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Marseille is France’s second largest city, located on the Mediterranean coast. It has a population of approx. 852,000 (2010). In the metropolitan area live more than 1.5 million people.

Marseille is France’s main port and capital of the French region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and the French Ministry of Bouches-du-Rhone. Marseille considered France’s oldest city.It was founded by the Greeks around 600 BCKr., And was then called Massalia.

The city’s original center, the old harbour, the Vieux Port. It   is about 500 meters long and 200 meters wide.Here you will find a variety of restaurants in all price ranges, and waterfront bustles with life most of the year. Also Marseilles tradition and world famous fish market located in the Vieux Port. Each side of the harbor is guarded by fortresses, which are among the sights: Fort Saint-Jean and Fort Saint-Nicolas.

Marseille has many interesting tourist attractions to offer. The city’s major landmark is the church “Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde,” which is located on a hill 154 meters above sea level. From here there are fantastic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. On top of church towers above an 11-meter high gilded statue of the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus. Marseille’s oldest church 400s –   Abbaye Saint-Victor – located just below them.It is said to have been built for the city’s first martyrs.

Another attraction not to be missed in Marseille, is the old castle “Chateau d’If”, located on the small island If outside the harbor. It was here that the writer Alexandre Dumas put the Count of Monte Cristo in the famous novel of 1844. Otherwise, the long Prado beach (a few miles south of the city) is mentioned. There is also a beautiful beach promenade, where bars and restaurants are all in a row. And is there a need for a different and quieter form of recreation, a stroll in the big Borély Park just east of the Prado beach recommended. However, there is also the possibility of different adventures, and if you so desire. The park contains namely both golf course turf (Hippodrome) and botanical garden.

The nearest airport is Marseille-Provence Airport, located 27 km northwest of the city.