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Arles (in French, Arles; in Provencal Arle) is a city in southern France, in the department of Bocas del Rhone, of which it is a sub-prefecture, in the former French province of Provence. In 2007 it had a census population of 52 197 people.
Arles is one of the Villes et pays d'art et d'histoire of France.
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Au coeur du centre historique
Appartement du Théâtre
Arles Getaway - La Suite Arlésienne
Arles Holiday - Le Studio Chic
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Hôtel Du Cloître
Grand Hôtel Nord-Pinus
Hotel Spa Le Calendal ★★★
L'Hôtel Particulier ★★★★★
Sands of Arles
The Sands of Arles (in French, Arènes d'Arles) is a Roman amphitheater located in the town of southern France, classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, within the Site "Roman and Romanesque Monuments of Arles", specifically With the identification code 164-001, it has capacity for 14,000 people.
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Maison Centre Historique
Appartement du Refuge Patangarles
Studio avec balcon donnant sur les Arènes d’Arles
Studio avec vue sur les arénes
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Hôtel Voltaire ★★new
Hôtel Acacias ★★★
The Originals Boutique, Hôtel Mireille, Arles (Inter-Hotel) ★★★
Hôtel Porte de Camargue ★★
The Arles station, (in French: gare d'Arles), is the main railway station in the French city of Arles. High speed, long distance and regional trains travel through it. Even so, its traffic has been significantly reduced since the opening of the High Speed Line that connects Paris with Marseille without going through Arles.
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Studio ScandiChic De La Gare
Maison de ville avec jardin
Marcat - Les Maisons de Vincent
59 Rue Voltaire
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Kyriad Direct Arles
Ibis Styles Arles Palais des Congrès ★★★new
The Obelisk of Arles (in French: Obélisque d'Arles) is a Roman obelisk originally built in the fourth century, erected in the center of the Republic Square (Place de la République), opposite the town hall of the town of Arles, in France.
The obelisk is red granite from Asia Minor. It has no inscription. Its height along with its pedestal is approximately 20 m. The obelisk was first erected under the Roman emperor Constantine II in the center of the spina of the Roman circus of Arles. After the circus was abandoned in the sixth century, the obelisk fell and broke into two parts. It was rediscovered in the fourteenth century and rebuilt in 1676.