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How to get to Marseille?

By Air

Airport Marseille-Provence is the third busiest outside Paris for passenger traffic with over 8 million passengers. Marseille is served by over 30 airlines with direct connections to 100 destinations in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In addition it is connected to over 40 low-cost destinations in France and Europe. 

Scheduled flights include:

  • 20 daily flights Paris - Marseille (75 minutes flying time)
  • 38 regular low-cost destinations in France, Europe, Morocco and Turkey
  • 7 long haul destinations in Canada, Middle East and Africa.

Connections from the airport to the city centre are operated by a 25 minutes bus shuttle service, departing every 15 minutes from early morning until midnight.
More information: https://www.marseille-airport.com

By Train

Marseille Saint Charles Station can easily be reached from Paris in three hours by high-speed train (TGV), operated by SNCF or low-cost OUIGO.

Saint Charles Station is at the heart of the city centre, 5 metro stops on a direct line from Marseille Chanot.

  • Over 200 trains every day
  • 17 Paris/Marseille connections by TGV every day
  • Direct access to metro lines 1 and 2, and bus services

More information: https://www.transilien.com/en

How to get to Marseille Chanot?

Marseille Chanot, Exhibition and Convention Centre is located at the heart of the city and is easy to access:

  • 10 minutes from the Vieux Port
  • 5 metro stops on a direct line from Saint Charles TGV station
  • 30 minutes from Marseille Provence international airport
  • 3 hours from Paris by TGV (17 connections every day)
  • 1,800 on-site parking spaces and quick access to major motorways
  • 3 cash machines within Marseille Chanot
  • Restaurants and eateries nearby 

More information: https://www.marseille-chanot.com/en/practical-information/access-schedule/

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