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
Don't let the rugged exterior mislead you! Pension Edelweiss made our stay in Marseille this summer. ... more
We were worried about finding the hostel being so far out, but seeing instructions on every round about, we arrived within 2min of the front door, having their telephone No with us, and calling to make sure where we were was not a problem. They were very help with everything and gave us excellent service. ... more
Campsite help - Around Toulouse and Marseille
Hi everyone, Been checking the net again on some camping grounds near Toulouse and Marseille. Please help.......will be driving with my own tent. ...
Looking for a hichhiking partner from marseille to Barcelona
Hi! I plan to Hichike to Spain this week, Iam currently in Marseille but hope to go Spain this week. Does anyone fancy joining me Hawa ...
Marseille is a litle bit scratched, dented and unloved but today it showed us a delightful and most pleasant side. A walk around harbour of Vieux Port and out to Fort Saint-Jean on a warm Sunday afternoon produced some delightful and picturesque scenery, which included some new buildings that seem ...
Posted in Europe 2013 by Jill Forster