You will be picked up from your hotel in Avignon and taken to the Pont du Gard: the best preserved aqueduct of the Roman period, dating back to the 1st century and classified by UNESCO.
Additional Sightseeing OptionsTo see more of Provence choose from our wide selection of tours and extend your stay in Avignon.
2015 (Including Full Continental Breakfast):
2015 (Including Full Buffet Breakfast):
2015 (Low Season): 1 Apr – 30 Jun & 1 Aug – 31 Oct.
2015 (Mid Season): 1-4 July, 27-31 July (Except for High Season blackout below)
2015 (High Season): 1-26 July, 21-31 July.
Avignon, a historical city located at the crossroads of the Provence and Languedoc regions, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the heart of a region rich in culture and beauty.
From Avignon you can visit the Roman city of Nimes, Orange with its unique amphitheatre, Saint Remy de Provence with its antiques and the Roman Arenas of Arles. You are also just a short drive away from the Alpilles Mountains, the Citadelle of Les Baux de Provence, and the many picturesque villages of the Luberon. Discover magical landscapes along the famous wine routes of Châteauneuf du Pape, Gigondas and Beaume de Venise, and journey through the lavender fields that follow the river Sorgue all the way to Fontaine de Vaucluse. Cross Avignon’s legendary "Pont'Avignon" (medieval bridge) then turn back towards the city to admire the majestic sight of the Palais des Papes (Popes’ Palace). Stroll Avignon’s winding, narrow streets pausing at the many museums, antique shops and art galleries. To top it all off, the city also boasts a wonderful choice of delightful selection of wonderful cafés, restaurants and shops to round off your stay.
Our package includes:
- Two nights in one of our carefully selected hotels
- A superb full day tour - a day in Provence. On this tour you see some of the most beautiful sights of the region and gain valuable local insight.