Marseille & Aix: From Aix, Avignon, Marseille, Provence, or Toulon
Visit the Mediterranean City of Marseille and Aix-en-Provence
DURATION: UP TO 8-HOURS
Discover two of the liveliest cities of Provence. You will drive around the beautiful countryside where Cezanne and his friends found inspiration to paint at the footstep of Saint Victoire mountain. Walk along Cours Mirabeau and the majestic avenues, hidden squares and elegant fountains. It will be our pleasure to personalize this private tour of Provence depending on your wishes
Marseille is the most “Mediterranean”, multicultural, and dynamic city in France. This city has been inhabited for over 30,000 years! You will have the chance to discover landmarks such as the Museum of la Vieille Charité, Notre Dame de la Garde, and The Palais Longchamp. You will be then taken to la corniche and the creek of Les goudes.
Drive round the Montagne Sainte Victoire, enjoying the beautiful views of its slopes. A countryside full of authentic Provencal houses, an inspiration for many of the greatest writers and painters: Goguin, Stendhal, Mistral, Zola, and Cézanne.
Turned into the “Florence of Provence” by wealthy merchants in the 15th century, Aix-en-Provence is a city of art and culture, with superb architecture that has been carefully preserved and restored. Walk along Cours Mirabeau, the Cathedral St. Sauveur, the quartier Mazarin and its narrow streets, the Atelier Cezanne, the and the Pavillon Vendome.
Pick-Up/Drop-Off: Your driver will pick you up from the lobby of your Provence region hotel (Aix, Avignon, Marseille, Provence, Toulon). At the conclusion of the tour, the driver can return you to the hotel, or if you prefer, perhaps drop you off at a nearby restaurant for dinner (If choosing the latter, taxis back to the hotel are to be paid for locally).
Includes: Knowledgeable English-speaking driver and private car service for up to 8-hours, Transport Expenses.
Excludes: Any entrance to museums or other activities when touring, Food and Beverage.
- Please be aware that the driver, while knowledgeable, is not a licensed guide, and may not leave the vehicle to guide on foot.