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- Palais des Sports de Marseille
- Chateau d'If
- Cathedral la Major
- Timone Hospital
- Prado Beach
- Le Dome
- Parc Chanot Convention and Exhibition Center
- Museum of Civilizations in Europe and the Mediterranean
- Cassis Beach
- International Fair and Exhibition Center Marseille
- Place Castellane
- Palais Longchamps
- Silo Concert Hall
- Bandol Beach
- Dolce Fregate Provence Golf Course
- Radiant City
- La Canebiere
- Les Lecques Beach
- Marseille Opera House
What you should know about La Joliette
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What's La Joliette, Marseille like?
La Joliette is the city's second arondissement, and it is one of the most interesting districts of Marseilles. Hotels in La Joliette, Marseille assure you of easy access to Les Docks, an area that has been recently renovated to create an exciting retail and commercial space with over 80 shops and restaurants. You're also within easy reach of Marseille Cathedral, a magnificent Byzantine-Roman style structure built on a grand scale by architects Léon Vaudoyer and Henri-Jacques Esperandieu in the 19th century. You can still see part of the original 12th century cathedral and interestingly, Esperandieu was also the designer of Notre-Dame de la Garde, the basilica overlooking the Viex Port. Walk up La Canabiere, the avenue that runs from the docks to the city center, or take a look at the 33 story CMA-CGM tower which is part of the Euromediterranee redevelopment project in La Joliette.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in La Joliette, Marseille
Although La Joliette is a thriving business and commercial district where most people speak some English it can be useful to learn a few phrases of French, and locals will be impressed by your efforts. Hotels in La Joliette, Marseille are close to some of the city's best restaurants, and if you'd like to try bouillabaisse a reputable establishment will require you to order in advance. This delicious dish is a full meal, and you should eat it as the locals do; soup first then the fish, with crusty bread and liberally garnished with rouille, a spicy saffron and garlic mix. For more great tips, visit at Hotels.com, where you'll also see some of the best La Joliette Marseille hotels.
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