4 days trip to Marseille from Geneva by bus
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|Tour name||Marseille - 4 jours|
|Opening||Easter Weekend: from friday 30th of march to monday 2nd of april
Pentecôte Weekend: from friday 18th of may to monday 21st of may
October weekend: from friday 12th of october to monday 15th of october
|Time||Departure 6h on friday from Geneva bus station
Return 23h on monday
|Description||Marseille is the oldest city of France. It is also called the door of the World. Founded in 600 before J.C. by Greek sailors of Phocaea, Marseille is the first port of France.
Founded in 600 BC by Greek sailors from Phocaea, Marseille is the first port in France. Spend two days in this amazing city, its cosmopolitan life, its Mediterranean side. It is the second largest city in France is probably the most exotic of all.
The inevitable fish market, early in the morning, towards the Old Port to meet the fishermen who come to sell at auction what they fished during their journey at sea.
Visit the Mucem: the most emblematic museum of Marseille and go eat a bouillabaisse in the district of the basket. It is the oldest part of the city, where the Greek city was established during the creation of Marseille. It was made famous by the soap opera "Plus belle la vie".
After eating, stroll through the pretty narrow streets and colorful facades that recall the atmosphere of a small Provencal village.
And at the end of the day, do not forget Notre-Dame de la Garde also known by the nickname of the Good Mother, so dear to the Marseillais, is the essential place of Marseille. A 360 ° view of all Marseille awaits you there.
For your second day, relax on the beaches of Prado. If you prefer art, go to Julien, the artists' quarter.
With the bus n ° 83, you can also rejuvenate Malmousque and go for a stroll in one of the most picturesque small ports of the city center. This cove is a true paradise on earth.
Take a tour to the beautiful Calanques or visit the nice provençal countryside.
|Duration of circuit||4 jours|
The drop off will be bus station in Marseille, a stop in Vieux port is possible on request
|Departure||6h from Genève gare routière on monday
Arrival in Marseille around 13h
|Return point||Departure from Marseille 17h
Arrival in Geneva around 23h
|Sales point||8 rue françois Bonivard, 1201 Genève|
Autorisation parentale pour les mineurs
|Included||Round trip by bus
City map and documentation
Food and drinks
|Options||• double seat for individual use 25.-|
|Organisation by||Swisstours Voyages|
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