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- Van Gogh's asylum at Saint Paul de Mausole
- Les Baux de Provence
- Pont du Gard
105€ / adult
52,50€ / child *
* 0-11 years
- 8:45 am – 5:15 pm
- En, It, Fr (De, Ru on demand)
- Avignon tourism office (Villeneuve-lez-Avignon on demand)
- Group size: max 8
A perfect day in Provence
Our day with Provans lived up to all expectations. Nico, our tour guide and driver, was knowledgeable, polite and efficient, and always prepared to go the extra mile. My wife and I were picked up and dropped off at our hotel, and the four places visited were perfectly spaced out, with adequate time in each. The four places in question were very varied, and all of great interest - our favourites were probably Les Baux and le Pont du Gard. A camera is a must !
StevieWander 24/09/2019 on TripAdvisor
St Rémy de Provence
Landscapes that inspired Van Gogh's genius
Experience the peaceful surroundings of St Paul's asylum, where Vincent Van Gogh created masterpieces like "The Starry Night" and "Irises" and discover the remains of the former Roman town of Glanum.
Les Baux de Provence
An eagle's nest in the heart of the Alpilles massif
Enjoy stunning views from this majestic stone town, perched on a rocky plateau overlooking olive groves and vineyards.
A digest of history in a vibrant town
Follow in Van Gogh's footsteps and stroll along the lively streets of Arles, home to ancient traditions, amazing Roman monuments and masterpieces of medieval art. Don't miss its picturesque market on Wednesdays and Saturdays! When sunflowers are in season (July and August), a stop at a sunflower field near Arles is also included.
Pont du Gard
Much more than a bridge
Visit a unique World Heritage Site and be awestruck by this 2000-year-old masterpiece of Roman engineering. On hot days you can also deep your feet or take a dive into the river Gardon, to see the aqueduc from an unusual angle!
Skip-the-line ticket included
Inspirational Van Gogh landscapes
Nicolas of ProVans guided us through an outstanding combination tour of Roman history and recent art history. After walking the grounds of the hospital where Van Gough struggled with depression and producing some of his best paintings, we encountered surprising evidence of Roman history nearby. During this tour (the Yellow Tour) we saw the Roman colosseum and amphitheatre of Arles and the huge Roman engineering project of Pont du Gard, the highest Roman aqueduct at 48 meters. Nicolas was very personable, proving relevant, timely information as well as finding out our interests. A highly professional and very enjoyable tour which left us tired but jubilant.
Perth120516 03/05/2018 on TripAdvisor
- Skip-the-line ticket to the Pont du Gard
- Live commentary on board
- Parking, tolls and gas costs
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Food and drinks
- Personal expenses