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Hôtel & Spa Jules César Arles – MGallery by Sofitel

Local Attractions: 
    Hôtel & Spa Jules César Arles – MGallery by Sofitel
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Local Attractions

Founded during the 6th century B.C., Arles possesses over two millennia of remarkable history. This wonderful ancient metropolis features significant historical accolades, such as serving as an important Roman seaport, as well as being the muse for Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork. Famous cultural attractions abound throughout Arles, with spectacular destinations like the Alyschamps located only a short distance away from the Hôtel Jules César. In fact, many of these landmarks constitute the city’s breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel’s concierge can also assist guests in creating a journey out into the greater community of Provence. Come stay at the Hôtel & Spa Jules César Arles and experience everything that the region has to offer!

Arles Amphitheater
The Arles Amphitheater was the site of many Roman chariot races and gladiatorial games. Built in the 1st century A.D., this extraordinary structure could seat up to 20,000 people in its heyday! Bullfighting and other special events still occur inside the amphitheater’s hollowed walls.

Roman Theater of Arles
First opened in 12 B.C., the Roman Theater of Arles is one of the world’s oldest theaters still in use today! Come attend one of the many grand festivals the happen at the building, such as the Peplum Film Festival and the Arles international Photography Festival.

Cryptoportico of the Forum
Like many of the other Roman structures scattered throughout Arles, the Cryptoportico is part of the city’s astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Site. Occupying a prominent spot on Arles’s historical Roman Forum, archeologists believe that the Cryptoportico functioned as the barracks for the community’s public slaves. Today, visitors can tour this striking Roman edifice.

The Alyscamps
The Alyscamps is one of the most famous Roman necropolises of the ancient world! Known as the Elysian Fields in English, the Alyscamps is referenced throughout the writings of Ariosto and Dante. The structure serves as an open-air museum, and is part of Arles’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Church of Saint Trophime
Built between the 12th and 15th centuries, the Church of Saint Trophime stands as a marvelous symbol of Gothic-style architecture. Many stunning pieces of artwork fill the building, including its magnificent West Portal. The Church of Saint Trophime is another part of the city’s venerated UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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