Cultural activities and heritage between Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, and Toulon
Tourism in Le Castellet
Marseille is a city of arts and culture, a city of many wonders. It was the European Capital of Culture in 2013. Marseille's history remains very much a part of its present. The city highlights the great architectural achievements of the 21st century—from its medieval religious foundations to the 16th century fortifications, the sumptuous 17th and 18th century residences, and several distinguished buildings constructed in the 19th century.
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Aix-en-Provence is a spa town, an arts town, and the town of the calisson. This special destination has exceptional heritage due to its rich history, as the former capital of Provence. Stroll around its streets and fountains. They'll tell you their stories. The mild climate also lends itself to nice evenings in its casino, three cinemas, over 10 dance halls, several bars and pubs, not to mention the auditoriums, theatres, and café-theatres.
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Toulon is the Var's largest city, offering several activities and remaining faithful to its Provençal and maritime soul. The city's heritage reflects the architectural evolution of the city and its artistic movements throughout the centuries.
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