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Aix-les-Bains, or simply Aix, is a town in the Rhône-Alpes region of southeastern France. The town is a popular destination for skiers and sightseers, and also offers plenty of unique and historic attractions. Aix-les-Bains is home to France's largest natural lake, Lac du Bourget, and its nearby thermal spas and sailing opportunities make it one of the most relaxing destinations in the country. Aix-les-Bains also offers plenty of natural landscapes which are ideal for hikers and hill walkers, or if your prefer you can head into town and take advantage of the quaint boutiques and stylish cafes. Finding and booking your ideal hotel in Aix-les-Bains can be a long and difficult task, but with the help of Venere you can find the hotel which suits your budget and expectations. Browse through thousands of hotels with the aid of user submitted review, photo galleries, and our handy interactive map.

What's Aix-les-Bains Like?

Aix-les-Bains is a destination which has something to offer everyone, whether you have come to hit the ski slopes or would rather relax in one of many hot springs. Take a trip over to Lac du Bourget and you can enjoy diving, kayaking, or any other number of water sports. If your interests lay more with history and sightseeing, the 12th century Hautecombe Abbey can be found in the narrow valley before the lake, and is brimming with plenty of Middle Ages artworks. For a more modern adventure, the popular Casino Grand Cercle in the town center has everything from restaurants, to gambling halls and even a theater. If you are looking to take a guided tour through the town, the Little Train of Aix les Bains offers just that.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aix-les-Bains

Aix-les-Bains experiences an Alpine climate which results in cool summers and snowy winters. From June to August, afternoon temperatures typically peak at around 25°C, however if you visit during ski season then temperatures are a much more brisk 5°C. Many of the locals, particularly those who work in or around the ski resorts, will speak English, however it never hurts to learn a phrase or two such as "Parlez-vous anglais?" (Do you speak English?). The town is situated along a major trade route between Chambéry and Annecy, and its excellent rail links allows you to take day trips to some of the nearby towns and cities whenever you get tired of the slopes and springs. The town also hosts several music and dance events throughout the year, the most popular of which is the Musilac Music Festival in mid July.