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This magnificent arch was built in the 2nd century AD to commemorate the victory of a Roman general known for his love of wine. It is one of the best-preserved triumphal arches in France.
This beautiful tomb was built in the 1st century BC for a wealthy Roman family. It is decorated with intricate carvings of gods and goddesses including Hercules, Bacchus, and Venus.
This sacred area was dedicated to the god Hercules. It is home to a beautiful spring and a number of votive offerings.
This Roman theater could seat up to 2,000 people. It was used for performances of plays, concerts, and other events.
This was the center of the ancient city. It was where people gathered to trade, shop, and conduct business.
This was a large public building that was used for legal and religious purposes.
This temple was dedicated to the goddess Diana. It is one of the oldest buildings in Glanum.
This luxurious house was owned by a wealthy Roman citizen. It is decorated with beautiful mosaics and frescoes.
The streets of Glanum were once lined with shops, houses, and fountains. Today, you can still see the remains of these structures.
Glanum was also home to a number of graveyards. These graveyards provide a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived in the city.
Pay homage at the temple dedicated to the goddess of health. Interestingly, it's said that the sick sought cures here, leaving behind countless votive offerings.
Also closed on: January 1, May 1, November 11, and December 25
Address: Glanum archaeological site, Avenue Vincent Van-Gogh 13210, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence | Find on Maps
By bus: Opt for busses 704 or 707 and alight at Site De Glanum which is a 16 min walk from the site
By train: Opt for a TGV train and alight at Avignon or Arles station. Hop on a taxi afterward to reach the site
By car: From Avignon or Arles, take the D571 or D17 respectively to Baux-de-Provence, then follow the D5. If you're starting in Salon-de-Provence, use the A7 or N538 to reach Cavaillon, and then take the D99 to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, again following the D5.
Nearest Parking: Municipal Car Park (Opposite Entrance)
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Yes, you can buy your Glanum Archeological Site tickets online as you can get great deals and discounts.
You can buy Glanum Archeological tickets online and in advance. Booking online is recommended if you're seeking to avoid potential queues.
Yes, Glanum Archeological Site tickets are available online.
Glanum Archaeological Site is located in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.
No, Glanum Archaeological Site tickets do not include free parking. There is a parking lot located near the site, but it costs €5 per day.
The operating hours of the site vary depending on the season. From April 1 to September 30, it is open from 9:30 AM to 6 PM with the last admission at 5:15 PM. From October 1 to March 31, the hours are 10 AM to 5 PM, and the last admission is at 4:15 PM. Please note that the facility is closed on Mondays.
The best time to visit Glanum Archaeological Site is during the spring or fall when the weather is mild. The site is also less crowded during these times of year.
The best way to reach Glanum Archaeological Site is by car. There is a parking lot located near the site. You can also take the bus from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.