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Marseille Airport is an ideal hub for visitors to the major metropolis of France's Mediterranean coast or for the elegant resorts of the Cote d'Azur and the lush rural splendor of Provence. Airport hotels are a convenient option for travelers arriving on a late flight or with an early departure time. Transport links from the airport are excellent with rail connections to the city and to destinations along the coast and within Provence. A bus link to nearby Aix-en-Provence connects the airport to France's TGV high-speed rail network. Venere.com has partnered with great Marseille Airport hotels to offer visitors the best value rooms in the region regardless of their budget or preferences. Booking Marseille Airport accommodation in advance with Venere ensures a stress-free arrival in this part of France.

What's Marseille Like?

Marseille is France's second largest city after Paris, but has a distinctly different character compared to the capital. Marseille was founded by Greek colonists around 600 BC and has always been an important port and cosmopolitan melting pot. North African influences are noticeable in the city and in the feel of the bohemian quarter of Le Panier, a gentrified area of hip boutiques, galleries and little cafes. The heart of old Marseille remains the harbor area, the Vieux Port, with fish restaurants around the quayside. The city's main avenue is the Canebière, with elegant 19th-century buildings and smart restaurants. Le Corniche is the beach area where Marseille's smart set like to be seen, although the view includes the ruined island prison of Chateau d'If, made famous in the Count of Monte Cristo. Boat tours allow visitors to explore the ruins. Marseille Airport hotels provide a suitable base for exploring the city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Marseille

Marseille is a vibrant city, but not a regular tourist destination, so it's advisable to brush up on some common French phrases before you arrive. A few handy gastronomic words will offer the best introduction to the city. Cuisine in Marseille blends Mediterranean, Provencal, and north African influences, but is also famous as the birthplace of bouillabaisse, the rich fish stew with herbs and spices. Locals like to preserve their recipe's integrity and some Vieux Port establishments offer opportunities to learn how to prepare it in true Marseillaise fashion, using gurnard, scorpion fish and conger eel. Venere features all the information you need to identify the best option from our selection of Marseille Airport hotels. Guest reviews, photo galleries, and sample room layouts provide a detailed picture of what to expect from Marseille Airport accommodation.

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