You can’t go to Marseille without also visiting Aix-en-Provence! Contrary to the previous cities I mentioned, Le Havre in France and Vigo, Spain, I had definitely heard of Aix-en-Provence. Therefore, I had very high expectations! Did Aix-en-Provence meet my expectations? Let’s find out!
After Milan, and then Marseille, I think this tour could have been renamed “the most beautiful cities in Europe tour”. Every stop so far seemed like I jumped right into a fairy-tale village.
I love these signs telling more about the history of the city. I couldn’t read them, but I liked that they looked very detailed!
Luckily I could read the dates, so the signs gave me some idea of just how historic Aix-en-Provence is.
After wandering around we stumbled upon this very beautiful and charming area. The fountain seemed to dominate the whole area – it was definitely a focal point!
I’ve seem many gorgeous fountains in Paris, but this one was just uniquely photogenic. It seemed to always be in motion (probably because it was pretty windy this day)! Continue reading “Marseille to Aix-en-Provence, France”