Orange's Roman theatre is France's most impressive Roman site. Its sheer size and age are awe-inspiring: designed for 10,000...
The Musée d'Orange includes segments of the Roman survey registers (essentially the precursor to the tax department), and the friezes...
Nobody speaks above a whisper at Orange’s top table, which serves excellent food at good value – never mind the frosty reception.
Colline St-Eutrope information
For bird's-eye views of the theatre – and phenomenal vistas of Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles – follow montée Philbert de Chalons, or montée Lambert, up Colline St-Eutrope (St Eutrope Hill; elevation 97m), once the Romans' lookout point. En route pass ruins of a 12th-century château , once the residence of the princes of Orange.