Mercure Marseille Prado Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

11 Avenue de Mazargues, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France
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Costs 51% less but rated 29% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Pics identification

by Redang

Hi all:

When I went to Marseille some months ago, I took two pics but I don't what they are, could you tell me please to identify them?


Pic A
Pic B

Re: Pics identification

by puerto_lover

Well Picture A is certainly the side wall of Abbey of St Victor in Marseilles.

and B seems to be the fortified tower at the same Abbey:,_Marseille

Re: Pics identification


You are correct, it is Abbey St. Vicor, Marseille.
See below to confirm. Make sure you scroll down and double click on the image. It was taken from virtually the exact spot you took your photo.

Re: Pics identification

by Redang

Thank you very much/Merci beaucoup!

Re: Pics identification

by puerto_lover

san fairy ann
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Travel Tips for Marseille


by LoriPori

On the road leading into Marseille, you have a spectacular view of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. We pulled our car over and took a few moments to breathe in the sea air and enjoy what lay before us.

Dolphin mosaic


A mosaic representing a dolphin is on display in the Museum. It had been found during diggings around the old harbor of Marseille. The dolphin is often represented on mosaics all around the Mediterranean. There are several examples in Italy, in Greece, in Tunisia for example.

La Cité Radieuse, School !


As the Cité Radieuse was thought as a unit of living, there was a school. I do not know what classes existed in the beginning but now, there seem to be only a nursery school, at the last level. Just over, on the terrace, there is a ply ground. I am not sure it is still in use. On the 22nd of December, it was really cold and the wind was strong ! Not the best place for a play ground !

little gem

by SSlatter about Lauracée

This restaurant is a bit off the beaten track, but well-worth the effort of finding. You`ll probably be greeted by the amiable chef-proprietor, Christophe Negrel. I chose a Fricassé de Morue (fricaseed cod, tomatos and potatos in garlic à la nouvelle cuisine). My friends chose Poèle Champignons et Foie Gras (compote of mushrooms and foie gras) and Filet de Daurade à la plancha (fillet of Gilthead Sea Bream). My cod was superb: just the right amount of garlic and salt, and my friends were very pleased with their choices. We drank a white Chablis which was okay. The wine list looked good; a bit let down by the coffee, though. Not the best. The bill for three came to 107 euros, 49.50 of which was wine. Recommended.

Basilique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde

by aliante1981

This landmark church crowns a limestone rock overlooking the southern side of the Vieux-Port, and the whole city of Marseille, for that matter. The Basilica was built in the years 1853 ý 1864 followings the norms of the Romanesque-Byzantine style that was really popular in the 19th century. Its belfry, measuring some 46 meters high, is topped by a 15-meter gilded statue of the Virgin, to whom the edifice is consecrated. Another points worth to note are the lavishly decorated interior (this from Byzantine style, too, I guess), as well as marble and mosaic facings.

Visitors come here not so much for the church as for the view--best seen at sunset--from its terrace. Spread out before you are the city, the islands, and the sea. Admission, like to many other religious monuments throughout France, is free of charge for all.


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 Mercure Marseille Prado Hotel

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Address: 11 Avenue de Mazargues, Marseille, Provence, 13008, France