Novotel Atria Nimes centre
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... nature and the needs of the livestock they tend. You’ll visit a gardian’s bull farm, where you’ll revel in the friendliness of their down-to-earth hospitality, and experience traditional daily life. You’ll also climb aboard a farm truck to visit the bulls in their natural environment, and then return to the farmhouse to enjoy traditional Camargue fare and local ...
When you awaken this morning, you'll find yourself in Avignon. Set off on a walking tour to discover the City of Popes. For most of the 14th century, the popes left the turmoil of Rome and installed themselves in this calm possession of the Catholic Church. In Avignon, beginning with Clement V (who was born here), they built residences, chateaux, a ...
Your ship cruises through the early morning hours to Arles, where you'll disembark for a tour of the town which was so beloved by Vincent van Gogh. As you explore, you'll encounter signs indicating places rendered in Van Gogh's works. Here you'll find still standing the Cafe l’Alcazar, the establishment where the artist stayed and used the manager, Madame Ginoux, as his model for his painting ...
... that once prevailed here during the very popular gladiator fights, at a time when the site could hold up to 24,000 spectators.
During Roman times, Nīmes amphitheatre played host to many shows organised to entertain the inhabitants from the city and the surrounding areas. Gladiator fights were particularly popular, as well as hunting, which involved setting the animals free inside the arena, which the men would then proceed to fight.
... communication thing to buy one as Julian came down the street in the mini-van to pick us up! The last stop on our tour was the impressive Pont du Gard Roman Aqueduct. This huge structure that once used to bring water from Uzes to Nimes is three levels high and up until the late nineties the lower level was still used as a vehicle bridge. The engineering of this structure is amazing as Julian informs us that the fall was only 12cm per kilometre from one end to the ...