Visit Pharo Palace with a fantastic view of old port

If the Palais du Pharo was built to be an imperial house, it was never used as such. With its beautiful architecture and park son parc, the Napoleonic edifice rises above the Old Port and Marseille...

Visit the Museum of the Civilisations of Europe and the Mediterranean (MuCEM)

Le MuCEM, Museum of the Civilisations of Europe and the Mediterranean (musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée) is Marseille new national museum located on a fabulous site, at the bottom of...

Visit the famous Notre Dame de la Garde basilica

Notre Dame de la Garde basilica is definitely Marseille emblem. Also called « La Bonne Mère » (« the good mother »), it is indeed a symbol adored by the Marseillais. Its extraordinary panorama of the city, its...

Visit the historic Hotel Dieu : new palace Intercontinental

Before being a renowned 5 stars hotel and gastro restaurant, the Hôtel-Dieu was a hospital. This incredible building offering a breath-taking view of the Vieux-Port and Notre-Dame de la Garde is not be missed. The...

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 panorama of the Vieux-Port. It is located boulevard Charles Livon,...

Visit La Major cathedral : the biggest monument of Marseille

Visible from the sea, the Cathédrale de la Major de Marseille is one of Marseille most emblematic monuments. Called « la Major » by the Marseillais, it has recently been renovated and its vaults host now...

The Cité Radieuse of Le Corbusier and panoramic views

Travel in Marseille Provence offers you a virtual visit of the Cité Radieuse with photos and explanatory captions. Discover one of Marseille most famous buildings, a symbol of Le Corbusier architectural and social heritage. The association...

Visit the Old Charity : Archeology and African arts museum

“La Vieille Charité” or “Old charity” used to be an hospice for Marseille beggars and poor people. It now houses one of the most important cultural centre of the city, in Le Panier quarter. Built...

Visit Saint Victor abbey : one of the oldest monument of the city

Saint Victor abbey is a gorgeous edifice, an emblem of Marseille religious buildings. You cannot miss its high towers visible from the Vieux-Port. If you visit it, you will learn more about Marseille history...

Discover the Borely Castle

The Château Borély was named after the family who built it. Louis Borély was a rich merchant whose desire was to build a bastide (vast and majestic houses typical of Provence) on the rural...

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