Marseille
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With your Marseille tours and tickets, discover the second largest city of France at budget-friendly rates. Like many other port cities across the world, Marseille has a certain rakish charm. Touted as the new Barcelona and sharing the same Mediterranean shores, Marseille attractions, are in general, more affordable and modest. Discover the throbbing cultural heart of the city, see its edgy art, sample its eclectic cuisine and discover it’s fascinating history. Take a tour on one of the many boats docked in the port, see the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, the Le Panier, Vieux Port districts, the Calanques National Park and the largest urban history museum in France, the Marseille History Museum. Book well in advance to avoid missing out and check out the wide range of Marseille tours and experiences on isango! to grab the best deals!
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Our tips for Marseille

  • Many Marseille attractions change their working schedule according to seasons. It is best to check their official website or talk to someone at the tourist information center before visiting.
  • When in Marseille, tip with confidence as the practice is encouraged. The tips should be about 5 – 10% of the total sum of the bill. You can also tip in beauty parlors, hotels and cabs.
  • Your passport, international driving license and credit card is required to rent a car. Although we advise against it as the traffic in the city is heavy and parking expensive.

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Best time to visit

May to August is the peak tourist season. So ideally, you should plan a visit between September to November as the crowds are lesser, accommodation more easily available and lots of deals and discounts online.

Getting around

Getting around Marseille will be a breeze for visitors. You can use the well-connected public transport system and travel by metros, trams and buses. Renting a bike is another great option. However, the traffic in Marseille is severe and parking expensive, so we don’t recommend renting a car.

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