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The vibrant city of Marseille is famous for its pretty port, historical buildings and moderate climate and this has long been a popular tourist destination among visitors from all over Europe and beyond. Most people who visit Marseille arrive at Marseille-Provence International Airport, while is situated approximately 30kms from the city centre. Visitors who arrange to hire a car through Rent.it will find their choice of vehicle ready and waiting for them at the airport when they touch down. Marseille is also known for its lively nightlife scene and the bars close to the port offer visitors plenty of opportunities to let their hair down and experience a little local colour.
Marseille boasts a large selection of enchanting attractions that are just waiting to be discovered by visitors. Culture vultures will want to start their trip by exploring some of Marseille’s magnificent museums, which include the Musée Cantini, which is devoted to modern art, the Musée Grobet Labadie, the Musée de Beaux Arts and the Musée de la Faience. People who have an interest in the area’s rich history will enjoy spending time admiring the artefacts at the Musée d’Histoire de Marseille, while no trip to Marseille would be complete without visiting the Notre Dame de la Garde. This impressive church was built in the 19th century and is set at the top of a high hill. People who climb to the top of the Notre Dame de la Garde will be treated to stunning views of the entire city.
People who have collected their car from Rent.it will be able to explore the area surrounding Marseille at their own pace. The stunning Cote d’Azure area is just a short drive from Marseille and there are numerous golden sandy beaches to soak up the sun on in this area as well as charming coastal towns and villages for visitors to explore. Two of the most popular beaches here are La Corniche and Plage du Prado, which are set against a magnificent backdrop of the towering Marseille cliffs. People who want to indulge in a spot of shopping can drive to the market town of Saint Tropez, where there are plenty of bargains to be found, while those who venture slightly further along the mainland coast will be able to explore the impressive underwater cave system of Calanques. The caves here are decorated with prehistoric paintings and are accessible by boat, while taking a stroll along the tops of the cliffs to admire the stunning scenery is also an memorable experience.