Aix-en-Provence, Francia
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clock-o8 ore 30 minuti (appross.)
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commentDisponibile in: Inglese e altri 2


Visita i locali di Vincent van Gogh e ammira le rovine romane con questo tour di un giorno della Provenza da Aix-en-Provence. Viaggio attraverso le montagne Alpille verso Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, conosciuta per il suo vivace mercato all'aperto situato all'interno delle antiche mura romane. Fai un salto al Saint-Paul de Mausole, il monastero in cui in passato è stato ricoverato van Gogh come paziente psichiatrico (a seguito del suo famigerato incidente all'orecchio). Poi, ad Arles, città patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO, fatti un'idea della vita che van Gogh conduceva qui, ammirando rovine romane quali l'anfiteatro di Arles. Viaggio di andata e ritorno in comodo minibus incluso.
  • Gita di un giorno da Aix-en-Provence a tema van Gogh
  • Scopri le cittadine della Provenza in cui ha vissuto Vincent van Gogh: Saint-Rémy-de-Provence e Arles
  • Curiosa tra i banchi del mercato all'aperto di Saint-Rémy e ammira alcuni monumenti come la cattedrale di Saint-Paul de Mausole
  • Trascorri il tuo tempo libero a Les Baux-de-Provence e ammira i panorami mozzafiato della campagna provenzale
  • Visita l'inconfondibile caffetteria dipinta di giallo del quadro Terrazza del caffè la sera ad Arles, città patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO


Recensioni di un viaggiatore di Viator

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, nov 2017

We bookend this tour mainly because of our interest in van Gogh. Great was out disappointment upon arriving at the Musée Estrine Présence Van Gogh in St Remy just to discover that the musée only opened at 14:00 and we would therefore not be able to visit. The guide didnt know about the times, surely they should be informed as to opening times of the sites. Her response was a mere, Im so sorry Well, not good enough. The second dissappointment was the fact that the Monastery Saint-Paul de Mausole as well as the archeological site were also both closed and the guide yet again unaware of the fact... The reason was that the 1 November is a public holiday in France and nor Viator not the Travel Company informed us about the fact that these sites were going to be closed. The next stop was Les Baux de Provence, which was a hightlight. The light show, Carrièrs de Lumièrs, was a breathtaking experience!
At the last stop at Arles, we decided not to join the group and walked the route of Van Gogh and view some of the sites which he painted. Little info was given by the guide about Van Gogh which is a pitty. All in all not worth the amount of money one pays for this tour, seeing that none of the entrance fees are included.

, set 2017

Tour Guide didn't give us any introduction that is related to Van Gogh, therefore, we had missed Saint-Paul Hospital in St. Remy. The whole trip was very little in relevant to Van Gogh. I don't recommend this tour.

, lug 2017

A one of a kind tour for a one of a kind artist, Van Gogh! An experience worth having.

, mag 2017

I thought the trip was great but it should not be called on the trail of Van Gogh because not much was discussed about the famous painter.

, set 2016

Great day visiting two villages and Arles. Cedric was a lovely driver and guide. Our only suggestion is to add 30 minutes to the Arles visit. Merci beaucoup. This was my second Viator tour and the day trips are wonderful.

, ago 2016

This tour is worth the price as we visited so many places including the hospital where Van Gogh stayed in France and the restaurant featured in one of his paintings. Our tour guide was also very good. She was told us about the history of places and even how Napoleon Bonaparte had the trees planted for his soldiers to get a shade. We visited a busy market in Saint Remy. If you are craving for paella, you have to bring your own plastic fork as they only had a shell for you to use as utensil. There were soaps, fruits, vegetables, dried vegetables, ceramics and a lot more. We also visited this wonderful place Le Baux where we had our lunch. A spectacular show called the Carrieres de Lumieres CDL is really worth the price you pay. My suggestion though is to have lunch in Saint Remy so we would have more time to watch CDL. Due to the heat in France during our recent visit, we decided to sit in a coffee shop to relax after taking photos around another quaint town Arles.

, ago 2016

Rémy, our very enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide for the day, brought us around the Les Alpilles to follow the trails of Van Gogh in Saint Rémy and Arles, and then to the beautiful village, Les Baux-de-Provence. It was an experience of a lifetime!

, lug 2016

The guide was very poor. She never spoke a word to us on our way to our first stop, Arles. When we arrived, she handed us a map and a departure time. She spoke a little on the way to Les Baux de Provrnce. Same scenario on and departure time. Then we proceeded to the Roman ruins and mental hospital outside of St Remy. She drove through the town, never stopping, as was advertised in the brochure. We returned 45 minutes early.

, apr 2016

Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. We learned so much history and loved seeing the scenery that inspired Van Gogh. It was a busy day that did not leave a lot of time to fully explore each town. But overall, well worth it.

, ott 2015

Marc made our full day tour very personal with his knowledge and personality. He was very flexible in accommodating our interests. We enjoyed each of the towns: Arles, Les Baux-en-Provence and St Remy and he provided us with fascinating information about the importance of each. There were only four of us on this tour, which permitted a most enjoyable time. At each stop, Marc gave us information, then let us explore on our own during very reasonable timeframes.

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Codice prodotto: 5849BAUXDEPROVENCE

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