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I’m planning five days in Provence in early July. We will be driving from the Dordogne region on Monday July 1. We are staying five nights in St Remy and need to be at the TGV station in Avignon on Saturday by 18:00.

Tuesday - Avignon
Wednesday – Pont du Gard, Uzes and Nimes
Thursday – Arles, Antigues Mortes
Friday – Luberon villages
Saturday – Les Baux, possibly Tarascon on the way to the train

How does this look? Would you rearrange anything? Drop or Add anything? Thanks for your advice.

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