“A pocket of left-bank Parisian chic deep in Provence, Aix (pronounced like the letter X) is all class: its leafy boulevards and public squares are lined with 17th- and 18th-century mansions, punctuated by gurgling moss-covered fountains. Haughty stone lions guard its grandest avenue, cafe-laced cours Mirabeau, where fashionable Aixois pose on polished pavement terraces, sipping espresso. While Aix is a student hub, its upmarket appeal makes it pricier than other Provençal towns.” – Lonely Planet
There are no airports that service Aix-en-Provence. The nearest is in Marseille which is a short bus or train ride away.
Check the SNCF website for schedules and prices on trains and make sure to validate your ticket before boarding the train.
You can go to Check My Bus for information on buses.
If you’re taking a day trip, sometimes it is the most convenient to mix and match the bus and train based on schedules.