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Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde

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Marie
Marie
March 5, 2020
Notre-Dame de la Garde connue aussi sous le surnom de la Bonne Mère, si chère aux Marseillais, est Le lieu incontournable de Marseille. Il faut donc absolument s’y rendre d’abord parce que le monument est exceptionnel, ensuite car vous n’aurez la possibilité nulle part ailleurs de profiter d’un tel…
Nogole
Nogole
March 9, 2020
Vue incroyable sur tout Marseille
Emmanuelle
Emmanuelle
September 16, 2017
Pour la vue ! For the view !
Brigitte Et Vincent
Brigitte Et Vincent
October 14, 2019
Vue exceptionnelle sur la ville. Bus 60 au départ du MUCEM ou du vieux Port.
Sonia
Sonia
January 21, 2020
Impossible de la louper, quand on va à Marseille. Notre regard est attiré par ce point sur l’horizon, reconnaissable entre tous.
Olivier
Olivier
April 29, 2018
Amazing view on Marseille!
Corinne
Corinne
June 19, 2018
marseille a 360degres
Alexandre
Alexandre
December 22, 2019
Vue magnifique sur toute la ville 10 min en bus/ train touristique depuis le vieux-port
Welkeys
Welkeys
February 9, 2018
Impossible de voyager à Marseille et de ne pas visiter la Bonne Mère !
Elisabeth
Elisabeth
December 29, 2019
A 40 minutes de SALON DE PROVENCE La Vierge de Notre Dame de la Garde, la "Bonne Mère", est, entre toutes les autres, l’image symbolique de la ville de Marseille. Visible des quatre coins de la ville, depuis 800 ans, la chapelle Notre-Dame est la gardienne des marins, des pêcheurs et des…
Emmanuelle
Emmanuelle
August 9, 2020
important neo byzantin church from the end of the xix century with an amazing view on the city
Ramcho
Ramcho
July 13, 2020
Catholic Basilica.Best Marseille view. The highest point in Marseille.

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Catalans Plage:Studio entre la mer & le Parc Pharo
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History Museum
“The Museum of the Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean (Mucem) is a national museum located in Marseille. It opened on 7 June 2013, when Marseille was the European Capital of Culture. It has a total surface area of 45,000 square metres, including 4,900 square metres of exhibition space and 7,000 square metres of storerooms containing the museum's 350,000 or so references. A museum of society, the Mucem is devoted to the civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean. The exhibitions are based on various scientific advances: anthropology, archaeology, history, art history and contemporary art. The museum offers information on the ancient foundations of this basin of civilization, as well as the tensions that run through it up to the present day. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)”
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Harbour / Marina
“Nice to stroll down the pier and watch all of the luxury yacht's that lies there.”
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Park
“From the Réformé church (up the Canebière) you can follow the Boulevard Longchamp where you can see nice example of old upper-class buildings to arrive to Palais Longchamp. The palais is worth visiting though it won't take you long. You can visit the "musee des beaux arts" as well as the natural history museum.”
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Shopping Centre
“With more than 170 shops, restaurants and services, Les Terrasses Du Port offers you a multitude of choices. Small or big hunger, there's something for everyone in the restaurants of Les Terrasses Du Port. ”
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Harbour / Marina
“Go for a boat trip on the Frioul’s Islands or the Château d'If: opportunity to discover local flora and fauna, but also a piece of history of the city, perched on a rock. Take to the sea for a real moment of escape which will allow you to taste the crystal-clear water, appreciate the seabed, but also explore the many remains present in this archipelago. Located in the Calanques National Park, they are now considered a Natura 2000 area by the European Union. The landscapes are a major asset of the Frioul archipelago. There are small sandy beaches and many beautiful coves. They are also home to welcoming shops and terraced restaurants around its sheltered port. By flashing a QR code on pic you can directly access of the shuttles for the islands website, or an aerial view video for a first taste or more information.”
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Location
Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 13281
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