Best Western Bonneveine Prado

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenue Elsa Triole, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 28% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Business70

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getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by rubbertoe

What would be the best way to get from the airport at Marseille to the docking location Quai Lamartine in Arles? Would point to point tickets be best?
Thanks, Rubbertoe

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by leics

Not sure what you mean by point-to-point tickets. No need to book tickets in advance anyway.

Shuttle bus from the airport to Marseilles railway station:

http://www.mrsairport.com/eng/acces/acces_bus.jsp

Train to Arles (takes just under an hour, frequent trains, fares from 13.40 euro)

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires (in French)

Then taxi or bus from Arles station to dock (I believe it is not far).

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by puerto_lover

As Marseilles airport is nearer to Arles than Marseilles city, hopefully you would be able to get a train from the VITROLLES AEROPORT rail station directly to Arles. Look through this time table first :

http://www.mp.aeroport.fr/img/commun/acces-train/horairesvamp.pdf

then check on the French railways site:

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/

Journey time about 40 minutes.

More details about Marseilles airport at:

http://www.mrsairport.com/eng/index.jsp

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by puerto_lover

Sorry for my bad English. I just read that again, and what I meant to say was that going into Marseille from the airport is actually going the opposite direction to Arles ! Marseille is south east and Arles is north west. So direct rail from the Marseille airport Vitrolles station is the preferred choice.

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by rubbertoe

Thanks so much for your very detailed answer to my question. I am so excited about the trip my husband and I are taking in late Sept.
Karen

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by leics

Hope you have an excellent time! :-)

Re: getting from Marseille airport to Arles

by puerto_lover

According to Croisieurope the Boarding quay Quai Lamartine is across the large square opposite the Arles station.
Just head for the river and the boat !
Have a great time!

Travel Tips for Marseille

marseille has changed a lot;it...

by fabrice

marseille has changed a lot;it used to be the big city of southern france;it is now the big city of north africa.But some french districts still remain,in testimony of the past my best memory of marseille is the trilogy 'marius-fanny-cesar',the book of marcel pagnol;3 movies were made around 1937

Marseille's history is 2600...

by ATLC

Marseille's history is 2600 years old and it started off as a Greek city in 600 BC as part of the Hellenic civilisation. The city was always a gateway and often sacked by invaders. It is also the beginning of Western monasticism with the founding of Saint-Victor's Abbey and urban institutions were established at a very early date.

Same inspiration, different result !

by JLBG

Not very far from the "Cité radieuse" of Le Corbusier, in the direction of the University of Marseille at Luminy, I also took this picture of two recent buildings. It was late afternoon, the light was perfect for a picture. However, I feel that even if the architect has taken some inspiration from Le Corbusier, he has not taken the best.

The church of Notre Dame de la Garde

by tojoh

The church of Notre Dame de la Garde can be seen where ever you are in Marseille. This neo-byzantine basilica with its large golden statue of Saint Mary is situated on the signal hill of la Garde, 162 metres over the sea level.

It replaced a 13th century church dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The construction of the basilica started in 1853 and the work lasted for 11 years.

My sister and I decided to see the church and admire the view from the Signal hill. It was fascinating to climb up the steep streets leading up to this magnificent monument. Reaching the summit we were amazed by the wonderful church and the stunning view over the city and its surroundings.

If you can, make the trip to Notre Dame de la Garde into your own little pilgrimage. Reaching the top is nothing less than a religious experience.

Le Panier

by iaint

Name given to the area to the east of the Vieux Port. Contains Cathedrale de la Nouvelle Major, Vieille Charite, Hotel Dieu, Eglise St Laurent etc.
Has a 2,600 year history. Many buildings look derelict, many being renovated. Old narrow streets. Quiet peaceful squares.
Great to meander slowly around for a couple of hours. The city tourist office's map has a route for a walking trip of the area, and you follow the red line on the pavement.
Highly recommended.

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Address: Avenue Elsa Triole, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France