Citadines Marseille Prado Chano

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9-11 Blvd de Louvain, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France
Citadines Marseille Prado Chanot Aparthotel
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Costs 30% less but rated 28% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families45
  • Couples38
  • Solo50
  • Business30

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travel from marseille airport to the vieux port of Marseille,france

by eleanoresuissa

What options do I have to get from the Marseille airport to the vieux port for a cruise.

Re: travel from marseille airport to the vieux port of Marseille,france

by leics

You could take a taxi, of course.

Or you could take one of the regular shuttle buses to Marseilles Saint-Charles railway station.

Info here;

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

From there you could walk (about 20 minutes, I believe), take a taxi or get the Metro to Vieux Port. Metro map here:

http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/mar/marseil.htm

There are almost certainly buses as well.

Travel Tips for Marseille

The Vieux Port

by rickyvilla81

Without a doubt, the place you cannot miss in Marseille is the Old Port. It is the heart of this crazy old city, at the end of the Canebiere and linking the old Greek town Massilia to the sea. For the best views, walk along the southern edge of the harbour and up to the Parc du Pharo, which offers spectacular views of Marseille, the mountains and the sea. When the sky is deep blue and the Mistral wind is charging towards the sea, it's great fun being up at the Pharo, right in the firing line of the 'sacre vent'!

Bouillabaise

by scanos

One cannot leave Marseille without trying this famous dish at least once. This is best sampled in one of the small restaurants on the Vieux Port, not the touristy 'school dinners' eating establishments where you sit drinking the house red and you buy your girlfriend a rose and you tell the germans next to you that berlin is a great city and isn't marseille so much warmer than london and isn't there much less crime although some one gave my friend a strangle look outside the station and they have a tgv which takes you to paris which is really fast and england could do with one of those and i really like the singing and guitars of the guys dressed like matadors and my friend said that's because marseille was once in spain . Start off with a small dish as it can be quite filling, particularly if it served with pommes de terre.

La Cité Radieuse, the landscape

by JLBG

From the terrace of La Cité Radieuse, you have an unobstructed view on the whole city.

The first photo shows the southwards view towards the city center, the Vieux-Port and the open sea.

The second photo shows the view southwestwards with the islands in the background.

The third photo shows the southeastwards view.

The last photo shows the northeastwards view, inland.

great value

by SSlatter about Disque Bleu

Disque Bleu is situated on one side of the Vieux Port, in a seemingly-endless row of other restaurants. We four arrived for lunch without a reservation, and we were lucky to grab the last available table. (There is al fresco seating for approximately 50 people). I ordered Salade Les Goudes: salad vegetables with a mountain of fried calamares, squid and shrimps. Fantastic value at 12 euros. My friends ordered the dish of the day, which was Sole Meunière, (only 8.50 euros), a veal escalope, and another Salade Les Goudes. We drank the house rosé with ice, that was great value at 5 euros the half-litre. The bill for four came to 59.90 euros, 15 euros of which was wine and coffee. Good coffee too. Recommended.

Palais Longchamp

by littlesam1

This monumental water tower was built on Longchamp Plateau to commerate the building of the Durance Canal in Marseilles. The monument is joined together by a colonnade with the two wings of the Palace housing the Natural History and Fine Arts Museums.

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Address: 9-11 Blvd de Louvain, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France