How to go to Marseille

Marseille is a major city in southern France and is well-connected to other parts of France and Europe by various modes of transportation. Here are some ways to go to Marseille:

    By plane: Marseille has an international airport, Marseille Provence Airport, which is located about 27 kilometers northwest of the city center. It is well-connected to major European cities and other destinations. From the airport, you can take a taxi, shuttle bus, or train to reach Marseille city center.

    By train: Marseille is connected to other major cities in France by train. The city has several train stations, including Marseille Saint Charles, which is the main station. Trains from Paris, Lyon, and other French cities regularly arrive at Marseille Saint Charles station.

    By bus: There are several bus companies that operate buses to Marseille from other cities in France and Europe. Eurolines, FlixBus, and Ouibus are some of the popular bus companies that offer services to Marseille.

    By car: Marseille is accessible by car via the A7 and A50 motorways. However, traffic can be heavy in and around Marseille, especially during peak hours.

Once you arrive in Marseille, you can use the city's extensive public transportation system, which includes buses, trams, and the metro, to get around the city.

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