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Marseilles

Marseilles

Offering an eclectic mix of cultures and an extraordinary history dating back some 2 600 years ago, Marseilles, the so-called gateway to Provence, is France’s oldest city. Much of the city’s attractions are concentrated around the Vieux Port (Old Port) and can be explored on foot quite easily, although there is an extensive underground, tram and bus network that will take visitors to all parts of the city with relative ease. 
La Canebière, Marseilles historic high street that runs from Vieux Port toRéformés  century. If you’re short on time, why not try the hop-on-hop-off bus, Marseilles Grand Tour, that will take you round the Corniche and climb up to 19th<span 13.333333015441895px;"=""> century Notre Dame de la Garde, located at the highest point in Marseilles, for amazing views of the city. A must-do while in Marseilles is to sample the local bouillabaisse, a hearty fish stew that originated in the city. 
Much of the city’s attractions are concentrated around the Vieux Port (Old Port) and can be explored on foot quite easily, although there is an extensive underground, tram and bus network that will take visitors to all parts of the city with relative ease.