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Trips to Marseille
Start your day in the lively city center, the Puerto Viejo. Taste coffee and lunches that local café owners have proudly perfected into an art form over the past century.
To see some of the best sights, take a stroll through Le Panier, the old town, just north of the harbor. Explore the Vieille Charité museum, then visit the town hall, or Hotêl de Ville in French, to admire its magnificent Baroque exterior. Take the tram from the north side of the port to the extraordinary Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica, where you will be rewarded with glorious views of the city.
Visit the great Marseille Opera House and some of the many galleries and theaters along the bustling Canebière Avenue. Once in La Canebière, stop by the tourist office to see what events and festivals are going to take place in Marseille during your visit. In the Noailles district, experience the exotic of the bazaar atmosphere of the African markets.
Discover the great outdoors of Marseille by hiking or taking boat trips along the south coast through the exquisite limestone formations of the national park of Creeks. Take a guided tour by boat from thePuerto Viejo to the castle of If, a former prison island popularized by Alexander Dumas in his novel The Count of Monte Cristo. Spend a relaxed afternoon in the Borély park. Explore its great castle and botanical garden and then head to the nearby ones Prado beaches or Borély beach to drink something in front of the sea at sunset.
The most interesting places in Marseille are within walking distance of the Puerto Viejo and there are frequent bus and boat routes from here to the more secluded attractions. The railway lines connect Marseille with almost all of France and with several railway centers in central Europe. The city is connected by regular ferries to Corsica, Sardinia and North Africa. Marseille Provence Airport is one of the busiest in France and connects the area with most of the major European airports.
Where to sleep in Marseille
Marseille offers a very good hotel offer. Take a look at the different websites of memarchodeviaje, and make your reservation in the accommodation that best suits your tastes.
For those who are thinking of staying in an elegant and luxurious hotel, they are sure to be interested in knowing that Marseille is the ideal destination, since it has first-class establishments, such as Le Petit Nice Passedat, located in Anse De Maldormé - Corniche JF Kennedy, or as InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu, which is located at 1 Place Daviel. If you prefer something different, you can make your reservation at Hotel Bellevue Marseille or Le Ryad Boutique Hôtel, as they may be more of your style.