The Carrières de Lumières in Les Baux-de-Provence is one of the area’s top tourist attractions. It’s a totally immersive sound and light show with a cultural purpose. Recent shows have explored the work of artists like Picasso, Chagall and Van Gogh.
It has been such a success that a sister site has opened in Paris, the Atelier des Lumières, and it’s one of the hottest tickets in town. Don’t miss it if you travel to Paris!
Read all about this great new Paris attraction in Frenchly.
Many of us have heard of Lascaux, the cave in France with its prehistoric paintings of pot-bellied horses and other strange animals. But did you know that even older prehistoric paintings were discovered in 1994, in a cave just north of Avignon?
The Grotte Chauvet was made famous by Werner Herzog’s documentary “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” and has recently been opened to the public. Well, not the real one, but an almost perfect re-creation. Like Lascaux, the real cave is closed to the public to prevent damage to its delicate artwork.
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