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Arles

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Arles is a city in Bouches de Rhone, France. The city of Arles is also a World Heritage Site, filled with ancient roman remains, archaeological sites and backed with a significant history. Armed with rich culture and heritage, Arles is among the most visited cities in France, not to mention its appeal on artists and photographers. The best way to get in the town is by train or by bus, getting around a daytrip to the town is best with cheap car hire at Arles.

With car hire at Arles, visitors could easily explore the city’s proud Roman inheritance, including the Roman Amphitheatre or les Arenes d’Arles, which is an ancient construction built way back the 1st to the 2nd century BC. This particular heritage is the most important monument in the city, admired for its vast expanse and elaborate construction.

Also of note are the Roman Classical Theatre and the Cryptoporticos, (roman forum foundations) which are both World heritage monuments. Other must-see Roman heritage sites are the Roman Baths of Constantine as well as the Roman Circus Remains and the Alyscam Cemetery.

A car rental at Arles would also take visitors to some of the city’s interesting museums, including the Departmental Museum Antique Arles, which is the city’s archaeological museum and the Museon Arlaten, an ethnographical museum holding numerous exhibits pertaining to the religious traditions as well as superstitions that dominate the area.

Visitors could also take time at the Musee Reattu, a fine arts museum which displays the works of Picasso, Zadkine, Alchinsky and the Arlesian painter, Jacques Reattu.