If you're a history buff, you can explore the city's history by taking a unique guided tour. You'll be able to see the Popes' Palace, which dates back to 1334 and is a UNESCO World Heritage monument. You'll also learn about the local history and see the beautiful scenery that inspired Vincent Van Gogh.
The city was the capital of Christianity during the 14th century and was once the fourth most populous city in the Western World. Its many attractions include the Pont St. Benezet Bridge and Gardens of the Doms, which feature sweeping views of the river Rhone. The city's historic intramural center is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visitors to the region can choose from a variety of other tours. The region's vineyards are known to produce a variety of award-winning wines. You can take a private 9-hour tour that takes in two to four wineries. The tour is designed to be completely customizable to your needs, with tastings included. The tour is limited to eight people, so you'll have the opportunity to ask questions and tailor the tour to your specific preferences.
If you're looking for something a little more adventurous, you can also opt to take a tour to Les Baux-de-Provence, a town in Provence known for its olive oil and wine. You'll visit multiple wine and olive oil producers on the tour and also enjoy a cultural narration. Some of the tours also include hotel pickup, entrance fees, and more.