Aix en Provence Hotels
Travelling to Aix en Provence
To get to Aix-en-Provence by road from Avignon or other points north, follow the
A7 south to the RN7, which will take you into town. From Marseilles in the south,
take the A51 highway. If you are approaching by car from the UK, you will need
to utilise the Channel Tunnel train services or the ferry services to transport
your vehicle across the Channel.
The French rail system is comfortable, cost-effective and reliable, and is
connected to most other parts of Europe via Paris. From Marseille, 21 trains
run to Aix-en-Provence per day, taking just over half an hour. There are eight
trains daily from both Nice and Cannes.
Buses from all over Europe reach Aix-en-Provence via Paris. Buses from Marseille
arrive in Aix-en-Provence every 10 minutes. There are also five buses per day
from Avignon and two per day from Nice.
Most international flights arrive at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, and
visitors can continue onward from there by road or rail. The closest airport
to Aix-en-Provence is Marseille Airport, located 25kms away. Shuttle buses run
daily to Aix-en-Provence, on a half-hourly basis, at a cost of approximately
€8; there are also regular taxis, although these are far more expensive
at around €40.
Ferries run all year round from the UK to several ports in Normandy. From there,
you will need to continue your journey by road or rail.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Holiday Inn Aix en Provence
Comfort Hotel and Suites Floridianes
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full list of hotels and online booking