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Aix En Provence

Aix en Provence is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. The city was established by Ancient Rome in 123 BC, and is today known as the city of Cezanne. The city center is the old city, and it has many tiny streets that are very lively and connect small squares to each other. Besides, the new part of the city is planned so well that it looks so natural next to the old one.

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Nice

Nice was our next stop after Cannes. It is very easy to travel between these two close cities by train. When we arrived in Nice we were disappointed a bit by the area around the central station. Then we walked to the city and the seaside and discovered the beauty in it. The big square Place Masséna was very attractive. There I realized how different the south and the north of France are from each other.

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Marseille

It was hard to leave Paris after spending five beautiful days there. We took off in the afternoon for Marseille for the rest of our vacation where we would also visit a few nearby cities. Marseille is one of the oldest cities in Europe. The streets of the old town ‘Le Panier’ tell how deep its history is when you simply walk on them. There are some very nice cafes and restaurants in this area.

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Paris – Day 5

The obvious activity for our last day was visiting the Eiffel Tower. Having pre-booked tickets helped us avoid the queues. That is a practical trick for those who are planning to pay it a visit. We made it to the top by an elevator and climbing up the stairs. The view was incredibly beautiful at the top.

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Paris – Day 3

This Sunday was a perfect day to spend in the Louvre Museum. We knew that the museum was huge and one day would not be enough to see it all, but we made a good plan and prioritized the most interesting parts to us. This iconic 12th century palace has been used as a museum since 1793. The building has eight main parts and 380.000 art objects are exhibited there in total.

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