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Site Archeologique de Glanum, Saint-Remy-de-Provence

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Site Archeologique de Glanum contains important religious and civic monuments. A Gaulish oppidum built around a sacred spring reveals Greek and Roman architectural influences. Using our custom trip planner, Saint-Remy-de-Provence attractions like Site Archeologique de Glanum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I visited with my Mum on a VERY hot July day and we walked up from Saint Remy de Provence. It was like many historical sites, spread out with information boards throughout. It was a good size to... 
    I visited with my Mum on a VERY hot July day and we walked up from Saint Remy de Provence. It was like many historical sites, spread out with information boards throughout. It was a good size to...  more »
  • I’ve visited the ruins of Glanum during my holidays. It was an interesting place to discover the roman history in France. There are a lot of ancient ruins and magnificent landscapes. We can see a... 
    I’ve visited the ruins of Glanum during my holidays. It was an interesting place to discover the roman history in France. There are a lot of ancient ruins and magnificent landscapes. We can see a...  more »
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  • We were pressed for time and did a speed visit in 40 mins. The audio guide is great, I wish we had more time to enjoy it. Worth taking the audio guide. If you don’t take an audio guide there are still enough signboards and bits of information around for you to understand things. Don’t miss the view from the top of the hill!
  • Very interesting site with remains from Celtic Iron Age, Greek influence and Roman. Sacred spring area particularly good and great to be able to see the site and surrounding area from the two panoramic viewpoint high up on the side of the gorge. The models and display boards in the ticket office explain the site very well.

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