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One of the attraction listed while our cruise anchored in Marseilles. There was a bus from the ship to downtown. It was tricky to find the metro station from the spot we got off the bus. With Metro you arrive at the back of the...More
We took the tram to get there and it truly has the WOW factor. It had a wonderfully calming atmosphere. The steps up to the top can be hard going, but once there the view is outstanding. Well worth a visit!
Marseille is a beautiful port city. We were fortunate enough to spend some time at this monument in the 4th arrondissement of Marseille, France. The statues high above, as you stand at the bottom and look up, are awe inspiring. It takes you back to...More
Having read mixed reviews, it was great to see the Palais Longchamp up close and personal. It exceeded expectations and provided a magnificent photo opportunity too. There was some graffiti but that did't really detract from the aesthetic experience. Wee got there easily and back...More
Massive flowing fountains and gleaming white sculpture set in a green lush lawn-like setting evoke Roman gods and mythology. This was a totally spectacular fountain complex.
It was started in 1839 and finished 30 years later. There had been a zoo which closed in 1987....More
This is off the main tourist route, but well worth a visit. You can easily walk from the harbor and that, in itself, is interesting. This was built to celebrate the canal that brought water to Marseille and is over the top amazing. There is...More
Thank you, Jas, for your response.
We will take tram to go to Notre Dam Cathedral, and then back to old town. Probably will be able to find another tram or metro to go to Palais Longchamp at Vieux Port. Thanks again.