Marseille basks in the glory of its prime location along France's Mediterranean coast. Once a trading port in the ancient Greek empires, Marseille is now France's second largest city and the largest port in the Mediterranean. There are about 1.5 million people living in the urban area, just a little more in the bigger metropolitan area.
From the Marseille Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Marseille
Booking the room was easy and although a last minute change to a twin bedded room was not possible (the hotel was fully booked) the staff were very helpful and understanding. Although small, the room was clean and had a view over the harbour which was a bonus. ... more
We booked air conditioning Comfort room with Garden view (extra charge) Conditioner didn’t work. They offered to move me to a different room for an extra charge (30 euro per night). So we couldn’t stay in the room during the day, it was too hot outside and inside 30C. ... more
! couldn't decide whether or not to scoot to marseille because of weather, so scooted down to the town instead, to check it out, and see what time the trains departed/returned for marseille, + the cost. very ...
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