Marseille Cruise Reviews

Marseille Cruise Port
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Marseille Overview
Marseille, gateway to Provence, is France's largest port and second largest city, with a vast history stretching back more than 2,000 years to its foundation by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. ...
online2780998
09/16
Visited city on my own Visited Catadrale Majoor took BUS 83 along coast took ferry Read more
kookie72
09/16
Marseille is not the nicest place. We did go around to the fort which was really nice. Probably the only ... Read more
Peter Mendez
09/16
Took shuttle bus into the marina and had a drink and some food. Read more
Ballasalla
09/16
advised by cruise line to stay onboard Read more
kjkemp22
09/16
Lovely city. We paid 17 euros each for the transfer, but there was a free shuttle bus that they never told ... Read more
Ky50
09/16
In my opinion the best deal is booking thru a local dealer with good ratings on trip advisor, again the ship ... Read more
ItTastesPurple
09/16
We opted to stay in Marseille and to do our own thing instead of taking a tour. We took a cab to Notre Dame ... Read more
gayechristiansen
09/16
It was Sunday so a lot was closed. It was fun to buy bread and cheese and eat crepes in France. You do have ... Read more
TheCruiseGuru
09/16
Too expensive. Read more
kriscraig
09/16
Didn't get of the ship, heard to much bad reports from here Read more
mulberry84
09/16
very expensive. walk out of port following green line. local buses into town, less than 2euro each way. Read more
ES5331
09/16
Took cruise shuttle to town $10-12 per person return. Very pretty port.Then took road train up to Cathedral - ... Read more
Shanesmanor
09/16
Lovely place to people watch and chill get taxi into town cheaper than cruise ship transfers Read more
hojoalmelisa
09/16
We took a taxi to the city centre Read more
Walshy1000
09/16
Go to Lourmarin - really beautiful small village. Aix En Provence is just a city - pass Read more
1fakind
09/16
A long walk to the bus terminal outside the cruise ship. We walked it but it's long in the heat. I recommend ... Read more
SweetCruiser39
09/16
We took a taxi with several groups of people to Cassis where we went kayaking. It was incredible, but not ... Read more
Nydiao
09/16
Nothing much to say other than the transfer to the town was fine but a bit expensive. $15/per person to take ... Read more
arcants
09/16
The guide was clearly fed up and gave us an hour to ourselves from a four hour tour. Read more
jonfromcincinnati
09/16
There are both cruise-provided shuttle buses (for a fee) and taxis available immediately upon disembarking ... Read more
ssamson
09/16
This was a much bigger group that we traveled with out to the Luberon Villages. It was a wonderful relaxing ... Read more
Bill Sarre
09/16
Got the shuttle to the old port. Nice enough, usual tourist stuff, but fine Read more
Cheddar19
09/16
Took a cab down town and then hoped on the hop on hop off... we stayed on and rode the bus all the way around ... Read more
Shazzamataz
09/16
Stayed on the ship. Read more
aucc
09/16
Took a ride on that petit train thing. Got a great view over the city. You see several homeless people and ... Read more
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