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Arles, a Roman city and commune in the Bouches-du-Rhône department of France boasts a rich architectural history which has long attracted visitors from all over the world. The Roman monuments of Arles were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1981, while Vincent van Gogh lived in the city from 1888-1889, producing over 300 paintings and drawings during his time there. Situated on the banks of the Rhône, the city has a vibrant and bustling port.
The Rhône river forks into two branches just upstream of Arles, forming the Camargue delta. The commune as a whole is the largest in Metropolitan France in terms of territory, with an area more than seven times that of Paris. The Camargue’s native animal and plant life have given it National Park status. Situated just two kilometres from the city centre, the Kyriad Arles hotel puts all this within easy reach.