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“If you come in Marseille you have to get there ! Notre dame de la Garde is a church dedicated to Marie which is on the top of a higher mount in Marseille. From a Christian site, it has become for all Marseille inhabitants, a kind of symbol of the city whatever religion they follow, if ever they follow one. Most important, from its foot you can see a panorama of all the city, it is really wonderful. You can get there by car, bus, touristic train, taxi , but remember that the last hundred meters have to be walked on foot and to make a wish once up there ! ”
“From the Réformé church (up the Canebière) you can follow the Boulevard Longchamp where you can see nice example of old upper-class buildings to arrive to Palais Longchamp. The palais is worth visiting though it won't take you long. You can visit the "musee des beaux arts" as well as the natural history museum.”
“The Cours Julien is the perfect place for a morning coffee or lunch. Walk around the side streets and check out the Street Art. In the evening, stay for some exotic dinner and maybe a late drink with some live music.”
“Part of the calanques national park. It is both a beach option and a hiking trail. You can access it by bus very easily. It's breathtaking. Don't hesitate to take a walk on the path going through the mountains. I love it also for mountain climbing and swimming.”
“A large and great park, 300 meters from the sea. After a siesta in the park go have a drink at Escale Borely (a place with numerous restaurants and bars on the beach) to see the sunset.”