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It would not be worth paying a separate entrance fee here. instead the Arles Advantage or Liberty passes giving access to four or six sites make many smaller places worthwhile options. theatre constructed nearly 2000 years ago for the same purposes a modern theatre would...More
A Unesco world heritage site and properly maintained. It's well worth a visit (and more interesting than the bull ring close by). You can wander around for half an hour and imagine plays being enacted here.
My wife and myself are currently holidaying in Provence and earlier today we visited the Roman Theatre in Arles.
We did so after visiting the nearby Roman Amphitheatre - which failed to meet our expectations - using our very GFM Liberty Pass. In common with...More
Compared to the amphitheater, it's in better shape. Not because of time passed but management of the amphitheater. The entrance fee they ask at the entrance is high in my opinion, get the Arles access pass from the tourism office instead.
We happened to pass this beautiful antique theatre as we were returning to our car as it's right next to the amphitheatre! It's in a lovely surroundings, was free to walk around and see & I believe is still used (in Summer) for events. Definitely...More
You can get a ticket for the arena and theatre together, they are very close. It's also possible to look through the fence and see everything from the road so if you're on a tight schedule just do that. We enjoyed walking round the ruined...More