Aix-en-Provence is a symphony of old-world charm and Provençal beauty, where sun-dappled streets whisper the stories of the past. Read moreBook my trip to Aix-en-Provence
In the heart of Provence lies Aix, a city of art, light, and a thousand fountains. With its Cours Mirabeau, a wide avenue lined with plane trees and Renaissance mansions, Aix-en-Provence is a testament to French elegance and history. This historic avenue divides the town into two parts and is a hub of daily life, teeming with cafés like the iconic Les Deux Garçons, which once served luminaries such as Émile Zola and Paul Cézanne. Speaking of Cézanne, no visit to Aix is complete without exploring the atelier of this Post-Impressionist master, preserved just as he left it. The city's thermal springs, dating back to Roman times, have given it a reputation as a healing place, while the Saint-Sauveur Cathedral amalgamates architectural styles from the 5th to the 17th centuries in a single, stunning structure. Festivals bring the city to life throughout the year, celebrating everything from music to local produce. For those seeking the essence of Provence, the surrounding countryside offers vineyards, lavender fields, and the mountain Sainte-Victoire, which Cézanne immortalized in over 80 paintings.
Aix-en-Provence is an intimate canvas where every street corner paints a picture of its historic grandeur, its love affair with the arts, and the simple, sensuous pleasures of Provencal life.
A historic avenue lined with fine houses, fountains, and trees, perfect for a leisurely stroll or a coffee in one of its many cafés.
The studio where Paul Cézanne painted some of his most acclaimed works, now a museum dedicated to his life and art.
An architectural collage featuring Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque elements, with a rich history to explore.
The famed café that has been a meeting place for artists and intellectuals since 1792.
The remains of ancient Roman baths and a modern spa where visitors can indulge in thermal treatments.
Housing a fine collection of art ranging from the Renaissance to modern times, including works by Cézanne and Rembrandt.
A grand fountain from the 19th century, marking the start of Cours Mirabeau and one of the city's most iconic landmarks.
A 17th-century mansion surrounded by a beautiful garden, it now serves as a museum of decorative arts.
An annual opera and classical music festival that draws performers and audiences from around the world.
A favorite subject of Cézanne, this limestone mountain ridge offers hiking trails with breathtaking views of the Provencal landscape.
Marseille, where the azure waters of the Mediterranean kiss a city rich in history, is a vibrant melting pot of cultures, flavors, and tales of maritime grandeur.
Avignon beckons with tales of medieval splendor, encapsulated within its imposing walls and crowned by the majestic Palais des Papes, a testament to the city's papal history.
Perched in the Tarentaise Valley, Les Arcs is a gem in the French Alps, offering a seamless blend of expansive ski terrains and innovative architecture, all framed by the majestic peaks.
Nîmes, a historical tapestry in the South of France, stands as a testament to Roman grandeur, seamlessly weaving antiquity into the modern day.
Saint-Tropez: a sparkling gem on the French Riviera, synonymous with glamor, azure waters, and a haven for artists and celebrities alike. This sun-kissed coastal town promises luxury, history, and a vibrant nightlife.
In the heart of the French Riviera, Ramatuelle is a hidden gem that offers a serene escape amidst vineyards and azure seas, encapsulating the essence of Provencal charm.
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