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More About Marseille

Marseille is the second most populated city of France (and third urban area) the biggest mediterranean port and the economic center of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region.

With its terracotta-roofed buildings the colour of cracked wheat, ripened apricot and blanched almond scattered around the mistral-whipped sea, Marseille is infused with a perceptible and irrepressible energy.

Pulsing to a sultry southern European tempo, Marseille also beats to the drum of neighbouring North Africa. Its fusion of cultures is best experienced at its thronging street markets of Provençal produce stalls, Algerian souk-like bazaars, and fresh-off-the-boat catches splayed along the Vieux Port’s docks at its centuries-old fish market, selling the base ingredients for the local speciality fish stew, bouillabaisse.

Its name literally translates to its cooking method: when it boils (bouillir), lower the heat to a simmer (baisser) – which is maybe a good recipe for handling the heady, heated melting pot that is Marseille.

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Marseille is a wonderfully diverse place composed of 16 arrondissements or districts and a total of 111 different quartiers or neighborhoods. Each one is self-contained and has its own distinct features.

Le Vieux-Port
The old port is one of the best-known parts of Marseille and its streets are lined with restaurants and cafés. In the mornings, fishmongers ply their trade in the fish market opposite the boats. This is where Louis XIV moored his fleet. You will also find galleries here. Next to Cours Estienne d'Orves you will find Place Thiars, the liveliest part of this district. Good quality restaurants stand side by side with tourist traps. The Theatre National de la Criée is very popular. A bit further on, Basilique St Victor is known locally as the 'key to the port'.

La Canebière
This is the most famous road in town. Along it you will see shopping streets such as Rue St Ferréol, and the Musée de la Mode, the Musée de la Marine et de l'Economie, and the Opéra Municipal. The Odéon is right at the end.

Le Panier
A walk through this popular district, close to the old port, takes you around the Provençal pedestrian streets lined with multi-colored buildings. The Clocher des Accoules, la place des Moulins, la Vieille Charité and la Major are all rich in history.

La Joliette
The Joliette docks are the long red brick buildings along the motorway footbridge. The four blocks of buildings were built in the 19th century and the interiors have been completely renovated. The Musée des Docks Romains charts the history of the port of Marseille. Try to spend an evening at the Docks des Suds as well.

La Plaine
In Marseille, Place Jean Jaures is also known as La Plaine. This huge square has a market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and a busy shopping area at other times. The adjacent streets provide a wide assortment of restaurants, bars, and pubs frequented by the locals such as l'Intermédiaire or the Bar de la Plaine.

Le Cours Julien
Just along from La Plaine, le Cours Julien is a popular spot for younger crowds due to its variety of cafés, cabarets and theaters such as Chocolat-Théâtre. For concerts Espace Julien is the place to go. Wander around the antique shops and clothing boutiques like Madame Zaza of Marseille.

Castellane
Bars and cinemas such as César and Prado keep this square at the end of the Rue de Rome quite busy day and night. Set in the business district, it also marks the intersection of main roads such as Boulevard Baille and the Prado.

Le Prado
People come to the Prado to see the bourgeois buildings that line the main road, the Boulevard Périer and the Rue Paradis. The Parc Borély and its castle provide one of Marseille's biggest open spaces. The racecourse here is also very popular.

Endoume
The locals are partial to this district which is dominated by Notre Dame de la Garde. The name La Bonne Mère (literally "the Good Mother") comes from the enormous statue of the Virgin Mary on top of the bell tower. This church is also an important site for pilgrims.

La Corniche
The Corniche (coastal road) winds along the Mediterranean coast and all the fanciest villas are located in this district, as is MAC-Galeries Contemporaines des Musée de Marseille. There are plenty of good views but the beaches are mostly hidden. The Palais de Pharo is a great place for walks and Vallon des Auffes is a pleasant surprise. Wherever you are, you can admire the open sea.

Longchamp
Palais Longchamp is a good place to go for walks and to take in a little culture. You can also visit the Musée Grobet-Labadie, the Musée des Beaux-Arts and the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle—the natural history museum


Marseille
has a big harbour. There are direct ferry routes from Marseille to Ajaccio, Bastia, Porto Torres, Porto Vecchio and Propriano. There are several piers at the harbour, so it is advisable to check well in advance from which pier you are departing.

 


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