Aix-en-Provence may not be as flashy as the city of love, but that’s the reason why it is alluring. Aix-en-Provence is a great alternative honeymoon destination if you find Paris expensive and extremely touristy. Discover more interesting things about this romantic city-commune.
Lined with leafy boulevards, gorgeous squares, grand avenues, captivating moss-covered fountains and mansions built during the 17th and 18th century; we can’t blame newly-weds if they stay longer than planned. Stroll around Cours Mirabeau or sip some espresso at Deux Garçons. Have your fill during lunch at Place de l’Hotel de Ville. There’s a long list of activities for couples here. But if you’re adamant to spend honeymoon in Paris, visit Wandering Trader to find out the best time to do so.
Aix-en-Provence has plenty to offer -most of it usually involves meandering around its streets contemplating various elegant styles of architecture.