Marseille is the crown jewel of Mediterranean France. Visit its main harbor, walk along the promenade, explore the Abbey of Saint-Victor, peer into the Garden of Ruins, explore the Longchamp Palace, and relax on Prado Beach or Borely Park. After a sightseeing excursion in English, you will understand why many artists were fascinated by this city, and the youth called it “Mars”.
If you have time, ask your guide to accompany you to the Isle of If, where an old castle that was used as a prison in the 17th century is located. This place inspired A. Dumas to create the "Count of Monte Cristo". Saying goodbye to the city, go up to its main observation deck - a 150 m hill with Notre Dame de la Garde. As 1001guide experts assure, the view from this basilica to Marseille is simply amazing!