An Ode To: The beautiful city of Arles
We're kicking off a new series called "An Ode To," where we'll share experiences and places we deeply love in France. Cafe life, strolling along the Seine, lounging with a book in the Luxembourg Gardens, or walking through flea markets and taking breaks for wine and mussels. There is so much about France that brings us joy and inspiration and we would love to share it and inspire you. Buying antiques is a little symbolic way to own an authentic piece of all that we love about France no matter where you live in the world. (More about that here. Full government stamp of approval and all.) It will be short and sweet sometimes and long and luxurious other times. But it will always be an ode to things we love and want to share with you.
We are starting this series off with Coco Kliks the woman behind Travellur, the go to source for travel and location in France and beyond.
What do I love about Arles?
It’s rich Roman history,
the baroque Place de la Republique,
the delicate pastel colored buildings that line tiny streets in the historic center, that are less busy with tourists,
thanks to the fact that, unlike Nimes and Aix, there is no direct TGV train.
- Coco Kliks