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How go to Marseille by bus
Bus, train or carpooling ?
To go to Marseille, each transport has its advantages. The advantage of the bus, is that it's not expensive at all ... Sometimes a little faster, carpooling is nice if you want to talk, but if you would rather rest, you will be more quiet in the bus! Finally, trains can go even faster but they're generally more expensive. At Kombo, we like buses ... But it's your choice, so compare to make your choice !
These buses have direct links to Marseille number from 90 cities. But through correspondences, not less than 237 possible bus tickets to get to Marseille. With a guarantee: allow you to find the cheapest bus.
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On your arrival in the city of Marseille, the bus stops in 10 bus stations:
Traveling by bus to Marseille and explore the city
From along its 240km², in the coast, Marseille has nothing to envy his Parisian competitor. Its crazy atmosphere, somewhat explosive, marked and will mark again the spirits. At the time of its construction, under the Roman Empire, it was a huge commercial port, essential for various transactions and has never ceased to be. His wonderful calancques give it an idyllic appearance, and its heights are home to the breathtaking views bidders restaurants. Culturally, Marseille is full of great surprises. Its Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations, better known as soft acronym MuCEM finely designed by Rudy Ricciotti, gives the extraordinary sensation by penetrating, interfering in a sky diving matrix open, and is easily accessible, either by subway or bus. In the city, history mingles with the contemporary without difficulty, thanks to the ingenious arrangements as benefited the Palais Longchamp, become a key place of life of the city, between the observatory and its legendary nightlife, not far from the metro stop Canebiere. Between jazz cafes, musical evenings, theatrical walks and pubs and cinemas, the Phocean City did not complete to live, day and night, and take you into his ballet activities. Regarding his access, it proves easy, because of its points fall-not less than three, namely: the must Marseille Gare Saint-Charles, the bus station in the Peyssonnel Street and access the Marseille Marignane Airport allow fluid arrival, it is done by bus, subway or car pooling.