Deluxe Drivers proposes you a private tour to discover the Romans occupation in Provence. Your English speaking driver will show you the greatest sites of Romans in France. Start your tour in Saint Rémy de Provence, historic village built on one of the oldest archaeological sites in Europe, a true Gallo-roman city. Later on, join the heart of Roman heritage in Provence: Arles. Discover Nîmes, proudly claiming its position as part of Provence through its shared Roman heritage, much of which is still evident in the fine architecture throughout the city. Contemplate the magnificent Uzège region and the beautiful Uzès town. Your last drive will take you to the Pont du Gard, the largest Aqueduct of the Roman Empire still standing.
Included : Knowledgeable english speaking driver and private car service, transport expenses
Not included : any entrance to museums or other activities when touring, driver’s meal, food and beverage, gratuity
During this excursion you will enjoy the Romans in Provence guided tour ;First Saint Rémy is one of the “must-sees” in Provence. Surrounded by green perfumed valleys, its ancient streets are lined with beautifully restored houses. This town gave birth to legendary personages like Nostradamus and L’Arlésienne.
Arles is a lively town dating back to the 7th century BC. Its great Roman sites, the Arena and the Theater, are integrated into modern buildings. Van Gogh had here his most prolific artistic period.
The town grew, flourished and became the largest and most important city in Provence during 1st century. Numerous monuments still stand in remarkably good shape, testifying the splendor that Nîmes enjoyed as the ‘French Rome’.
The Uzège region will let you appreciate a wonderful palete of color during any season. Visit then the wonderful Uzès, once called Uzetia. Its Duchy, which was created in 1572 still belongs to the same family.
Over twenty centuries have passed since the construction of what is one of the best known civil engineering feats in the world. The structure is a symbol of the power of the Roman civilisation.
This is one of Provence’s most highly regarded restaurants. There is no menu for each meal, as it is whatever the chef assembles for that day. Very modern, yet comfortable.
The gastronomic cuisine in this restaurant makes the most of the best regional ingredients and recipes. The setting is calm and elegant with a harmonious mix of traditional and modern decor. Flower-decked terrace.
Glanum was an Ancient Roman settlement. See the impressive remains of the Mausolée of Jules from 30 AC and the Triumph Arc of 1 AC, which represented together the main entrance of the city.
In order to give the million yearly visitors a better idea of the work involved the Pont du Gard, the Great Exhibition features important elements of the Roman life. It was worthy assigned by UNESCO as human patrimony.