Six must visit districts in Marseille during RWC 2023

Perhaps the most appealing and intriguing part of Marseille is the variety. There really is something different around every corner in a city that was previously 111 small villages.  While you might not have time to visit them all, it’s worth getting to as many as you can. Here are six must visit districts in Marseille.  Vieux Port The Vieux Port surrounds Marseille’s picturesque harbour. With fish markets at one end, and castles at the other, the Vieux Port manages to somehow show both the beauty and the grit of Marseille at the same time. There is always plenty happening, but during the World Cup, the atmosphere in the bars and restaurants around the Vieux Port will be electric and with a Rugby World Cup Fan Zone (big screen showing matches) in the middle of it all, the place will go off.  Le Panier The city’s old town dates all the way back to 600 BC. Just a stone's throw from the Vieux Port, and accessible by foot or by a convenient ferry that cr
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