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Marseille is France's second largest city and one of the most important seaports for the Mediterranean. With a long history dating back from antiquity.
Marseille has been developing rapidly the past decades and it is turning to a cosmopolitan center.
the Greeks founded The initial settlement of Massilia that includes the old port. Today it is mainly used as a yachts port with plenty of cafes and restaurants. It is here that you can enjoy the renowned specialty: bouillabaisse (fish stew with herbs).
At Second World War the north side of the old port was severely bombarded and was rebuilt afterwards.
Some of the main attractions are: The Opera, the national theatre La Criee, La Canebiere, the Rue Saint Ferreol which is a pedestrians shopping street.It also recommended taking a short boat trip starting from the old port to some of the small offshore islands southwest.
On one of the Chateau d'If, is a 16th century fortress used as a prison located on tone of these islets.
Marseille is a city that stands out and it is certain that you will love this vivid city.
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