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Car Park in Marseille

Where to park in Marseille?

Marseille, or also known as the Phocaean city, is the 3rd largest French city in terms of area and the 2nd largest in terms of population. It is also the oldest city in France and has always been an important commercial crossroads on the Mediterranean.

Due to its location, Marseille has always been a commercial and social crossroads facilitating cultural exchange with the regions of Southern Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. This makes it a cosmopolitan city that since antiquity has been culturally enriched by many different peoples making it a unique place. This particular atmosphere that the city gives off attracts 8 million tourists every year, which is more than 4 times the population of Marseille. Moreover, the city is represented by its soccer club, Olympique de Marseille, which is a great pride for the city and attracts hundreds of thousands of fans in the iconic Velodrome Stadium.

What to visit in Marseille?

During your stay in Marseille, you will have to visit the Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica, an emblematic figure of the city, appreciated by tourists as well as locals who nickname it "Good Mother". Above its hill, you will have a breathtaking view of the city. You will also have the opportunity to walk along the Canebière, the mythical avenue of Marseille that connects the Vieux-Port to the Eglise des Réformés. Marseille is also known and appreciated for its Opera, its Velodrome stadium and its creeks which will seduce you.

How to park in Marseille?

There are 5 different types of parking zones in Marseille. The green zone is free, the red zone is the most expensive (4€ for 2 hours), the orange zone where you can park longer, the yellow zone is the cheapest and the black zone where you simply cannot park. The green zones are logically the most attractive. However, they are in high demand and often located far from the city's places of interest.

Where to park around the Canebière?

The Canebière being the central avenue of Marseille which allows to visit many touristic places including the Old Port, it is logically surrounded by black, red or orange zones. It is therefore important to book a parking space with Parkimeter in advance to ensure that you will find a space without difficulty by comparing the prices of the parking lots in the area.

Where to park around the Opera?

To visit or go to the magnificent Marseille Opera, the situation is similar to that of the Canebière. Indeed, the place is surrounded by prohibited and paying zones. That's why we recommend you using Parkimeter to plan your parking and enjoy your visit without stress.

Where to park around the Stade Vélodrome?

The Stade Vélodrome, on the other hand, is surrounded by a green zone and therefore free. Parking around this time of French soccer is therefore rather simple and economical. However, during events held in the stadium such as soccer matches, the large crowds they attract can make parking difficult.

Where to park around the Bourse center?

If you want to enjoy Marseille for shopping as well, the Centre Bourse will attract you. The center offers free parking for 1 hour if you spend 30€ in the mall or 2 hours if you spend 60€. Green zones exist around the center, but they are only a few minutes away by foot and are very popular.

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