Relais de la Magdeleine

Route d'Aix, Gemenos, Provence, 13420, France
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TGV Paris Marseille

by scanos

Obvious question, but is sncf.fr the best way to buy lowest price TGV tickets?

Re: TGV Paris Marseille

by Sarastro

The best way to buy the lowest price TGV tickets is to purchase them from SNCF's own website 90 days before travel:

www.voyages-sncf.com

The only problem is that the English language access to the site has been removed. There is a URL tweak one can make to recover them but it is not terribly convenient.

You might try:

http://www.tgv-europe.com/en/home/

I have heard that many of the cheapest fares (PREMs) are available there.

While they do sell TGV tickets, sites listing themselves as the "Official Eurail Site" usually sell them at a premium.

Keep in mind that picking up tickets purchased on line can be done any time at any SNCF ticket window or boutique. You will need two items:

1. The confirmation number

2. The credit card in hand used for the on line purchase

Travel Tips for Marseille

The Corniche Kennedy

by rickyvilla81

Moving away from the Vieux Port southwards towards the beaches you will be coming down the coastline drive of the Corniche John F. Kennedy. This is the best way to reach the Plages du Prado by car (or foot if you dare!), as the views of the Mediterranean are stunning.
I remember one night I came here with some friends and we watched the gentle waves and the local night fishermen while eating a takeaway from terrible fast-food joint Quick ( I was given a lemonade and not a Diet coke - trust Quick to get it wrong).

Stade Velodrome

by vichatherly

Home of Olympique de Marseille

Home for the day, on 15 June 1998, of England and Tunisia fans.

Huge place, 60,000 seats. You'd better hope for decent weather, as there is much protection from the elements.

Ferries

by JLBG

Marseille has many connections with the whole Mediterranean. Ferries to Algiers and several Algerian harbors and to Tunis are almost daily but several other destinations can be reached from Marseille : the Balearics, Corsica, Sardinia, Crete, etc…

Careful not to get thrown into prison!

by rwlittle

Chateau d'If was built in the early part of the 16th century. Originally intended to be a fortress, storing artillery, its true usage was as a prison, for both common and political prisoners. It was this usage that was immortalized in Dumas' "The Count of Monte Cristo".

Tour boats leave from Marseille's Vieux-Port (old harbor) pretty regularly. Upon arrival, you can tour the prison, the museum, and other parts of the island. Also, there is a snack bar. Be sure to catch the last boat from the island at the end of the day! Also, be cautious when walking the grounds: the island is a nesting place for a breed of large seagulls, and the birds can be quite agressively protective of their nests.

Majesty of the waters

by floche2001

The "Palais Longchamps" is a quiet public garden in the center of Marseille. It dates from the Mid XIX th Century, when Marseille erected a canal from the Durance river to downtown Marseille. it was such an event, that public authorities decidec to erect a gorgeous fountain.
The fountain is really beautiful and figures the Durance river surrounded by two statues sylbolizing the wheat and the vine, symbols of prosperity.
It's a good place to have a picnic in this lovely public garden.

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 Relais de la Magdeleine

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Address: Route d'Aix, Gemenos, Provence, 13420, France