Specially designed for cruise passengers, this tour will show you the best of Marseille with free pick up and drop off from Marseille cruise terminal. You will see the main highlights of the city: the Mucem (museum) area, the old port, the Pharo Palace, the Vallon des Auffes, the corniche Kennedy, Notre Dame de la Garde basilica and the new Joliette district (Docks Village, Terrasses du port with a lot of shops). You will also take some alleys and places which only the inhabitants of Marseille know. And thanks to your electric bike, you will have less effort to make.
Your pick up and drop off will be organized and the driver will be waiting for you at your cruise arrival. After being picked-up, your tour starts from the Marseille port, in the direction of the Mucem, the museum of European and Mediterranean civilizations open since 2013 and the event "Marseille, European Cultural Capital 2013".After hearing few words about the region history, you will join the old port and ride around the port to go on the other side. Your stops will include the Pharo Palace where you will enjoy the view and have some commentaries on Marseille story.You will continue by going to the "Vallon des Auffes", an old and authentic little port in Marseille.Then, move to the Corniche Kennedy, one of the most beautiful roads in Marseille and will stop in a little creek to enjoy the sea and the nature directly in the city center.The next step of your journey will be one of the most well-known places in Marseille, "Notre Dame de la Garde", the basilica. You will effortlessly climb up to the hill with your electric bike and enjoy a 360° view of the city, with a short visit of the basilica.After this amazing stop, you will return to the port to visit the little district of the Panier (the "Basket"), one of the oldest in Marseille. There, you will take a break to visit this neighborhood and to have your lunch (not included). Continue with a visit of the new Joliette district, an old industrial district which has changed since 20 years to become a new cultural district.Finally, it is time to return at the departure point.