Provence: Legendary Light, Wind, and Wine

Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide | We climb Roman ruins in Nîmes, explore a papal palace in Avignon, and savor vivid views immortalized by van Gogh in …

22 thoughts on “Provence: Legendary Light, Wind, and Wine”

  1. No travel vlogs can top Rick Steve's. They remain the most comprehensive, giving the viewers a clear perspective of the places' history, culture, arts and tradition.

  2. With covid we may die. Without android smart phones we may also die particularly under lock down period. This is the only option available to every citizen around the world as of now.

  3. Nooooooo ! The Provence (Occitanie) is not only this green zone, she is also Brignoles, Saint Raphaël, Toulon, Saint Tropez, Nice, she is until the italian border (Menton).

  4. 20:29 "Muslim North Africans from France's former colonies come to pick olives, harvest fruits and so on, while they are integrating, France is dealing with the Friction…" why even bring this up? especially when framed with all these labels? Rick I like your show, it strikes a good balance between history good camera work, and interesting activities, but please keep them political opinions to your self, as they invoke a cultural hierarchy that no one asked for.

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