Notre Dame de la Garde depuis le Vieux Port


Marseille, capital city of Provence

Marseille, Capital city of Provence, is trendy and dynamic since 2013 European Capital of Culture. Today you can discover a new and modern district with new museums, such as the MuCEM, national museum of European and Mediterranean civilisations, next to lifestyle shopping malls close to the harbour and opened on sundays !
Since 2016, the building Cité Radieuse of the architect Le Corbusier is listed Unesco world heritage.
In Marseille you enjoy the sea and the magnificient National Park Calanques, with marvellous creeks like medieterranean fjords !
Marseille is 2017 European Capital of Sport !


Marseille Tourism Office : marseille-tourisme

Top thing to do in Marseille


Marseille City Pass

Save money ! Visit Marseille with an all inclusive package. The City-Pass is valid for 24hrs, 48hrs or 72hrs. The pass gives you access to many tourist and cultural services : on foot, by train or by boat, discover the oldest city of france ! Download the application available on GooglePlay and the appstore !

les Terrasses du Port

Les Terrasses du Port

Les Terrasses du Port is a shopping center with 190 shops.
The building is designed in collaboration with the architect Michel Pétuaud-Létang.


Hôtel Intercontinental

Perched atop the Panier hill, in the oldest quarter of Marseille, the InterContinental Marseille – Hotel Dieu, is the most majestic of the luxury hotels in the city.


La Cité Radieuse – Le Corbusier

Classified as “Historic Monument”, the Cité radieuse registered since July, 2016 on the WORLD HERITAGE OF THE UNESCO with 16 other sites in conformance with the contribution exception of the work the architectural of Him Corbusier to the modern movement.

Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée


The MuCEM is a symbol of the importance and rebirth of Marseille: it has joined the circle of the 50 most visited museums in the world.