Kyriad Mas des Oliviers

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3 Blvd de la Grande Thumine, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13090, France
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Aix en Provence Taxi or Bus Available at night?

by wuvsu


I have a couple of questions about transportation in Aix en Provence.

I plan to arrive from Marseille and I assume it is best to switch to a train to AIX en Provence Centre to get closer to my hotel near downtown. Would bus be better? I hear AIX en provence TGV is much farther away almost outside of town. Do they have car rentals at the train station in AIX en Provence Centre?

I am going near the area Chemin de Repentance for an event, how late is bus and taxi available at night? Does Taxi run late at night like 2am-5am?

For car rentals do they give a surcharge for international travelers or a mandatory collision insurance? I am trying to figure out the most economic for 2 days in Aix en Provence.


Re: Aix en Provence Taxi or Bus Available at night?

by JeanneHart

Hi - I was in Marseille last year and did a day trip to Aix-en-Provence. The easist way is to take a special bus which leaves from Marseille then you arrive just a 5 minute walk from the huge roundabout with the fountain at the start of the main area (tourist office beside it too). If you are flying into Marseille just go to the combined bus/train station in the town but don't go into the station. Stand inside the train station as if you are exiting(through glass doors) looking down the hill then walk down the hill to where all the buses are parked (2 mins walk) and they leave from there every 15 mins or so. I think it was maybe 5 euros last year. Don't go into the bus station and do it from there as I had problems trying to understand it (and I speak passable French). This is a special commuter bus and takes maybe less than 30 mins if I remember correctly. Hope this helps. don't know how late this service runs but there are also small electric taxis which leave from the same large fountian roundabout which take you around so maybe that will be useful.

Travel Tips for Aix-en-Provence

Le Cours Mirabeau was the main...

by annelies77

Le Cours Mirabeau was the main road through the town, still beautiful despite the fact that the entire center was under construction. From the statue of Roi René at one end to the Grande Fontaine de la Rotonde at the other, plane trees grow tall along the road. Many street performers come out to entertain people and make a few francs, and there are many good places to eat along the north side.

Vacqueyras is one of the...

by kwanou

Vacqueyras is one of the better winemaking villages, which is located northeast of Chateaunuef-Du-Pape
in the southern portion of France's Rhone region. We did some tasting at the 'Caveau des Dentelles de Montmirail': They have a nice selection - Cotes du Rhone, Vacqueyras, Gigondas, Sablet and Beaumes de Venise.
Place de l'Eglise - 84190 Vacqueyras - 04 90 65 86 62

Something shared ...

by Docu2001

In St. Alexandre, not far from la Chartreuse de Valbonne, there is a village church. I was staying in the area when I found myself in need of something old churches can sometimes provide. I wandered into an early mass - it must have been about seven o'clock in the morning. The service was in a chapel set in a corner of an ancient fortification, with stout stone arches and heavy columns throughout. The intimate open space felt comfortable and appropriate with a tomblike cool.
There were about twelve of us that morning and I expect everyone but me lived within walking distance. When it came time to respond to the prayers and sings the hymns, I joined in with English words to the familiar choreography and melodies.
At the end of mass the priest shook my hand and addressed a question to me in French and I asked him to pardon my non-existent French. Given the size of the room, it had been impossible for him not to see me participating in the service, but he had been unable to hear that I was speaking English.
We exchanged pleasantries and I walked back to the nearby vineyard where I was staying ... feeling I had briefly connected with a handful of otherwise strangers. We shared an hour together thinking good thoughts –albeit in different languages- and that surely counts as time well spent.
That experience enhanced my appreciation of the value of people coming together to express their beliefs, give voice to their highest aspirations. It happened that Sunday in a quiet way in that ancient church in the south of France ... but it can happen anywhere ... in classrooms, coffee shops, dinner tables and the street.


by eden_teuling about RESTAURANT LE LAï

This is a simple but very atmospheric, pleasant restaurant.

Service was perfect and quick too!

It is closed on MONDAYS.

Prices are OK: at midday 8,50 euros
in de evening 12,50 euros There is SO MUCH MORE than the fresh bread you see in the picture....


by eden_teuling

The name of this Museum is: Musée du parlement de Provence et du vieil Aix.

It is situated in one of the narrow streets of the old city centre and it is very worthwhile to go there.

They have a wonderful collection of historically important objects such as porcelain, books, sculptures and more....

C'est le Musée de l'histoire d'Aix. Il évoque, dans un hotel particulier du XVIIème, tout le passé de la ville, premier établissement romain en Gaule, puis capitale de Provence jusqu'à la Révolution; et aussi les traditions, les traveaux et les arts de jadis ou naguère, qu'explorent maintes expositions temporaires.

The richness of this Museum is to be found in both its collections and its "décor"...

I took the photo of one of the special historic processions: they could be moved by puppeteers....


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Address: 3 Blvd de la Grande Thumine, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13090, France