London Marseille Train – Know how to travel by train from London to Marseille (Europe)
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London Marseille Train

The mesmerising journey to Marseille, begins from the beautiful city London. And we make your tour more pleasurable with our outstanding train ticket booking service. Our portal is made to deliver you best services at economical rates. Search available trains from London to Marseille and choose the most suitable one as per your tour plan. Book the ticket online to avoid the hassle of buying train tickets at railway station.

The oldest French city Marseille is the second major city in France after Paris. The major port city is situated on the southeast cost of France in the Provence region. The natural and beautiful city is also known as Port d`Afrique and renowned for its sunny climate, harbour, and a lovely coastline.

There are three options available for you to reach Marseille, when you hop the Eurostar train from London, you can change at Lille on the same station, onto a 186 mph high-speed TGV to Avignon, Marseille, St Raphael, Cannes, Antibes or Nice.  This avoids the need to cross Paris.

Another option you have is taking Eurostar to Paris Gare du Nord, hop the metro or a taxi to the Gare de Lyon, then catch a high-speed TGV train to Avignon, Marseille, Cannes, Nice or Monte Carlo. This would cross Paris, and you get a wider choice at Lille to change at same station as well as cheaper prices available this way. 

Your third option is- direct Eurostar trains from London to Provence on Summer Saturdays. You can reserve you seat and hop the train from London at 07:17.

The high-speed train would take around 6 hours and 15 minutes to take you this beautiful city. But, make sure to reserve your seat in advance, as many people are ready to steal the right option.

Numerous beautiful parks and claques can easily grab the attention of visitors and reflect its natural beauty as well. One can experience the feel of the village in the Marseille, as the locals have maintained it from a longer time. The city is full of gems from the Romanesque churches to the historic Panier district. And, you cannot miss visiting the most popular Notre Dame de la Garde, which overlooks the city from the top of a hill.

If you are a shopaholic, the city centre is the right place for you. Numbers of shops with a variety of products are located here. You can also visit the Grignan, Paradis, Montgrand and Sainte street, which are semi pedestrian streets. Place Jean Jaurès and Le Cours Julien are some of the great places to buy some interesting books. While the Saint-Ferreol Street is filled with trendy shops.

If you wish to try, new and delicious dishes then do not forget to taste Bouillabaisse. It is a fish based stew served with saffron and garlic sauce. Enjoy the glass of Provençal rosé on a terrace at one of the great places the Panier area, before heading to Rue La Maronnaise for cocktails at a beachside bar.

The city is a true cultural melting pot. It has welcomed immigrants from across the Europe and North Africa for long thousands of years. The teeming metropolis of Marseille offers numbers of options to see. Forget your day-to-days life worries and get lost in the Old Port that houses fantastic fresh seafood restaurants and a bustling fish market.

Experience Marseille’s culture – Notre Dame de la Garde – a grandiose marble basilica – watches over the townspeople, while Saint Victor Abbey’s eerie crypts date right back to the 5th Century.

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