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Marseille in one week-end

If you’re in Marseille only for a weekend or two days, don’t waste your time and enjoy the best of the city. We give...

How to come and to move in transport in Marseille ?

You are in Marseille on holidays but you don’t know how the transport network works ? Don’t worry, just follow Made in Marseille guide...

How to reach Marseille beaches without a car ?

You are not from Marseille or you just settled in south of France (lucky you!) and you need keys to get to know our...

Marseille areas

Visit Salon-de-Provence, a town with a rich history and a fascinating...

This is Travel in Marseille Provence travel guide, a guide made by Marseille people for everyone. Here you will find out about Provence best...

Visit La Joliette, Marseille new business quarter

It was Marseille economic centre before the port industry declined. These past years, La Joliette quarter got its prestige back. With the launch of...

Walk to Marseilleveyre Calanque

Marseilleveyre Calanque in Marseille can be reach only by foot or boat. Lying down on a sandy shingle beach, you will admire one of...

Sightseeings

The beaches of Prado park in the south of the city

Along Pierre Mendès France avenue, near Borély park and its castle, are the Prado park six beaches. Easy to reach and surrounded by great...

Visit Saint Nicolas Fort (Entrecasteaux and Ganteaume)

Discover the Fort Saint Nicolas and dive into Marseille history. Built in the 17th Century to protect the city, the fort offers a breath-taking...

Visit the must-see Marseille History Museum and Garden of Vestiges

Dive into Marseille rich past, that is to say 26 centuries of history, visit the Musée d’Histoire de la ville. It is probably the...

Off the beaten track

Marseille in one day – the authentic city

Obviously, it’s a real shame to have only one day to visit Marseille – so many treasures to discover!  But if you cannot stay...

Visit Cours Julien and La Plaine, Marseille artists quarter

Located right in the city’s centre, the Cours Julien is one of Marseille most lively quarter. It is said to be France biggest quarter...

Take a nap and rest in Marseille

Summer or winter, nap is an important activity in Marseille. 20 minutes of nap to regain your energy and concentration! In Marseille, we nap...

Things to do

Discover Sacred Wood Garden : one of the most beautiful...

At the foot of Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica lies the Sacred Wood Garden (7th arrondissement). Surrounded by picturesque and narrow streets, the area reflects the...

Malmousque bay, a little secret port in the city center

Though Malmousque doesn’t have a fine sandy beach – only rocks and paving stone -, you wouldn’t like to miss it. Hidden behind the...

Best waterside restaurants in Marseille

There is nothing more relaxing than a dinner or lunch “les pieds dans l’eau” (feet in water). Follow Made in Marseille guide to the...

Trip ideas

Running in Marseille without pollution

Yes it's possible to run in Marseille far from the traffic noise and pollution! The...

What to do in Marseille the day after a party ?

Long night, little sleep, sometimes hangover… it’s often hard to feel motivate to do anything...

Marseille best second-hand shops, « ressourceries »

“Ressourceries” are second-hand shops focused on recycling. The concept is to avoid waste by recycling...

Shows, plays, concerts, the best spots in Marseille

Fancy a nice concert? The Dôme, in Saint Just quarter, is the biggest auditorium of our...

Enjoy Marseille during your pregnancy

You’re travelling in Marseille and you’re pregnant ? Your destination is well chosen! To get some sunshine...
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