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Marseille Cruise Reviews

Marseille Cruise Port
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Marseille Overview
Marseille, the gateway to Provence, is the second largest city and largest port in France, and an ethnic melting pot that befits its proximity to Africa. But the city traces its history further east: ...
Horizon Expander
07/15
An ok port, a little boring. Read more
Jsmall
07/15
Were not allowed to dissembark by foot due to building work in harbour so either had to get taxi 25€ to ... Read more
daisyplus
07/15
Tour again cancelled but took shuttle and again had a pleasant day, lots to see and do. Read more
Fritzie
07/15
Not my favorite port--locals seemed irritated by the tourists and not very helpful. Read more
Chufty
07/15
A very nice port. A shuttle bus was offered but well worth going in for the few hours. Read more
pazza cruiser
07/15
shopping could of been better. shops were closed was a sunday Read more
Puffin68
07/15
Much of the action revolves around the Vieux Port. There are two main sight-seeing tours around the city with ... Read more
gettinold
07/15
Why didn't the cruise line tell me there was a free port shuttle into the old town ? I paid around 60 Euros ... Read more
shirleyuk
07/15
Too far from the port 23€ transport stayed local. Read more
Rperes
07/15
We had no time to see Marseille but we had a NICE meal at the restaurant in the Airport! Read more
corku2fan
07/15
Marseille – You can’t walk to the town from the ship and have to pay €23 per person return ... Read more
Allure Cruise
07/15
No we did our own thing and took an open topped bus tour which was very nice and the weather was fab. Read more
linda3693
07/15
Cant comment as didnt get off Read more
Constance Beresford
07/15
A big city, we hired a tour company to take a party of 6 to Avignon, wine tasting in Chateauneuf du Pape and ... Read more
Caribbean PR Princess
06/15
Ship docks far away from town in an industrial area and cruise line wants to charge $23 per person to shuttle ... Read more
skylight
06/15
We did go privately to Aix Provence which was beautiful and had a market full of great leather bags and food. ... Read more
CruiseMichael
06/15
Take the Tourist Trolley Train from the old port and you can comfortably see all sights Read more
Tertel13
06/15
We took the shuttle in, I think we had to pay 23 euro for this shuttle (billed to the room), and were dropped ... Read more
pn1
06/15
taxi drivers were on strike the day we were in Marseille. There was a bus from the port but you had to walk ... Read more
jmaddock
06/15
Didn't stay long as embarking on ship, left Marseille same day on disembarkation Read more
viewfromthehill
06/15
The immediate area of the Old Port is very picturesque, but the area is a bit dirty beyond. Read more
Supt
06/15
Found the Notre Dame trip very busy and crowded. There were four other ships in port with us at the same time ... Read more
malg1
06/15
Shuttle bus was GROSSLY overpriced, port was as boring this trip as it was a few years ago. Did eat gelato at ... Read more
CactusGirly
06/15
We did an escape game here and some souvenir shopping. Generally a dirty city, many homeless. Read more

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