Marseille is a gorgeous French city that enjoys constant sunshine all year round and is blessed with miles of beautiful beaches, not to mention a wonderful mix of cultures. When visiting Marseille, make sure you visit the Old Port of Marseille, Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, and the Musée d'Histoire de Marseille. You should be able to explore Marseille on your own and our Marseille tourist attractions map will serve as your guide. There are also plenty of walking tours in Marseille for tourists who would prefer to explore the city’s tourist sights with a local guide.
Marseille is a great destination for boating. In fact, there are tons of Marseille cruises and boat tours that you can book. From day cruises to dinner cruises and sailing trips, these tours are not to be missed during your Marseille trip. But if you would rather explore by land, then take a look at these Marseille Private Sightseeing Tours. These tours will take you to some of the city’s top tourist spots and may include a visit to Avignon and Aix en Provence.
If you are on a limited budget, you still should be able to enjoy your trip of Marseille. There are free things to do in Marseille for all kinds of travelers to enjoy. But if you are on a limited time, you might as well book one of these Marseille Day Tours. In some of these tours, you will be joining some other tourists in a group tour, allowing you to save money. And since you will be joined with an expert guide, you don’t have to spend time in trying to find these attractions. There are so many tours available for you to choose from, depending on your preferences. If you consider yourself a foodie, these Marseille food and wine tours would be perfect for you.
Marseille Electric Bike Tour
Day Trip from Marseille: Avignon, Chateauneuf-du-Pape and Les Baux de Provence
Electric Bike Tour to the Calanques from Marseille
Historical Center Walking Tour of Marseille
Marseille Street Art Walking Tour
Brunch Calanques Day Cruise