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Marseille History Museum

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Marseille CityPass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

1. Marseille CityPass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

The City Pass Marseille is valid for 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours and allows access to many attractions, museums, trains, boats, guided tours, public transport tickets, and more. This pass is dedicated to individual visitors who wish to discover Marseille with an all-inclusive package. The visitor presents the pass at the museum entrance or at the start of a tour and gets the keys to the city. Enjoy discounts at certified shops and activity partners as well. • Unlimited access to public transports for the duration of the pass• Numerous discounts and tasting in partner stores • Numerous discounts for tourist and cultural activities of providers • Access to MUCEM (closed on Tuesdays) • Access to Regards de Provence museum (closed on Mondays)• Crossing to the If (subject to weather) or Frioul Islands OR one tour with the hop-on hop-off Colorbüs tour • Visit to If Castle (closed on Mondays during winter months)• A tour in the Touristic Train to Notre-Dame de la Garde or through the Old Marseille • A free guided tour of the Metropolitan Tourist Office is included in the CityPass 72 hours and with a 30% discount for the 24 hours and 48 hours CityPass, valid only for visits at 10€ (reservation is required, subject to avaibility and not included in the offer are La Cité Radieuse / Le Corbusier and private visits)• Reduced rates for children (6 to 12 years old) The municipal museums are free of charge all year (with reduced prices for temporary exhibitions when you have this pass)

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 352 reviews

In addition to free entry to the Mucem and the center of the old charity, we took advantage of the pass to use all means of transport and thus travel through the different districts of Marseille, tram, metro, bus and ferry We appreciated the freedom that the past gave. We could walk around Marseille and then take any transport we wanted… We also went to the Frioul islands.

The 48-hr city pass has made my stay in Marseille easy. I took bus or tram, and the boat Le Bateau Frioul-If. After paying over 5 EUR, I visited 2 islands, that was a good choice. Lunch at Frioul Island was authentic and delicious. I also took the little train to the Basilique Notre-Dame. The hill was stiff, so it definitely saved some energy by taking the train.

It was great - I just had to go to the specified service office - I got a small cardboard pass in the size of a credit card and the mail went off - I could use this thing to go to the museum, use all local transport, take the steamer or the red bus - it was very cool .

Great welcome at the tourist office Advice on using the https://roadbook.travel/r/FMTJ98 card offered and sent by SMS Low cost compared to the activities offered

Great pass, visited 6 museums with it and rides metro e bus and got discount on ride to Notre-Dame and entrance