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Marseille City Pass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

1. Marseille City Pass: 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 sessions in partner stores and providers • Access to MUCEM (closed on Tuesdays) • Access to Regards de Provence museum (closed on Mondays)• Crossing to the If or Frioul Islands OR one tour with the hop-on hop-off Colorbüs Tour (does not operate in January 2022)• Visit to If Castle (subject to weather – closed on Mondays during winter months)• A tour in the Touristic Train to Notre-Dame de la Garde or through the Old Marseille (does not operate in January 2022)• A free guided tour is included in the CityPass 72 hours and at a discount with the 24 hours and 48 hours options (reservation is required, not included in the offer are La Cité Radieuse - Le Corbusier, guided tours at 10€, and private visits)• Reduced rates for children (7 to 15 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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Marseille Tour du Fada: City & Seaside Grand by E-Bike

2. Marseille Tour du Fada: City & Seaside Grand by E-Bike

Enjoy Marseille and the city's main points of interest in only 4 hours, with an electric bike. "Fada" here in Marseille means "touched by the fairies", "crazy" or "mad", it's a well-known expression in Marseille. You will be able to contemplate and even take photos of the following sites: The Panier Neighborhood (the oldest district of Marseille)The Major CathedralThe new MuCem Museum areaThe Old Port (the main place in Marseille)The Pharo (where you have a beautiful view of the Old Port)Malmousque Little PortThe Vallon des AuffesThe Kennedy CornicheNotre Dame de la Garde (the "bonne mère")The Abbaye of Saint Victor There will also be a break of 10 to 20 minutes at Notre Dame de la Garde, allowing you to visit, admire and take panoramic pictures of the city. 

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Marseille Provence City Pass

3. Marseille Provence City Pass

The Marseille City Pass is valid for 72 hours and allows access to a wide variety of activities and discounts across Marseille and the surrounding area. Find out about Marseille and discover the towns of Allauch, Aubagne, La Ciotat, Marignane, and Saint-Victoret. The City Pass includes: • MuCEM (closed on Tuesdays)• Regards de Provence Museum (closed on Mondays)• Tourist train to Notre-Dame de la Garde or the old town in le Panier district• Boat to the Château d'If or the Frioul Islands or sightseeing tour on the Colorbüs bus• Visit to Château d'If • Free access to the metro, tramway, and bus (closed on 1st May) in Marseille • One free guided tour among the ones offered by the Tourist Office of Marseille (except Cité Radieuse-Le Corbusier) at a maximum of 10€ value according to availability. Reservation is required directly at the Metropolitan Tourist Office of Marseille Complimentary Items: • Numerous discounts and tastings in partner shops and service providers Discounts: • 10% reduction in many stores of local products in Marseille and visited cities (for details, please ask us directly at the desk of the tourism office) • Discounted price to the visit of the Stade Velodrome and to the OM shop• Discount for boat excursions in the Calanques with partners: Compagnies Maritimes

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Marseille Shore Excursion: Half-Day Gadjo E-Bike Tour

4. Marseille Shore Excursion: Half-Day Gadjo E-Bike Tour

You'll be met in front of your cruise ship, and after a shuttle ride to the starting point and a security briefing, your guide will lead you out on a 4-hour sightseeing tour by e-bike. Hear stories about the various landmarks and monuments you see along the route. Highlights of the tour include MuCEM, Marseille’s old port, Pharo Palace, Vallon des Auffes, and Notre Dame de la Garde. You’ll also explore alleys only Marseille locals know about. With your e-bike, although you’ll need to pedal, there’s not much effort involved! Groups are small, with a maximum of 8 people and your smiling local guide. For groups of more than 8 people, you can contact the local operator for arrangements. At the end you will have choice to be dropped in city center before coming back to ship on your own with a free shuttle provided by port authority.

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From Marseille: Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, & Cassis Tour

5. From Marseille: Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, & Cassis Tour

Start your day with a guided walking tour of the historical heart of Aix-en-Provence. Visit Aix Cathedral and soak up the atmosphere of the narrow streets, squares, fountains and private mansions of the medieval city. Taste the foods of the region along the way. Then, drive to Cassis, famous for its cliffs and sheltered inlets known as "calanques." Considered by many as the "Little Saint Tropez" of Provence, the picturesque settlement is also famous for its seafood restaurants, small port and tiny town center. Relax on the beach, or take a mini-cruise through the natural canyons (not included), often compared to the fjords of Norway for their turquoise waters and white cliffs. Enjoy some free time at leisure for lunch, and then go on a short hike at the top of Cap Canaille, the highest sea cliff in Europe. Get a panoramic view of the Bay of Cassis and Mediterranean Sea before the journey to Marseille. Upon arrival in Marseille, discover the main monuments of the ancient city, established around 600 BC by colonists coming from Phocaea. Visit the Basilica of Notre Dame de la Garde and get 360-degree panoramic views. Stroll around the Old Port (Vieux-Port) and go to the 17th-century fortification of Fort Saint-Jean, now part of the new Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations (MuCEM).

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What people are saying about Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations

Very well organized, with pick-up from the ship; only small group of 8 people; Very nice tour guide from Munich showed us a lot of "his" Marseille in a varied way. Bicycles weren't the most modern, but they ran like clockwork. The son (15 years) in particular was absolutely delighted with this excursion.

Super practical but you have to arrive before the Tourist Office closes ?? !! Hot !! hot !!! Covid-19 has changed the schedules?!?!

Ticket pass where boats, transport, and museums are included. I find it very practical, and it saves money.

I' m glad we' ve bought it since that gave us the opportunity to travel in the entire city!!!!

I took transport quite a few times. I also visited museums