Holidays to Aix en Provence

Smaller and more genteel than scruffy yet fascinating Marseille , Aix-en-Provence covers the upscale Provencal city category with its pedestrian city center, narrow streets, and conservative atmosphere. The birthplace of Cezanne has seen visitors increase since the TGV high speed train connection to Paris and other cities was established, although …

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Where to stay in Aix en Provence

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Things to see and do in Aix en Provence

DelphineQueme | FlickrFoundation Vasarely
Foundation Vasarely
Renaud Camus | FlickrHôtel de Caumont
Hôtel de Caumont
Christina Klein | Trip by SkyscannerPlanet Provence - Wine Tours in Provence
Planet Provence - Wine Tours in Provence
Francoise B | Trip by SkyscannerCIPEC

Reviews of Aix en Provence

Louise Dc
Louise Dc

It's an amazing city to study and go out. Although it's small you can do so much

Samuel Saidel-Goley
Samuel Saidel-GoleyBedford

Very nice city but I was looking for something a little more quaint and Aix is not that. Lots of high end shopping and dining.

Lauren Baker
Lauren BakerBedford

Aix is a lovely city, but definitely not the quaint little Provincial town I was expecting! Instead of a small street market, the first thing I saw getting off the train was an Apple store. The city has a large student population and a busy, almost hectic pace. Lots of upscale shopping and some historic sights.

Spencer Smith
Spencer SmithRedwood City

Aix-en-Provence is a truly charming town. I went only for a day trip, but loved walking around the town, browsing the markets, and eating too much good cheese and local baked goods. I will definitely return and spend more time in the town.

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