Hotels in Aix-en-Provence, France
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- Cours Mirabeau
- Pole d'Activites d'Aix en Provence
- La Rotonde - Place General Charles De Gaulle
- Montagne Sainte Victoire
- Aix-en-Provence Tourism Office
- Place d'Hotel de Ville
- Paul Cezanne University
- Galerie d’Art du Conseil Général des Bouches du Rhône
- Aix-Marseille Golf
- Grand Theater of Provence
- Sainte-Victoire Golf
- Place des Quatre-Dauphins
- Saint-Sauveur Cathedral
- Eglise de la Madeleine
- Paul Cezanne's Studio
- Granet Museum
- Vasarely Foundation
- Le Jas de Bouffan
- Les Allees Provencales
- Chateau La Coste en Provence
Best hotels in Aix-en-Provence
Aix-en-Provence is a medieval city in southeastern France, just a few short miles north of Marseille in the French Alps region. The city inspires images of elegance with its 17th-century architecture, large green public spaces, and trendy shaded outdoor bars and cafes. Founded in 123 BC by the Romans, today you can still see traces of the city's ancient past, such as the ruins of a Roman amphitheater. Now the city stands as a cultural icon in the south of France, and is an idyllic getaway destination for families and couples alike. Finding and booking a hotel in Aix-en-Provence can sometimes be a stressful task, but with the aid of Hotels.com, you can choose the right hotel for you with the help of thousands of user-submitted reviews, photo galleries of hotel rooms, and our handy interactive map for checking out the local area.
What's Aix-en-Provence Like?
If you have come to experience authentic French culture, historic sights, and a laid back approach to tourism, then Aix-en-Provence is the place for you. One of the most memorable landmarks in the city is the Old Town of Vieil Aix (Old Aix), with its narrow medieval streets, neo-Classical architecture, and charming public spaces. For a crash course in local history, visit the Atelier Cezanne (Cezanne Studio), which belonged to the famous local painter, Musee du Vieil Aix (Museum of Old Aix), with its many medieval artifacts, and the somewhat niche Musée des Tapisseries (Tapestry Museum). There are plenty of open air markets available all year round, including a local Farmers' Market as well as the Cours Mirabeau shopping street.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aix-en-Provence
The city is situated along the coast, and as a result experiences a Mediterranean climate. Weather tends to be hot and dry during the summer months of June to August, and pleasantly mild during winter. You can expect afternoon temperatures of around 86° Fahrenheit during the summer months, however it can sometimes rise as high as 104° Fahrenheit. Aix-en-Provence is not as popular with tourists as nearby cities such as Marseille, so try not to rely on the locals speaking English, and instead make your own preparations by bringing along a reference book. Like many other French towns and cities, Aix-en-Provence offers a bicycle rental service, which is often free if you return it within a certain time, and offers the most picturesque way of getting around this historic city. Before you depart, make use of our handy Google maps applet in order to find all of the places of interest around your hotel.