Visit Le Panier : Marseille historic city center

Located in the 2nd arrondissement of Marseille, Le Panier is the oldest and most typical quarter of our city. Le Panier quarter is a beautiful area where you can walk in the small picturesque streets...

A street-art wall in Le Cours Julien

In Marseille, we love that kind of initiative! Since September 2012, the Marseillaise association Juxtapoz offers “une Galerie à ciel ouvert” (an open-air gallery) on a red wall located on the corner of rue Crudère and...

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 dedicated to street art. With graffiti and frescos on the...

Aqueduc de l’Huveaune – The secrets of Marseille city’s centre unknown vestiges

You might have noticed this old stones aqueduct in the Conseil régional PACA building, opposite to the Porte d’Aix, and wondered what it could be. Let’s go back in time together to discover its identity… This...

Marseille best vintage shops

If you love vintage and second-hand shops, you won’t be disappointed in Marseille ! With no surprise, the high spot for vintage shopping is Cours Julien (6th arrondissement) with second-hand, retro accessories and clothes, furniture, interior design...

Visit La Friche, an old tobacco factory that became a famous cultural center

La Friche la Belle de Mai, le Pôle Média and the Archives Municipales house (city’s archives) are located in this big building dating from the second half of the 19th Century. Today this giant...

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