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2. Go up to the lighthouse where opens an incredible view to the Great Marseille port and the Marseille dock.
Navette is a traditional cookie in the shape of a boat, which is baked in the oldest bakery of Marseilles - the Four des Navettes.32Four des Navettes bakery
Earlier the quarter considered to be the most criminal area in Marseilles, but now its a popular place to visit.FREE3
You will see all the city from the highest point in Marseille.3Notre-Dame de la Garde
The Marseille fish market with the freshest seafood opens right on the Old Port's square daily at the morning.2The Old Port
An ancient French legend says that this fish soup goddess Aphrodite prepared to her lover in order to give him strength and energy for the whole day.2
The most popular alcohol drink in France, which the locals and travelers like to drink as an aperitif in any time of the day.24
The harbor and the old port of Marseille are incredibly beautiful.2Fort Saint-Jean
Calanques or in translation from French small narrow bays, unexplored beaches and rocky coasts you can find all over Marseilles.FREE3
Four kilometers from Marseilles the Château d'If is located, where Edmond Dantes was kept.FREE5Château d'If
Traditional French handmade soap was first manufactured in Marseille. It was made only of natural products without the addition of animal fats.32
A magnificent place with a modern museum side by side with the ancient San Jean fort.351Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations
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