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We were feeling tired of driving in the car and pushing the stroller around, so we went here and our toddler could run free for a bit. There’s some small playground equipment, but the real draw was the fountain for wading. We loved putting our...More
This is a park with a few bits of an arena in it, having visited Nimes and Arles that are intact and still in use there is very little to say about a few bits of rubble with trees growing through them.
It does have...More
The park was a really nice spot to stop and eat the lunch we has bought at the market. What is left of the arena walls are overgrown and fenced off, so did not really give a Roman feel the place, but the park was...More
Little park in the former roman amphitheater, part of the roman walk and worth a visit. Though the floor lies some 5 meter below the current park (according to the information given), the higher levels of the theater remain visible today. Amazingly the site was...More