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Le Vieux Port
Leave Marseille Airport in your car hire vehicle and head toward the old port. One of the best-known parts of Marseilles. Fishermen's wives auction off their wares in the fish market opposite the boats. Next to Cours Estienne d'Orves is the Place Thiars, the liveliest part of this district. The Theatre National de la Criée and the Basilique St Victor are both well worth a visit
La Canebière has shopping streets such as Rue St Ferréol, and the Musée de la Mode, the Musée de la Marine, and the Opéra. .
A walk through this district, close to the old port, and see the Provençal pedestrian streets lined with multi-coloured buildings. The Clocher des Accoules, la place des Moulins, la Vieille Charité .
Drive your hire car to the Joliette docks with their long red brick buildings along the motorway footbridge. The 4 blocks of buildings were built in the nineteenth century and the interiors have been completely renovated. The Musée des Docks Romains is dedicated to the history of the port of Marseille. T
LPlace Jean Jaures is also known as La Plaine. This square has a market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays . There is a wide choice of restaurants, bars and pubs .
le Cours Julien has a variety of cafés, cabarets and fringe theatres such as Chocolat-Théâtre.
Drive to the Prado to see the Boulevard Périer and the Rue Paradis. The Parc Borély and its castle provide one of Marseille's biggest open spaces. The racecourse here is very popular.
Dominated by Notre Dame de la Garde. The name La Bonne Mère (literally 'the Good Mother') comes from the enormous statue of the Virgin Mary on top of the bell tower.
Take your hire car and drive along The Corniche (coastal road) winds along the Mediterranean coast the Musée d'Art Contemporain is here. There are plenty of good views but the beaches are mostly hidden.
Hire a car from MarseilleAirport and visit the Musée Grobet Labadié, the Musée des Beaux Arts and the Muséum d?Histoire Naturelle - the natural history museum which used to be a zoo Hire a car at Marseille/Provence Airport and enjoy Marsailles