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France Itinerary – Paris & Provence, 14 Days.

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Itinerary covers main attractions in Paris – the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Sacre Coeur, Catacombs, Pantheon, Chateau de Versailles, Centre Pompidou,   Musee D’Orsay and Les Invalides.  In ProvenceSouthern France – Arles, Nimes, Orange, Pont Du Gard, the Camargue, Gordes, Roussillon, Menerbes, Lourmarin, L’Isle Sur La Sorgue and Aix En Provence.

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Streets of Arles @ France. Day 12 (III)

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It was our last day in Southern France.  So much to see and so little time!! We visited the Theatre Antique d’Arles,  Arles AmphitheaterL’Espace Van Gogh, and we were left with not much time to explore the rest of Arles.

We did manage to wander through streets of Arles, cherishing the last few moments before we said good-bye to Southern France 🙁
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Pont Du Gard @ France. Day 9 (IV)

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We visited Pont du Gard on our way from Orange to Arles.   Pont du Gard literally means “the bridge over Gard River”, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Romans constructed this three-tier bridge standing at 50 m tall for the transportation of water .  We reached there about 7 pm just before sunset and this ancient Roman aqueduct was glowing in golden rays and the magnificent structure really is a masterpiece well-preserved after 2000 years of construction.

As we arrived late, the museum was already closed so unfortunately we missed that.  Admission is 18 Euros per car, which includes parking, visit to the museum and the bridge.

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Pont Du Guard Official Website
Admission Fee: 18 Euros per car.  Includes parking, visit to the bridge and museum.

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