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Traveling in Provence

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We are traveling to Provence from April 25 through April 29th. Staying in Avignon. Interested in seeing the following:

- day trip to Luberon
- St. Remy/Arles/Les Baux
- Marseilles/Aix-en-Provence
- Any Other Suggestions are Welcome!

Interested in small group tour guide(s) (6-8 people) recommendations. Have found several that will travel from our base in Avignon but really want to take a day and see Marseilles/Aix. Haven't been able to find any tour guides that will meet us in Avignon and take us to Marseilles/Aix and then back to our hotel.

Appreciate any suggestions that you may have in terms of tour guides. We prefer not to get a car. Even though we've traveled extensively, the trips have mostly been on Silversea or Seabourn and we find tour guides and or use the ship tours. As a result, we really haven't traveled much "in country" via vehicle transportation.

Thanking you in advance. Michelle (Florida, USA)

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