Au Vieux Panier
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Once gritty and run-down, the increasingly trendy Panier district in the heart of the city is delineated by the 17th-century Fort Saint-Jean at its southern tip, and the unmissable Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations (MuCEM), which opened in 2013, to the west.
In all reality this area is triangle going from the Mucem all the way down the viex port to this located spot on the map. It's the old Marseille with lots of artist, cafés and craft shop for tourists.
This is a great place to walk during the day. You can stop anywhere to have a cafe and enjoy the sun. Also, walk into the different shops open to the public
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“If you come in Marseille you have to get there ! Notre dame de la Garde is a church dedicated to Marie which is on the top of a higher mount in Marseille. From a Christian site, it has become for all Marseille inhabitants, a kind of symbol of the city whatever religion they follow, if ever they follow one. Most important, from its foot you can see a panorama of all the city, it is really wonderful. You can get there by car, bus, touristic train, taxi , but remember that the last hundred meters have to be walked on foot and to make a wish once up there ! ”
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“Culture, visites, musées, théâtres, parcs, bars, restos, vie nocturne, bars.... TOUT. Everything, day time and night life”
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“There are many beaches in Marseille, but the best beaches to swim are definitely the ones on Frioul Island, at 45 minutes by the ferry from Vieux Port (the roundtrip ticket costs 11,10 euros). On this beautiful island, you will find many little creeks with a wonderful view over Marseille.”
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“A large and great park, 300 meters from the sea. After a siesta in the park go have a drink at Escale Borely (a place with numerous restaurants and bars on the beach) to see the sunset.”
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