Prepare your guided tour in Marseille. All the must-see places to visit in the city of Bouches-du-Rhône and its region. Go for beautiful walks in the creeks and discover the old port city of neighborhoods to the neighborhood of the Panier district through the Corniche Kennedy.
Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica : Rue Fort du Sanctuaire, 13281 Marseille The Basilica, also known as the “Good Mother”, was built in 1853. It is located on a limestone hill at over 140 meters above sea level.
Bus : Take Bus Line 60 in the Old Port.
The Canebière – Old Port : 13001 Marseille This port has been since Antiquity one of the first trading center of the Mediterranean. Today it is a center of pleasure and the place essential of the popular gatherings of the city.
Métro : Line M1 (Vieux-Port-Hôtel de Ville, Réformés-Canebière) Line M2 (Noailles) Tram : Line T2 (Canebière Garibaldi, Canebière Capucins) Line T3 (Cours Saint Louis)
The Panier District – Old Marseille : 13002 Marseille The “Panier” is the oldest district of Marseille but also the most typical. Through its narrow streets you have the impression of walking in a small village of Provence.
Metro : Lige M1 (Colbert-Hôtel de Région) Tram : Line T2 (Sadi Carnot)
Vieille-Charité Centre : 2 Rue de la Charité, 13002 Marseille Very old building that was built in 1640, the old charity was renovated in the XXth century to become a great multicultural center. There are museums, association centers, schools, cinemas and temporary exhibitions.
Metro : Line M2 (Joliette) Tram : Line T2 (Sadi Carnot)
Corniche Kennedy : 13007 Marseille Along the sea from the beach of Catalans to the beaches of Prado. The Corniche Kennedy offers one of the most beautiful landscape on the Mediterranean.
Bus : Line 83 from the Old Port. Stop off at the Plage des Catalans and continue on foot with a walk along the coast
L’Estaque : 13016 Marseille A picturesque neighborhood by the sea, the Estaque district is a haven of peace where many painters have lived since the 19th century.
Bus : Take Line 35 in the Old Port
Le Parc Borély : Allée Borely, 13008 Marseille On 18 hectares, Borély Park offers lots of activities and has a beautiful botanical garden in its center.
Bus : Lines 19 and 83 from Rond-Point du Prado, stop: Borély Park
The MuCEM : Prom. Robert Laffont, 13002 Marseille Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations)
Metro : Vieux-Port stop or Joliette (about 10 minutes’ walk away) Bus : Lines 60, 82 and 82s (Littoral Major or Fort Saint-Jean stops) Line 49 (stop Église Saint-Laurent, Littoral Major or Fort Saint-Jean) Tram : T2 stop République, Dames or Joliette (about 10-15 minutes’ walk away)
Cours Julien – Artists’ Quarter : 13006 Marseille It is one of the most lively neighborhood of the city Marseille but also one of the largest place dedicated to Street Art.
Metro : Line M2 Notre-Dame-du-Mont – Cours Julien
Friche Belle de Mai : 41 Rue Jobin, 13003 Marseille Centre for culture and the arts with concert and exhibition venues and 60 artistic organisations.
Bus : Lines 49 and 52 (Belle de Mai La Friche) Tram : Ligne T2 (Longchamp)
Vallon des Auffes – An authentically charming port : 13007 Marseille This charming little fishing port is a charming place with some of the best restaurants in the city.
Bus : Line 83 from the Old Port, stop: Vallon des Auffes.
Château d’If : From quay: Embarcadère Frioul If,, 1 Quai de la Fraternité, 13001 Marseille This fortress was built under the orders of François 1st and served as a prison for more than 400 years. It is located on one of the islands of the Friuli archipelago.
Getting there: Ferry boats. Departing from the Old Port
Frioul Islands : 13007 Marseille the archipelago of Friuli is composed of 4 islands: Ratonneau, Pomègues, Tiboulen and If. There are beautiful walks along the many beaches, coves and creeks.
Getting there: : From the Old Port, take a ferry boat to Frioul Islands
Calanques National Park : Majestic cliffs, the Med stretching as far as the eye can see.