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I do recommend you take a ride on the public transport ferry across the port, at the front of the port (metro side) there are offices in which you can buy tickets to attractions such as visiting an island via boat.
Marseille has one of the nicest ports in the mediterranean area. Here not only are there shops and restaurants but history. Long history! So old that it has structures or buildings that dates back 12th century or even older. Not to miss is the starting...More
A lot of restaurants to choose from, although there isn't a very large variety of dishes. In the morning there is the fish market. It's the start point for the cruise to If castle and for the mini train to Notre Dame de la Garde.
First time in Marseille, just arrived for a relaxing weekend break. Some of the Cafe Restaurants are a bit pricey but hey, we’re in the South of France. Just look around as there is a place for every budget. The atmosphere is relaxed and the...More
I was disappointed to find that there was very little, if any, seating at Marseilles' Vieux Port. Apparently visitors/tourists and locals are expected to perambulate repeatedly back and forth underneath the large architect-designed mirror-covered roof section. I walked the length of the port/harbour on both...More
Morning and nights walk. The best. Get a coffee and relax. Drum players are around boats goes from IF island here. The best place is as small tobacco shop in the middle of theport next to the mcdonald which offers the cheapest but best aperol...More
Response from suejane58 | Reviewed this property |
It took us 20 minutes by car from the airport, this was not in rush hour so little traffic. You could easily go to the port and sit in one of the many cafes. It is very pretty there. A boat trip would take too long. Enjoy!
My wife and I cruised to Marseille cruise port in October 2017. We thought the cruise bus at Euro15 was a bit high and found a bus stop within 6~8mins walking distance. Just follow the colour line on the road and it would... More
My wife and I cruised to Marseille cruise port in October 2017. We thought the cruise bus at Euro15 was a bit high and found a bus stop within 6~8mins walking distance. Just follow the colour line on the road and it would lead you to the bus stop. The bus fare is 3Euro each person and the destination at the city center where you can easily walk to the port in another 10 mins alongside a main road. We did the same bus back after a nice stroll around the port and had our lunch nearby.
Response from lesliefr2016 | Reviewed this property |
Take the shuttle bus! The large port is not the same as the “old port/vieux port.” Though you may be able to save a few €uros, finding a cab/uber and getting to the city center/bourse or Vieux Port is not a simple task and... More
Take the shuttle bus! The large port is not the same as the “old port/vieux port.” Though you may be able to save a few €uros, finding a cab/uber and getting to the city center/bourse or Vieux Port is not a simple task and isn’t worth the stress of hiring a cab, giving directions (en francais), and timely finding your way about town...