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Sites Archeologiques de Vaison la Romaine

84110 Vaison-la-Romaine, France
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Worth a quick stop

These ruins are quite impressive, but we could only see from outside the fence as it did not appear... read more

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Paula M
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This Part of Gaul is Divided in Two Parts

The Roman attractions are divided into two main areas with extremely impressive archeological... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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“roman ruins” (22 reviews)
“small museum” (6 reviews)
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84110 Vaison-la-Romaine, France
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Reviewed yesterday

These ruins are quite impressive, but we could only see from outside the fence as it did not appear to be open. Worth the trip.

Thank Paula M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Roman attractions are divided into two main areas with extremely impressive archeological remains. Don't skip the small museum - the mosaics, sculptures, and informative films are well worth the detour. The theater, market area, and public toilets are all impressive. Worth every minute you...More

Thank phinneasbec
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing historical sight but I must be honest we didn't pay to go in as you could see a lot from over the fences on the pathways. My children seen enough this way so if you are in this area with young children it may...More

Thank Rhiannon C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Look over the fence don't pay the euros. Not worth the euros. Read about it and then look it through the fence

Thank lieto123
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Very extensive and well excavated ruins comprising dwellings from humble to extravagant. Well explained functions. The Archaeological Museum pulls it all well together. Nice story.

Thank Mediterranean_addict
Reviewed 7 September 2017

The first time I visited this site was almost 40 years ago. It was just a small site at that time. I thought that I had seen all it had to offer but was amazed at how much more had been discovered. This is such...More

Thank normav684
Reviewed 4 September 2017

We were there on a very hot day in August. The museum was cooler for sure, bathroom is outside of museum, you have to go up and then downstairs to get to it. We enjoyed walking around the ruins and the passes are for 24...More

Thank FionaMacRae
Reviewed 1 September 2017

I happened to come across these ruins, and the sheer scale was really astonishing. It makes Vaison la Romaine a worthwhile visiting stop, along with the medieval quarter on the other side.

Thank Kris K
Reviewed 27 August 2017

If you go to the Provence to find traces of the Roman occupation, this site is a must. you get two settlements for one admission ticket. You will see a Roman theater, Roman burial site complete with sarcophagi, residential areas, and visit a marvelous museum.

Thank Wolfgang H
Reviewed 4 August 2017

The ruins are quite extensive. There is a nice museum and you can get an audio guide to help you when you walk around the site. Morning is the best time to go during the hot days of summer

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