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      City Break Marseille

      Marseille a trip to the oldest French city

      Not only is Marseille France’s oldest city but also the second largest, so there is plenty to see and do. It doesn’t matter whether you are near the docks, beaches or in the city itself but just make sure you rent an apartment so that you have a good base to explore the city from.

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      • Adagio access Marseille Prado Périer, Marseille
        from 56€*

        Just a short walk from the convention center and with convenient access to the city center, the Adagio Access Marseille Prado Périer is...

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      • Adagio access Marseille St Charles, Marseille
        from 60€*

        The 3-star Adagio Access Marseille Saint-Charles holiday residence is extremely close to Marseilles city center and the old port. Its...

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      • Hipark By Adagio Marseille, Marseille
        from 60€*

        Ideal location in the heart of Marseille. Has a gym, sauna, meeting room and private parking (on demand, extra charge applies). 500m...

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      • Adagio Marseille Prado Plage, Marseille
        from 61€*

        This Adagio Marseille Prado Plage features 94 apartments and is close to the business district of Prado and 100 m from beaches. The...

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      • Adagio Marseille Vieux Port, Marseille
        from 75€*

        The Adagio Marseille Vieux-Port (ex République) welcomes you to the heart of the city, 10 minutes from the old port and La Canebière. The...

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      See also : Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde - Visit the Calanques National Park - Visit the Frioul Islands

      Gateway to the West

      Formerly a Greek settlement in the 7th century, the Romans seized the city in 49BC and it became the “Gateway to the West” for most Oriental trade. The docks are now the largest in France and the city has close links with the Middle East and North Africa. It is very lively and exotic and the old harbour has a renowned fish market.

      Things to Do

      The Chateau d’If (Castle of Yew) and Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde were both built as fortresses to protect the city. The Chateau never housed troops and became a prison, whereas Notre Dame was originally a chapel and then became a basilica and was only decommissioned in 1954 from military use. In the city centre itself, narrow stepped streets, quiet squares and fine 18th century façades contrast with the thoroughly modern bright blue structure on stilts that is the new L’Hotel du Departement (Government headquarters) and Le Corbusier’s post war radical housing complex – Cite Radieuse. Whilst you are in Marseille you must go and try the bouillabaisse (a fish stew) which originated in the city. And for some peace and tranquillity head out to the beaches of Prado which have beautiful white sand perfect for holidays in the south of France.