They talk about us

“The Visible is invisible” is regularly put forward by the print, Radio or television and we are proud of it. We are also very proud to have many positive reviews from our customers on Trip Advisor and Facebook as well as rewards from our customers or professionals. Here are some excerpts from all the attentions that fill us with joy.





Roots and Wings of April 13, 2016

The guided tours of Aix-en-Provence from “The Visible is invisible” were put to the spotlight in the show “Roots and Wings” which invited Frédéric Paul to present the city in a superb report. You will see the Saint-Sauveur Cathedral, the rue Esquiche-Elbow, the town Hall Square and the Cours Mirabeau,…

La Maison France 5 of December 16, 2016

During his visit to the city of Aix-en-Provence, the show “La Maison France 5” invited Frédéric Paul Guide to the “visible is invisible” to present to the animator Stéphane Thébaut the District Mazarin. A very nice exchange about this residential area of the XVII century and its founder… Which is not necessarily the one you believe.

Midi in France from 27 October 2014

The very first passage in a television program of Frédéric Paul was in 2014 to speak in the show “Midi in France” of an indispensable place of Aix-en-Provence: the Cours Mirabeau!

He delivers some of the anecdotes that punctuate the life of this symbolic artery of the city.

The special Point Aix-en-Provence of June 8, 2017

“The Aix pass through architectural elements without seeing them, as they are in a hurry. Tourists look at them without understanding them… ” Frédéric Paul decided to take his time to make “visible what is invisible”, according to the slogan of this 39-year-old lecturer’s Guide.
Frédéric Paul also organizes visits to Marseille and Toulon, but Aix remains his favourite playground: “Here we find everything we seek. And even more, “he said the dreamer look.

In his previous lives, Frédéric PAUL was responsible for transportation and then marketing for a wine trader. He even worked on the human resources of a large fast food chain. But the concern to make the big story through the little one have always been lively. As a teenager, I organized visits to my hometown, Toulon, for family and friends. Then I did it voluntarily. And, as it worked well, I made it my job, says the guide-lecturer graduated from the University of Nice.
And to burn the visit in the memory of his interlocutors, he has something of his own: “Emotions must be associated with memories.” »
However, it is not only the past that interests him: the Aix do not even realize but in the oldest Roman city of France there is a whole quarter of the 21st century (Sankaran-Mirabeau) with buildings signed by the greatest architects of the world. For a modest sized city, it’s amazing, “he says. Aix has not finished to surprise him. And so do we.