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It all depends on what you are looking for and on your tastes. If you are trying to find shops selling luxury brand names, or well dressed ladies walking down their poodle dogs then this is definitely not the place for you. Of course it...More
Our initial impression was a good one. Gritty looking area but a hip vibe with plenty of drinking options. We also found a great restaurant there in Café Vian. However, we returned the next night at a later time and I wish we hadn't. Tried...More
I came here in a whensday around noon, and all I found was a dirty area, foul smelling and a bit crowded. There are several cafés (not bad-looking) and a children's playground. The streets around it are also dirty and there aren't any interesting stores....More
We actually stayed in this quartier. When we arrived mid afternoon I wasn't sure - very few people around and shops shuttered up. But by around 5pm the whole vibe changed- cafes, bars and restaurants buzzing with people of all ages & styles. A very...More
Cours Julien is quite and interesting are and also can be inspiring depending on individual artistic side. There's so much to do and visit in the place. Some hidden bars which are good, restaurants offering varied cuisine, art galleries, and antique shops. Also, there's a...More
If you are one of the guided group tours, probably you will find this location too intimidating, being an inner city experience. If you like to explore, are adventurous and easily mingle with locals of all sorts you will thoroughly like it here. On a...More
In Marseille many stores have painted metal curtains that are closed at night and holidays, and not seen during the day, much like the ones in Mexico City centre. Many are fun and refer to life in that particular part of town. The quartier of...More