Aix en Provence and Paul Cézanne private guided tour

Discover the 17th century city center of Aix en Provence and take a walk in the footsteps of Paul Cézanne!

Spend a day exploring Aix en Provence, with its 17th-century buildings, local markets, and charming architecture!
The greatest treasures are the gracious 17th- and 18th-century mansions, narrow streets and quiet squares ornamented with handsome arcades and fountains. Among the outstanding points of interest is the Cours Mirabeau, where the inhabitants never tire of wandering under the green arbor of the plane trees. You will also see the area around the Sainte Sauveur Cathedral, and the Old Town.
Walk in the footsteps of Paul Cezanne where he was born in 1839 and died in 1906 and share Cezanne's experience intensely, as you visit the streets, places and landscapes and studio he used to work.
Incessantly, he painted the nature of Provence and his precious landscapes are kept today in great international museums or in private collections.


Pick up at your location
Guided walking tour of Aix en Provence:
- Rotonde fontain and allées Gambetta
- Mazarin district and its cross patern streets with the dolphin fontain
- Saint Jean de Malte church
- Musée Granet
- Cours Mirabeau and its Provençal market 3 times a week
- "Hidden" Passage Agard and its convent converted in a shopping center!
- Court of justice hall and Montclar palace
- Bustling Saporta street where you will find many local galleries and shops
- 17 century palace of the Aix en Provence town hall
- Cathedral Saint Sauveur
- Place des Tanneurs and the italian style hidden Ramus square!
Lunch at your convenience
Way to Paul Cézanne studio
Visit of the studio (option)
Upland photo shuts and walk in the garden of painters
If alloted schedule permits it, take time to visit the more than two millenium Gallic village called Oppidum d'Entremont" (origin of the city of Aix en Provence)
Way back to your location