Enjoy Marseille during your pregnancy

You’re travelling in Marseille and you’re pregnant ? Your destination is well chosen! To get some sunshine and breath the sea air is really good for your baby. With many activities for mums to be, Marseille...

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

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 old Marseille, like Le Panier quarter. The garden got its name...

Marseille in one day – the green tour

Obviously, it’s a real shame to have only one day to visit Marseille – so many treasures to discover!  But if you cannot stay longer, well, follow our guide! First time in our city?...

Discover Marseille beautiful beaches

Did you know that before the end of the 70’s and despite its 42 km of coastline, Marseille did not have any facilities to easily access the sea? Today the city offers a rich diversity of...

Marseille best vegetarian and vegan restaurants

It’s often difficult to find restaurants with vegetarian options, and when talking about vegan, almost impossible… Good news! There are vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Marseille, using local and organic products. Follow Travel in Marseille Provence...

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 you a few tips to organise your visit and to make...

Visit Borely park : the Central Park of Marseille

Borély park is Marseille most popular park. Located near the Prado beaches and the Corniche, it offers a very pleasant break in the busy city. Loved by the Marseillais for its large roads and hidden...

Top 5 Marseille best burger restaurants

Hamburgers are trendy, and of course most of restaurants in Marseille have them on their menu. Some decided to make it a speciality…To help you find your way among the many addresses of the...

Top 7 Apéro (drinking) spots in Marseille

In Marseille, “apéro” time (for aperitif) is a bit like teatime in England. Around 6pm, people meet to share a glass of Pastis or a beer with olives and peanuts. Good news is drinks...

Marseille for Jazz lovers

Did you know that Marseille used to be an avant-garde spot for Jazz music? It was even considered as the capital of Jazz in the middle of the 40’s. There is a real Jazz community...

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