Pick up and drop off blue city bikes from 130 stations across the city and along the coastal road to the beaches. Users must subscribe online first (per week/year €1/5, plus a €150 security deposit). The first 30 mi…
Ferries leave for Château d’If from the southeastern corner of the Vieux Port (20 minutes, up to 10 daily). You can also visit the nearby, rocky Îles de Frioul on a single or combined ticket (one/two islands €11/16,…
Regular and TGV trains serve Marseille's main station, also a junction for both metro lines. It's about 20 minutes' walk northeast of the Viuex Port. The left-luggage office is next to platform A.
On the northern side of the train station. Buy tickets here or from the driver. Services to some destinations, including Cassis, use the Halte Routière Sud, south of the centre.
For tired or mobility-challenged sightseers, this passenger ferry runs across the harbour between the town hall (northern side) and place aux Huiles (southern side) of the Vieux Port. Departures every 10 minutes.
Most bus services start in front of the Espace Infos RTM, where you can get information and tickets. They also run navettes (ferries) from the Vieux Port to L'Estaque and la Pointe Rouge.
Located 25km northwest of Marseille in Marignane. There are regular year-round flights to nearly all major French cities, plus major hubs in the UK, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Spain.
Has around two to ten weekly services between Marseille and London (from €213, 6½ to 7 hours), changing in Paris or Lille. The French leg of the journey is either by TGV or SNCF.
Links the airport and Gare St-Charles every 15 minutes. The trip takes about 30 minutes.
Runs ferries to/from Marseille and Corsica, Sardinia, Tunisia and Algeria.