Living Aix-en-Provence Place d'Albertas
Expat Living and Real EstateGuest PostLiving in Provence

Reflecting on Twenty Years Living in Aix-en-Provence

This article “Twenty Years Living in Aix-en-Provence”  was originally published on author M. L. Longworth’s website. The post is her reflective view of how the city of Aix-en-Provence has changed in the last two decades, and of those staples that make the city unique. Our decision to move to France …

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Maison du Collectionneur Aix-en-Provence
AixcentricRestaurant Recommendations in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

New Restaurant in Aix-en-Provence: Mana a la Maison du Collectionneur

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: If you are one of the many many locals who enjoy eating at Mana Espresso and admire the enterprising young Brits who started it, then this new restaurant is for you! Their second restaurant opened recently, giving them much needed space for their clientele. Mana …

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Villers Picasso Coup de Soleil
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceInspire: Art & Culture

Aix: Artwork from Picasso and André Villers at the Pavillon Vendome

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: There seems to have been a deluge of work by Picasso recently, in Marseille, in Aix, in Les Baux, in Cannes, but the small exhibition at Aix’s Pavillon Vendome, ‘Villers Picasso – Coup de Soleil’ really is worth investigating. André Villers was just 22 and …

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Learning French Destination Francais
AixcentricExpat Living and Real EstateLearning French

Learning French in Aix-en-Provence this Summer the Destination Francais Way

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Here is some information from two French teachers who have moved from the classroom approach in favour of walking around Aix, visiting the markets, having lunch together, all the time having French a conversation – with notes of new vocabulary being emailed to you later.   …Continue …

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Picasso-Picabia Musée Picasso
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceInspire: Art & Culture

Picasso-Picabia at Musée Granet this Summer in Aix-en-Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Adding to my previous post, which concentrated on the opening weekend for the Picasso-Picabia exhibition at the Musée Granet. There will be a weekly guided tour of the exhibition in English on Fridays at 15:00hrs (entry fee + 4 euros). French tours will take place Tues-Sun at …

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Aix-en-Provence Roadworks Building
AixcentricExpat Living and Real EstateLiving in Provence

Aix-en-Provence Roadworks Building for the Future

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The town is at a perfect storm of roadworks right now, according to La Provence, (le chantier est a pleine puisssance) but they say that things should start to improve from here on. Work on the 7.2km Aixpress bus-route is taking place along its full length, …

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Peruvian New Cooking Classes Aix-en-Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Food & Drink

Ceviche in the City – New Cooking Classes to Try in Aix-en-Provence

No, it’s not a revival of the 1990s TV series with Mr Big. Originally from Lima, Peru, Marita Lynn has lived in the United States for 27 years. This summer she is changing things up a lot! Aix-en-Provence will be the base for Chef Marita Lynn cooking classes and catering …

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Artist Nicolas De Stael Hotel de Caumont Aix-en-Provence
AixcentricArtists Inspired by ProvenceInspire: Art & Culture

Hotel de Caumont: Artist Nicolas De Stael in Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: The Hotel de Caumont has been open for 5 years now as an arts centre, and this current exhibition,’ Nicolas de Stael in Provence’ has to be the best I have seen here. It focuses on the short time this interesting painter spent in Provence, July 1953-June …

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Aix-en-Provence Vegan Meals Anticafé
AixcentricRestaurant Recommendations in ProvenceTaste: Food & Drink

Aix-en-Provence Vegan Meals and Language Lessons at Anticafé

I wonder if you have visited Anticafé Aix yet? Founded two years ago, its principle is that customers pay per hour. Your 5 euros per hour gets you as much coffee or tea as you like, plus there are breakfast cereals, bread to toast with jam, or later in the …

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Moving Aix-en-Provence Facebook Page
Expat Living and Real EstateSophia van Woensel-Mose

Real Estate Tips and More on Moving to Aix-en-Provence

By Sophia Mose: Aix-en-Provence Relocation Newcomers to Aix-en-Provence as well as people considering a move to this popular town just inland from Marseille tend to have a lot of questions about moving to Aix-en-Provence or living there – which neighbourhoods are the nicest or closest or greenest, the property market …

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