Guide to Traveling in Provence

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There’s nothing like ten degree weather in New York to get you scheming up a trip to the South of France.

Whether you’re visiting Arles, Avignon, or Aix-en-Provence, travel videographer Mark Wolters of Wolters World has you covered. In a comprehensive list covering must-sees and watch-out-fors, Wolters brings viewers into the gorgeous lavender fields of Provence, through the gorgeous Roman architecture, and finally, of course, into the boulangerie.

Things you might want to be mindful of include pickpockets, tourist season price-hikes, and accessibility. While train travel might seem like the romantic way to go, renting a car might be your best option if you’re looking to see more than one city.

Enjoy the view from YouTube, and start looking for New Year’s air travel discounts.

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