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The Provencal town of Arles is notable for its Roman Arena, one of the best-preserved ancient monuments in France. For centuries Arles was an important medieval stronghold and evidence of that heyday remains in the town's old quarter. More recently, Arles was famous for its association with the artist Van Gogh, and the town features many of the locations captured in his works, in addition to a gallery that bears his name. For the traveller interested in antiquities or art history, Arles is a fascinating and rewarding destination. Online accommodation specialist Hotels.com can provide a variety of Arles hotels to meet any budget or requirements. Hotels.com offers the best value Arles accommodation with a quick and easy reservation system so you can book in advance.

What's Arles Like?

Roman Arles is an impressive sight for any visitor. The Arena is well-preserved, missing only its top tier and some internal stairways. It is still used for performances. The Roman theatre is more of a ruin, although it too serves as a venue, staging a folklore festival in July. Other Roman attractions include the baths of Constantine, once part of an imperial palace on the riverfront. The chariot racing track on the edge of town is the location for a smart modern museum devoted to ancient Arles and its treasures. Any visitor fascinated by Van Gogh will want to visit the sites where he painted Starry Night, Sunflowers and many other masterpieces. The river wall was the artist's favourite spot for capturing the night sky. The Fondation Vincent Van Gogh gallery has none of his work, but has an interesting contemporary art collection displayed in a striking modern space. Arles hotels offer the ideal option for exploring this picturesque town.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Arles

Arles is used to tourists but English is not spoken everywhere. A few French phrases will be invaluable for daily interactions in cafes and restaurants. Arles has plenty of good and inexpensive restaurants and brasseries. As this is Provence, expect to eat well, with typical everyday dishes including pissaladiere, the regional version of pizza, with olives and anchovies, or petits farcis, baked aubergines or tomatoes stuffed with meat and herbs. Arles is right on the Rhone so the local wines are among France's finest. The Hotels.com website provides candid and accurate guest reviews, photos and sample room descriptions to help you decide on your best option from our range of Arles hotels. Use the interactive map feature to discover the distances from your Arles accommodation to the major attractions and transport hubs.