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  • Palais Longchamp

    The Palais Longchamp is located in Marseilles in the south of France, more specifically in the 4th arrondissement of the city. The Palais Longchamp is made up of three main parts: the château d'eau, the east wing (which houses the Musée des Beaux-Arts), and the west...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Marseille, 10 months ago
  • Plage du Fortin

    This lovely wee beach is just a 15 minute bus ride along the coast from Marseille.  It is the perfect place to go for a party, to sunbathe, to chill during the day or to go and have a BBQ. When we arrived there were people playing music at the top of the beach which...

    0 by Itxaso, in What to do Marseille, one year ago
  • Le Bazar

    Le Bazar is, in my opinion, the best club in all of Marseille. It is located right by the Stade Velodrome football stadium at Rond Point du Prado so it is basically half way between Luminy and Vieux Port. This makes it a little easier for international students who...

    0 by Alan, in Erasmus party Marseille, 3 years ago
  • Le Trolleybus

    Trolleybus was probably the first nightclub I visited during my first stay in Marseille. It is located right on the waterfront in the centre of Marseille in Vieux Port. This makes it really easy to access if you live in or near the city centre but it can pose problems...

    0 by Alan, in Erasmus party Marseille, 3 years ago
  • Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde

    Notre-Dame de la Garde is a Catholic Basilica that overlooks the Vieux Port area of Marseille. It's the most famous landmark in Marseille along with the beautiful Calanques (I have also written an article on one of these) and is really the symbol of Marseille, just...

    0 by Alan, in What to see Marseille, 3 years ago
  • Maxi Club

    Maxi Club is one of the biggest clubs in Marseille. It's located just off of Vieux-Port which is the real centre of the city. Because it is so large it is probably the most popular destination for BDE (Bureau des étudiants) parties in all of the universities. As these...

    0 by Alan, in Erasmus party Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Stade Velodrome

    The Stade Velodrome in Marseille is home to the most decorated and successful football team in France; Olympique de Marseille, otherwise known as OM. If you were to ask a Marseillais person what was the largest religion in Marseille they would not say Islam or...

    0 by Alan, in What to see Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Millénium Club

    Millénium (Known as Mystik when I was on my Erasmus) is far the best clubbing option for Erasmus students in Marseille. Even without talking about how good the actual club is, it is still the best option. The best thing about the club is its location (Here you have...

    0 by Alan, in Erasmus party Marseille, 4 years ago
  • O'Brady's Irish Pub

    There are several "Irish" pubs in Marseille and whilst all the other are good pubs, the closest thing you will get to an authentic Irish pub in the city is at O'Brady's. If you somehow didn't know it was an Irish pub from the decor outside, you will know for sure once...

    0 by Alan, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Palais Omnisports Marseille Grand-Est

    The Palais Omnisports in Marseille is a great place to do something that you wouldn't really expect to do in a city in the south of France. My friends and I visited this place a couple of time to go ice skating! The area is home to the local Marseille ice hockey team,...

    0 by Alan, in What to do Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Plages du Prado

    Plages du Prado are situated near the city centre of Marseille and are the closest thing you will get to a traditional sandy beach in the city. Interestingly, they are beaches that were artifically createdfrom the material leftover from the construction of the 2 metro...

    0 by Alan, in What to do Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Calanque de Sugiton

    The Calanque de Sugiton is one of several coves or creeks dotted around the Marseille coastline and it is by far the best in my opinion. I had the pleasure of living right next door to this extraordinary place whilst studying at Kedge Business School during my Erasmus...

    0 by Alan, in What to see Marseille, 4 years ago
  • Les Calanques

    Beautiful turqouise waters, amazing cliffs and scenery, my favourite place in the world. I went here during my Erasmus year and it was out of this world. The sandy beaches, hiking trails, French cuisine and sunshine soaked fields make it paradise on earth. I cannot wait...

    0 by Marie, in What to see Marseille, 4 years ago

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