Église & Cloître St-Trophime
Arles was an archbishopric from the 4th century until 1790, and this Romanesque-style church was once a cathedral. Built in the late...
Across the courtyard from the Église St-Trophime, the 12th- and 14th-century Cloître St-Trophime was built to accommodate the monks’...
Hôtel de Ville
Le Calendal’s crowd-pleaser serves organic sandwiches and Mövenpick ice creams on a sunset-facing terrace.
Chef Jêrome Laurant, a born-and-bred local lad, runs this hot spot and combines local ingredients with world spices to create...
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Théâtre Antique information
Still used for summertime concerts and plays, this outdoor theatre dates to the end of the 1st century BC. For hundreds of years it was a source of construction materials, with workers chipping away at the 102m-diameter structure (the column on the right-hand side near the entrance indicates the height of the original arcade). Enter on rue de la Calade.