The vibrant city of Marseille was declared a European Capital of Culture in 2013. Therefore, you can expect to find plenty of remarkable sights in the city especially in terms of culture. Marseille is also known for its enchanting historical sights. And while you’re here, make sure you indulge in the mouthwatering local delicacies.
Thankfully, exploring Marseille is pretty easy. You have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to the public transportation. There’s an option to take the tram, bus, or the underground train. We have a copy of the Marseille Transport Map to help you on this. The best mode of transportation is the underground railway lines. And to help you with using the train, we have a copy of the Marseille Metro Map that you can check out.
As mentioned, Marseille is home to several remarkable historical and cultural sights. Some of the most famous sights to visit are the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, Le Vieux Port, Chateau Borely Museum of Decorative Arts and Fashion, Museum of the Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean, and the Le Palais Long champ Museums of Fine Arts and Natural History. If you want to know how to visit these sights, check out our Marseille Tourist Sightseeing Map.
Thankfully, Marseille is a city that you can easily explore on foot. So if you’re someone who is fond of walking, go grab our copy of the Marseille Walking Tour Maps. It will provide you with details on how to get from one place to another. But if walking is not for you, then take advantage of the open bus tours in Marseille. Refer to our Marseille Hop on Hop Off Bus map to find out more information about these bus tours.
Read More See Less