Hotels in Marseille, France
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- Prado Beach
- Cassis Beach
- Museum of Civilizations in Europe and the Mediterranean
- Parc Chanot Convention and Exhibition Center
- Le Dome
- Grand Port Maritime de Marseille
- Cathedral la Major
- Marseille Provence Cruise Terminal
- Timone Hospital
- Palais des Sports de Marseille
- Chateau d'If
- International Fair and Exhibition Center Marseille
- Place Castellane
- Palais Longchamps
- Silo Concert Hall
- Bandol Beach
- Dolce Fregate Provence Golf Course
- Radiant City
- La Canebiere
Best hotels in Marseille
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What is Marseille Like?
One of the largest and oldest cities in France, Marseille is packed with plenty of must-see sites, many of them centered around the port itself. The Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica sits perched above the Old Port, watching over the harbor according to local tradition. The Old Port itself is host to many tours, performances, and sites of interest, including Saint-Ferréol les Augustins, where the Knights Templar once resided. On a more academic note, the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations is the first museum in France dedicated to the understanding of the peoples of the Mediterranean, and houses not only ancient and historical works but also contemporary exhibits. L'Estaque, on the north end of the city, is where many impressionist painters created the works that made them famous. Last, but certainly not least, the city also plays host to a thriving sports scene, centered around the Stade Vélodrome - once used for the World Cup, and now the primary home for Olympique de Marseille FC, the pride of the city. There is plenty to do and see in Marseille. With Hotels.com, our selection of partner Marseille hotels will make it easy for you to see it all.
Hints and Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Marseille
As a major hub for both business and vacations, Marseille's residents are used to visitors, and are as welcoming as the sunny, moderate local climate. Many of Marseille's historic monuments, as well as its cafes and restaurants, are located off La Canebière, so make sure to put that particular avenue at the top of your list! Many choice Provencal accommodations are located there as well. Walking the city is easy in general, though public transit is also more than adequate. A good ol' fashioned firm handshake and a little French will get you a long way in not appearing out of place when interacting with the locals. For food, Bouillabaisse might be the local signature dish, but all kinds of seafood-based offerings are commonplace owing to the city's location and history. And given the cosmopolitan nature of the city, there is surely something for everyone, both in terms of food, and in terms of nightlife, where bars and discotheques proliferate. By searching for Marseille hotels with Hotels.com, you can save money - and time - to make sure you enjoy the full Marseille experience.
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