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Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Strolling its streets instills a feeling of tranquility and peace and, in the meantime, you can browse through the numerous shops or souvenir shops.
The city is quite small and in a few minutes you can cross it completely.
Rue Carnot is the main road that cuts Saint-Rémy-de-Provence wheelchair accessible tours in two.
While all around the historical walls that surround the city the sustained traffic of cars is unleashed.
The historic center is enclosed between boulevard Gambetta and boulevard Victor Hugo.
There are several other attractions just a short distance from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence wheelchair accessible tours.
Among these, one of the most important is Saint-Paul-de-Mausole.
The psychiatric hospital where Vincent van Gogh was treated.
In the western part of the historic center, right on the city walls, there is the Collegiate Church of St Martino.
Walking through the historic center you will come across the fountain dedicated to Nostradamus.
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Private Accessible Tours
We are providing a safe and a full Provence accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.
Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Saint-Rémy-de-Provence wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across France.
Nostradamus and Vincent Van Gogh are the two figures most often associated with Saint-Rémy-de-Provence wheelchair accessible tours.
Vincent Van Gogh lived for a year in the asylum of the Provencal town, painting some of his masterpieces.
With beautiful tree-lined avenues, squares with fountains, colorful markets, the scents of Mediterranean herbs and lavender.
The classical repertoire of a Provencal town, therefore worth a visit.
Visiting Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, however, means above all getting lost in the alleys.
Sometimes labyrinthine, which develop throughout the historic center.
With pleasure you cross the numerous squares and happen to find ourselves in a street where we passed a few minutes before, almost without realizing it.
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