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All reviews fish market vieux port fresh fish watch the world street performers ferris wheel lots of restaurants bouillabaisse walk around nice walk metro station sunny day boat trip notre dame boats mirror city
Around since 600 B.C., this port seems to be the activity center of Marseille, based on what I saw during our April visit. Small fishing boats bob in the water. Residents buy fresh seafood at the fish market. Shops, restaurants and cafes abound. Tourists galore...More
Regarded as the "main centre" of Marseille life, the area is packed with shops, restaurants, bars and places of interest. You can ramble amongst the market stalls selling everything from fish to soap or just people watch from one of the many cafes and bars...More
The vieux port is the centre of this beautiful city, it may not be the official centre but it seems that everyone and everything passes by. In a sunny day it's lovely, take the time to sit in one of the restaurants with outside area...More
Stroll along the quais, take the ferry called Cesar at 0,50€ and you’ ll be part of Marcel Pagnol’s local folklore.
Stroll in the quartier de l’ Arsenal and try to avoid all the tourist traps selling you “La vrai Bouillabaise” . Best address for...More