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Hi!

I will be arriving from Marseille airport on 10 July and then leaving from Nice airport.


I was thinking about this itinerary. Can you give me some advice?

Day 1-3: Avignon OR Aix (my sis is only willing to drive for one day or just follow tour to see lavender). I see websites recommending Avignon but it seems boring with roman structures and all while i prefer to see scenery and quaint towns. Is it a no-no without car?

Day 4: Marseilles. I am quite interested in seeing Cassis! And i thought it would be a waste to not go there since I am around the area.

Day 5-8: Nice



Thanks!

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