Its Provencal market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays:

Place de la Mairie and Place de Verdun : Flower and food market where you will find fresh and local products, seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Cours Mirabeau: cloths market with its colourful and shimmering tissues, local and craft Provencal tablecloth, soaps and lavender …

“Un aveugle croit qu’il pleut mais s’il pouvait voir sans sa canne, il verrait cent fontaines bleues, chanter la gloire de Cézanne…”

Jean Cocteau

Go and discover the city of the hundred fountains through the alleys full of history where you will be able to rest and enjoy the freshness of the fountains such as The Four Dolphin’s fountain with its atypical sculptures, the monumental Rotonde’s Fountain with its lions standing guard or Place of Alberta’s fountain which is a meeting point for Aix people to listen to music concerts…
Why not taking a break in one of the several parks like Jourdan’s park, Rambot’s park or Vendôme’s park? Full of greenery it is so nice.

If you are looking for a museum visit or an exhibition, don’t miss Cézanne’s studio with its very special atmosphere: as if the time has been frozen since the painter left… Caumont’s Hotel is must-see. This private mansion was entirely renovated and welcomes now temporary exhibitions that attract visitors coming from all over the world; You can also visit the Granet Museum or the Chapel of the Penitents in Mazarin’s neighbourhood which gather unique pieces of art. Why not go and visit Vazarely’s Museum or Les milles’s Camp?