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Sightseeing Transfer in Marseille

Marseille is a vibrant port city located in the south of France. It is the second-largest city in France, after Paris, and is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful Mediterranean coastline. Discover the charm of Marseille with its Marseille sightseeing tours and experience the city's unique blend of history and contemporary allure. Marseille has been a major cultural and commercial hub since ancient times, and today it remains a popular tourist destination for visitors from around the world. Explore the city's highlights with Marseille sightseeing tours or enjoy the convenience of airport taxis and private transfers for seamless airport transfers and transportation throughout your stay

Marseille, Oldport
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One of the city's most iconic landmarks is the Vieux-Port, or Old Port, which has been a hub of activity for over 2,600 years. Visitors can take a stroll along the waterfront promenade and enjoy views of the boats and yachts moored in the harbor. The nearby Le Panier neighborhood is another popular destination, with its winding streets, colorful buildings, and lively cafes. To make the most of your sightseeing experience, consider booking Marseille sightseeing tours or opt for a private taxi or Marseille airport transfer for convenient transportation between these must-visit spots.

La Canebiére de Marseille
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Marseille is also home to many museums and cultural attractions, including the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM), the Palais Longchamp, and the Chateau d'If, which was made famous by the novel "The Count of Monte Cristo." For those interested in art, the Musée d'Art Contemporain is a must-see, featuring works by artists such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.  Make the most of your time in Marseille sightseeing tours or consider a convenient Marseille airport taxi to explore these remarkable attractions.

In addition to its cultural attractions, Marseille is also known for its beautiful beaches and natural landscapes. The Calanques, a series of stunning cliffs and coves located just outside the city, are a popular destination for hiking, swimming, and boating. The Parc National des Calanques offers even more opportunities for outdoor exploration, with its rugged terrain and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Whether you're a nature lover or seeking adventure, Marseille airport offers a gateway to unforgettable experiences.


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Old Port

Explore the enchanting Marseille sightseeing places with captivating Marseille sightseeing tours. Also known as Vieux Port, Old Port is one of the most important reasons why people go gaga over the beauty of this city. Home to numerous restaurants, cafes, and hotels that rest adjacent to the historical places in the city, such as Sainte Marie lighthouse and Maison Diamantée, the vibrant marina has a lot to offer to its visitors. Make sure to experience the adventurous ferry ride and stroll through the fish market to witness the lively crowd of locals.


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Château d’If

Dating back to the 16th century, this fortress is home to numerous movie scenes such as The French Connection which lured viewers all around the world to adore the ethereal beauty of the city. The place is of great historical importance and provides an impeccable view of the surrounding from the ground, the serene water flowing and the tranquil atmosphere will rejuvenate your soul and heal you thoroughly.


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Notre-Dame de la Garde

Explore the top Marseille tourist spots, including the must-visit Notre Dame de la Garde. If you’re visiting Marseille but missing out on Notre Dame de la Garde, you better have a good excuse for it. The iconic symbol of the city provides its travellers with some of the most stunning views ever, and the basilica displays a Roman-Byzantine, baroque architecture crafted with mosaics and stones in playful colours. On the outside of this basilica, you might be able to find a tall statue of the Virgin Mary standing on the top of the bell tower.


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Fort Saint-Jean

Discover the mesmerizing Marseille tourist attractions, including the picturesque Saint-Jean Fort. This Saint-Jean fort is situated at the mouth of the old port of the city. The fortification is constructed on the hill, which is why dusk and dawn appear infinite times better than the city; the ecstatic view is simply breathtaking and provides some of the most aesthetically pleasing views of the city. Notre Dame de la Garde can be observed via the fort of Saint-Jean comfortably and is connected to the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations with the help of a bridge. History lovers would not be able to get enough of this place, so make sure to include this fort in your itinerary to get a good knowledge of the city.


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Marseille Cathedral

Explore the captivating Marseille sightseeing tours and behold the majestic beauty of the Cathedral, a renowned Romanesque-Byzantine masterpiece. The cathedral, crafted in Romanesque-Byzantine style, is one of the best as well as most visited places in the city. Also referred to as the National Monument of the country, the cathedral has the capacity to host a total of 3,000 people at a time. The cathedral provides ecstatic views of the serene sea, and the calm sound of the shore is nothing less than a bliss. To visit this cathedral is to unlock the key to heaven on earth. The inside of this cathedral consists of numerous statues, mosaics, and floors inlaid with marble.


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Parc Borély

Embrace the Marseille sightseeing experience and find tranquility at the enchanting Marseille Gardens. Now that you have kept all the places in mind, what’s the last thing that you seek while you’re on a nice trip to slip away from the burly-burly environment of your usual life? It’s serenity, right? Well, this garden is known to be one of the most beautiful gardens in France and paints the ambiance in a beautiful colour so that it becomes almost impossible for the visitors to get enough of the scenic beauty. You can witness numerous small gardens with numerous designs and architecture and visit Borely Castle. Entry to this place is free, and the time to visit is from 6 AM to 9 PM.


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Calling out to all the history lovers out there, make sure to keep this city in your list if you are looking for a trip filled with fun, culture and learning. This ancient city is seen to host popes in the 14th century when the corruption rate rose in Rome. Le Palais des Papes palace is seen to be the largest gothic edifice in the entire world.


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Situated in the French Riviera, at the foot of the Alps, this city is the second largest French city squatting on the Mediterranean coast. Nice is also known as Nice la Belle by the locals which means ‘Nice, the beautiful’ which is the title of the unofficial anthem of the city. Founded in the year 350 BC by a colony of Greek mariners, the city became a leading trade station in the 1st century after getting conquered by the Romans. The arrival of the 17th and 18th century marked the victory of the French over the Romans which resulted in Nice becoming a French city. Nice, a seaport city and Mediterranean tourist centre which is known to be the capital of Alpes-Maritimes département, is the seventh most populated city in France. Situated at a distance of 32 km from the border of the country, wrapped amidst the serene tall mountains where a pleasant atmosphere pleases the tourists to explore the city without any nuisance.


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Les Calanques

Calling out to all the nature lovers, if you are visiting Marseille but missing out on this natural wonder known to be an absolute paradise on earth, we can not even tell you what you are missing out on. The Calanques are a series of rocky cliffs setting amidst Marseille and Cassis, the place is now known to be a national park.


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This small commune is situated on the eastern side of Marseille whose coastline is referred to as the French Riviera. Cassis is one of the most visited places in France due to its serene atmosphere and Calanques. Book a day trip to Cassis with Rydeu to enjoy the trip at its best.


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In ancient times when Roman culture was inhabited, Arles was one of the most venerated cities for Gaul. With rich architecture and magic that dangles in the air, it is said that renowned artists like Vincent Van Gogh spent a year making some of his fine arts in the city that still stands proudly in the museums of Arles. Make sure to explore some of the best places in Arles such as Amphitheater, Van Gogh Heritage and Church of St. Trophime.


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The luberon is a massive southern part of the country, known for its vineyards, laid back yet lavish resorts and some of the best shopping places that can be ever found in France. The Luberon is known for its mouth-drooling local dishes, hill-top villages, the light of Van Gogh and the Cizzane. Adventure lovers can go for some hiking and biking to kick their adrenaline rush.


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Squatting on the back of Auzon, the commune is situated in the Vaucluse department in the southern part of the country. Known to be the capital of Comtat Venaissin, the town is famous for the pure production of its fresh black truffle and the rustic buildings that it boasts.

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