bulls, exercises and stunts. Is a piece of story, like Coliseum, but smaller. My daughter...More
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The next bullfight in Arles is on the 2nd of July at 5.30pm. You can get more info and purchase your ticket (€14 - €36) by connecting to the arenes-arles website, option is on top of the TripAdvisor page. If the date doesn't... More
The next bullfight in Arles is on the 2nd of July at 5.30pm. You can get more info and purchase your ticket (€14 - €36) by connecting to the arenes-arles website, option is on top of the TripAdvisor page. If the date doesn't suit you, bullfights are also held at the Arénes de Nimes, half an hour drive from Arles. Meat of the taureau is served in the surrounding restaurants after the event during feria. Do keep in mind the anti-corrida cause when deciding to support this kind of event.