New to Aix-en-Provence? Here are the best things to do while you're there.
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The city of Aix-en-Provence has something for everyone any time of the year, though for many visitors the most pleasant time to visit is in Spring or Fall. Aix-en-Provence is at its best from April to June, or from mid-September to mid-November when the weather is at its most temperate with many sunny days. During these times, the city springs to life with vibrant street life, outdoor dining, and lots of colorful festivals to experience.
Aix-en-Provence is an accessible, vibrant and exciting city to explore. For an ideal amount of days in the city, three days would base your exploration of the city’s galleries, gardens and festivals, while four or five days can allow you to take part in the local customs and typical activities. You can also take guided tours around the city and its local attractions. If you have more time, you can even take a day trip out of Aix-en-Provence to nearby cities or attractions.
Exploring Aix-en-Provence is a breeze as the city has great public transportation which includes buses and trams. Additionally, Aix-en-Provence has a cycling network and bike rentals which are a great way to explore the city and take in the sights. Taxis and cabs are also available for those who prefer private transportation.
Aix-en-Provence is great for families. You can take a guided tour of the city to the major attractions. See the elegant fountains and ornate architecture of the church of Saint-Sauveur from the 17th century or visit the Museum of Grevin with its exhibition of wax figures. For outdoor fun, there's a great water park with giant slides, a Ferris wheel, and go-karts.