Ibis Marseille Timone

107 boulevard Sakakini, Marseille, Provence, 13005, France
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transportation between Marseille and Cassis

by balatti

I am arriving at the airport in Marseille at 9a.m. and would like to travel to Cassis the same day. Is there a rail link between the airport and train station? Where could I find how often the train runs between Marseille ad Cassis? Thanks

Re: transportation between Marseille and Cassis

by leics

No railway link, but there are regular airport shuttle buses which drop you at Marseilles railway station:

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

You can find train times and fares in French here:

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

or just train times and details in English here:

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

Journey time to Cassis is about 20 minutes, and trains run every half-hour or so from Marseilles St Charles station.

Re: transportation between Marseille and Cassis

by cubsur

I remember well that the station at Cassis is about 1 mile from town!

Yes the trains are fairly frequent from Marseille.

Re: transportation between Marseille and Cassis

by kokoryko

Train or bus is nice, but if you have some time. . . . why not a change and make a mini-cruise! The journey is about one and half an hour.
The schedule of the direct journey does not fit with your arrival time, but there are “touristic trips” from Marseille (Old Port) to Cassis, along the Calanques coast. If you like it, and have a bit time, check here: http://www.visite-des-calanques.com/liaison-cassis-marseille-icard-pg49-lgfr.htm

Schedules: http://www.visite-des-calanques.com/index.php?p=73&inputDate1=24-07-2009&inputDate2=25-07-2009

The old port is two metro stations away from the train station, where the buses take you from the airport.

Travel Tips for Marseille

Just sit on the beach or on a...

by lm1278

Just sit on the beach or on a chair along the board walk and watch the sunset. It is gorgeous. Relaxing by the beach and watching the street entertainers at night. they were great. They pu ton some good shows, kept me busy!

Rosé wine with ice

by SSlatter

A very popular drink in Marseilles is rosé wine. You'll often see locals putting ice in their rosé, which sounds completely wrong, but trust me, it is delicious, and complements the local climate and cuisine perfectly.

Little chapel

by JLBG

In the same district (possibly Mazargues) and a few minutes later, I felt that this small isolated, unknown and unnamed (at least for me !) chapel made a quiet and peaceful end for that little architectural trip.

A Church with a View

by tini58de

This church is the landmark of Marseille. It is one of the highest points of Marseille (162 m) and gives you the most breathtaking panorama of the city.

The church itself consists of two chapels, one built in Neo-Romanic style and the other one in Neo-Byzantine style.

At the moment there is a lot of renovating going on, so it is not quite that nice, but the view....... aaaaahhh!

The fortifications protecting Le Vieux Port

by tojoh

Large fortifications protect the narrow passage into the old harbour. The work on these impressive constructions was started by King René I of Naples in 1447 and the work lasted for 6 years. The engineer Jean Pardo planned the defences and Jehan Robert, the mason of Tarascon, carried out the work. You may take a walk on the defences on the left side of the port by foot, but it is limited access to much of the fortress, as it still is a military area.

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Address: 107 boulevard Sakakini, Marseille, Provence, 13005, France