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Located in the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Marseille is the second biggest city in number of inhabitants of France. At the same time has one of the most important commercial ports of the Mediterranean. It is the most ancient city of France which inhabitants are able to enjoy more than 300 days of Sun in a year. It is known as the city of the water for its numerous port facilities and for being the main recreative port of the French coast.

Marseille, which gives name to one of the national symbols, its anthem, is one of the richest city in cultural and artistic heritage.

If you call at the Cruise Port of Marseille you will be able to realize a tour for its Greek and Roman origins and its impressive civil and religious heritage that makes this visit an unforgettable pleasure and a whole class of history.

A cruiser in Marseille cannot leave the city without visiting Notre-Dame de La Garde; the Vieux Port with its forts of Saint Nicholas and San Juan and its tours in ferry between the town hall and la Place aux Huiles; Saint Ferréol; the Castle of If and L’Estaque, a paradise for the lovers of the painting. L’Estaque is a small port placed in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods of Marseilles where tiles were made.