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The ancient city of Arles captivated Impressionist painters like Vincent van Gogh, and it continues to enchant all who visit, so follow in their footsteps by choosing from the superb selection of Arles hotels available on Hotels.com. We provide options for all budgets and to suit all needs. Whether you are a couple seeking solitude or a family needing a whole range of facilities, you can find the right place on Hotels.com. Check out reviews from past visitors to find a high quality place to stay, see photographs of hotel rooms, and see location maps as well. With Hotels.com's help, you can place yourself at the heart of this wonderful city and stay in total comfort. You can even get big savings by booking early, so choose Arles hotels now and explore one of France's finest destinations.
What's Arles Like?
One of the jewels of southern France, Arles might be most famous for its well-preserved Roman ruins, and it has plenty of them; but it offers much more as well. The ancient sights are spectacular - from the Gallo-Roman Theater to the Roman Necropolis, the thermal baths, and the aqueduct at Barbegal. More recent creations are just as striking though, such as the beautiful Romanesque Church of St Trophime or Montmajour Abbey. The town has also inspired artists throughout the centuries, not least of all van Gogh, who painted the Langlois Bridge in Arles. It is also a city filled with museums like the Museum of Antiquities, a museum containing masterworks by local painter Jacques Reattu and a fascinating Museum of Provencal Ethnography. In between sights, you will also find some tranquil places to rest, like the shady Jardin d'Ete. All in all, it's a wonderful town to visit with Hotels.com.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Arles
When you see how beautiful Arles is, and experience the sunshine of Provence, you will no doubt realize why the local people are so hospitable and welcoming. So get to know the locals over a bottle of wine at a local bistro or on the benches of the city parks. They will probably recommend plenty of places to eat where you can sample Provencal specialties like bouillabaisse or tuna nicoise salads. See the city by foot as well to make the most out of your stay. Not only will you see the sights, but there are some lovely places to stroll such as the banks of the River Rhone. Arles is also a center of culture, so visit during the famous Photograph Festival in Summer, or the Les Suds world music festival held in July.