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At the heart of the magnificent Alpilles mountains, the archaeological site at Glanum features the remains of an important Roman settlement that prospered from the 6th century BC to the third century AD. This fascinating site includes the ruins of...more
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Rue du Parage | Route des Baux-de-Provence / Hôtel de Sade 1, 13210 Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France
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The audio guide was excellent, detailed but not dry; it really brought this interesting site to life. I was at Glanum mid-September and there were very few visitors. Highly recommended if you’re interested by history.
This our second time in St. Remy. We noticed the great arch from the road but did not visit the site on our first visit. On this, our second trip to St. Remy we decided to see Glanum.
It is amazing. We have seen Emphasis,...More
Amazing experience. Located just outside Saint Remy it's a must see. Main street, temple ruins, the water well, great viewing from the hillside and we were lucky to see a demonstration by "Roman soldiers" dressed for the occasion. Parking is a bit expensive, entrance was...More
This is a well preserved antique site, starting with a beautiful zenotaph and arc de triumph on the other side of the road. The old town of Glanum is very interesting to visit, with tons of well preserved buildings and absolutely beautifully located, ascending softly...More
Compared to other archeological sites Glanum may seem relatively small with its most impressive sights, the triumphal arch and the monumental mausoleum, laying just outside the site near the parking lot. But you would be wrong to skip the rest as it has much to...More
So much left of Roman Provence in an easily accessible site. Perfect for hiking and discovering. Some superb architecture in very good shape. Beautiful views from higher vantage points. Interesting to see how the Romans contrived to use natural features in their siting of towns,...More
You have to pay for parking across the road (takes cards). A good little display inside gives a history of the site and an interactive model shows the different buildings before you head outside. There’s a good audio guide which tells you about the different...More