Le Ryad

16 r Sénac de Meilhan, Marseille, 13001, France
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BUS FROM MARSEILLE TO AIX

by graefin

Please advise best bus route from RCL Cruise Terminal in Marseille to Aix:
What Bus Line? or bus number
From what Bus Station in Marseille to which Bus station in Aix.
Where do we buy tickets?
How long does it take and what is the cost?
Anything else you can recommend.
We only have 1 full day for this round trip.
Thanks in advance

Re: BUS FROM MARSEILLE TO AIX

by cubsur

You will be pleased to know that there is bus from Marseille to Aix as frequently as every 5 minutes at peak times, every 10 - 20 minutes for most of the day including weekends. Journey takes about 30 minutes as they go along the motorway. It's route 50 or 'Navette Aix - Marseille'

The timetables and a whole lot of other information can be downloaded here

http://www.infociao.com/pdf/reseaux/aix_marseille_autoroute.pdf

and some more here

http://www.navetteaixmarseille.com/

All in French only.

One way fare is €4.60 ticket from the driver.

Sorry I don't know where the RCL cruise terminal is located in Marseille and therefore how to get from there to the bus terminal at Porte D'Aix.

Hope that helps anyway.

Re: BUS FROM MARSEILLE TO AIX

by graefin

CUBSUR,
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS VERY DETAILED REPLY. IT IS MOST HELPFUL.

Travel Tips for Marseille

The Jardin des Vestiges

by JLBG

The quays were made of material taken from previous Greek buildings. Remains of the Roman city walls can still be seen. The "Jardin des Vestiges" have been arranged as a pleasant and peaceful place where to wander, close to the busy Canebière.

Aix

by albert34

Instead of travelling by train,the bus (navette) from Saint Charles bus station in Marseille is cheaper,twice quicker and more frequent.
This picture shows the popular confectioner's La Cure Gourmande in Place de l'Hotel de Ville.There is another shop of La C.Gourmande in Marseille,19 rue La Canebière.

I flew from London with a stop...

by anglosaxon

I flew from London with a stop in Lyon for 55 pounds.
Within Marseille it was nice to walk but, you will be using the metro or the buses at some point. It's standard French transport so one ticket works on everything. The trains run an excellent south coast service and I recommend day trips to Montpellier and Nice.

make a boat trip to calanques

by hanspeter_W.

The calanques are inlets and bays created out of the cliffs between Marseilles and Cassis in southwestern France. They may be viewed by boat or by hiking. Make sure that if you are hiking, you come prepared with hat, sunscreen, and fresh water, especially in the summer when temperatures can soar. Walk along the waterfront of Cassis to look for the various boat tours offered to the calanques which are a short distance away. The trip can be taken virtually all day and the boats take travelers to either 3, 5, or 8 calanques in less than two hours. Of course, if you want to drive the car to a hiking trail and walk down to a calanque, you will have the leisure time to relax, swim, or picnic.

Read more: http://france-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/cassis_france_a_seaside_gem#ixzz0P0yPl6Ti

Notre Dame de la Garde Cathedral

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

In 1214, the abbot of St Victor allowed a hermit, Master Peter, to construct a chapel on this hill. He quite naturally called it the Chapel de la Garde, the name of the hill on which there was a watch tower. Over the years this chapel became a pilgrimage for Christians. In 1477 a new chapel was built on the site of the old one.

Frangais I had a fort built on the la Garde mountain and had the chapel, which was consecrated in 1544, altered and enlarged. On the door of the fort, which together with the drawbridge has been conserved, can still be seen the coat of arms of Francais I, three fleurs de lys and the salamander.

s4In 1853 a new church was built, but only after much discussion. Indeed, the Ministry of War had to befpersuaded to abandon the fort and accept that a cathedral be constructed in its place. The architect Esperandieu, also designer of the Major cathedral, built it in the same Roman Byzantine style. The basilica of Notre Dame de la Garde was consecrated on the 4th June 1864.

It has been given the popular name of "Bonne Mere" or "Good Mother" over the centuries by the pilgrims who sought its protection. This is the slightly unconventional but very significant name under which the local population continue to venerate their church. The building was crowned by the virgin and child's statue on the 21st June 1931 in the presence of 300,000 people. Whether Marseilles is approached from the sea or the land this immense statue dominates and seems to cast its protection over the city.

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Address: 16 r Sénac de Meilhan, Marseille, 13001, France