10 reasons to visit Marseille during RWC 2023 

Marseille is France’s second largest city and perhaps the most intriguing of the lot. Much more than just a port town, Marseille was originally 111 small villages that combined over the years to form a beautiful, bustling city that will put on a serious show during next year’s Rugby World Cup.  The Marseillais are beautiful, proud and friendly people who feel it is their duty to show you the best of their city (and convince you it’s better than Paris).  Here are 10 reasons why you must visit Marseille during next year’s World Cup.  The Rugby Marseille’s Stade Orange Vélodrome is a 67,000 seat stadium just 10 minutes by train from the centre of the city. It will host Quarter Finals 1 and 3, which could potentially feature Australia, Wales, England, Argentina or Japan over one massive weekend. The city will be buzzing and it’s the perfect place to watch rugby whether you have tickets to the games or not.  Earlier in the tournament, Marseille will also host
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