Discover this monumental residence of the pontiffs of the 14th century, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, which is the largest Gothic palace in the world and the most famous bridge in the world!At the Palace of the Popes, you will discover more than 20 places, including the private apartments of the Pope and their fabulous frescoed decorations executed by the Italian artist Matteo Giovannetti!At the Pont d'Avignon, discover the history of the different versions of the famous song and the fabulous legend of Saint Benezet, who was canonized for performing a miracle by laying the foundation stone of the bridge ...
Discover the highlights of Avignon’s UNESCO-listed Old Town in just half a day: this private tour offers the perfect introduction to the city. Pick between morning and afternoon departure times, and set off on foot. You’ll discover the Palais des Papes (a centuries-old, fortified papal palace), the Pont d’Avignon (the city’s iconic bridge), Les Halles (its bustling, historical marketplace), and more. As you go, learn the secrets behind the sights from your guide.
Enjoy skip-the-line access to the archaeological site of Glanum near Saint-Rémy-de-Provence by pre-booking your tickets in advance. Explore the ancient Greek and Roman ruins on a self-guided tour; visit the sacred spring, which dates back to the 2nd century B.C.; and enjoy spectacular views of the Alpilles Mountains.
"The most beautiful wall of my kingdom". It was in these words that Louis XIV described the imposing facade of the theater, 103 meters long, 1.80 meters thick and 37 meters high.The Gradins la CaveaAccommodating 10,000 spectators, the stands are built on the hillside to facilitate construction and strength. Divided into three series, the cavea is distributed by radiating stairs. The upper series was crowned with a portico.
Enjoy skip-the-line access to the Roman Abbey of Montmajour in Provence by pre-booking your tickets in advance. Explore inside the magnificent Montmajour Abbey on a self-guided tour, learn more about the historic landmark, and take in the views from the Pons de l'Orme Tower.