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Business Class Flights To Marseille

Marseille is a unique city that is home to an equally unique and proud culture. Once a favorite stomping ground of artists such as Renoir and Cézanne, France’s second most populous city was historically the country’s most important trading center off of the Mediterranean Sea. Experience this thrilling location for yourself the savvy way and buy business class flights to Marseille. Experienced travelers agree that nothing can compare to the service, convenience, and relaxation afforded to those who travel on business class flights to Marseille. Enjoy the finest beverages, top-notch food and attentive service aboard your flight, and arrive at your destination satisfied and full of energy for the day ahead.

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Marseille Airport and Business Class Lounge

The Marseille Provence Airport is located 17 miles northwest of the city center and is the fifth busiest airport in France. Those who purchase business class flights to Marseille are able to make the most of their time spent in this airport with access to the business class lounges. Enjoy an incomparably chic experience in these luxuriously quiet and comfortable spaces. Traveling for work? Take advantage of the solitude of fully-equipped workspaces and state-of-the-art technology. Or, get your holiday really started with a delicious gourmet coffee or cocktail, and kick back and relax before you go on to the next phase of your journey!


Things To Do In Marseille

This dynamic and edgy port city is France’s largest urban center situated along the Mediterranean coastline. The heart of the city is the Vieux Port (Old Harbor) and arriving here on a summer evening is an unforgettable spectacle. Watch the fishermen auction off their stock and take in all the views from the Palais du Pharo.

There are several fascinating museums to choose from in Marseille. For example, the relatively new Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations, or MuCEM for short, is housed in a unique building that is in itself worth seeing. There are also the Musée des Docks Romains and Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne for those who wish to learn more about the history of the city and its surrounding area. Notre Dame de la Garde is a large church looming over the city uphill from the port that is also a site you should consider visiting, with its quirky collection of model ships found inside.

Walk around La Plaine, Marseille’s trendiest area, with its many cafes, fountains, and bookstores. If you are visiting on a Thursday or a Saturday, there is a morning market with some incredible deals to be had. For more stunning views of the water, as well as the Chateau d’If and les Calanques, walk along la Corniche and head to Vallon des Auffes. You can also see La Major, the famous striped coastal cathedral in the Joliette area. If you’d like to get a bit more intimate with that beautiful Mediterranean Sea, you can jump in from several beaches such as Catalans, Prophètes, Pointe-Rouge and Corbières. From Marseille, you can also take a boat across to the Château d'If and maybe even check out the exhibition found there, which focuses on the novel ‘The Count of Monte-Cristo’, if you happen to be a fan of Alexandre Dumas.

The oldest part of the city is Le Panier, where you can find the Vieille Charité, a spectacular building that used to be an almshouse but now plays host to several museums, libraries, and cultural offices. Walk along the Boulevard Longchamp up to the Palais Longchamp, which is truly a sight to behold.

Although there is definitely a lot to see and do within Marseille proper, there are a few intriguing options if you’re interested in taking a day trip outside of the city. You could visit the Calanques just to the south, near Cassis, which are a gorgeous series of fjords. The spectacular blue water offset by the limestone cliffs will take your breath away. On the outskirts of Marseille lie the beautiful communities of Allauch and Plan de Cuques, nestled in the rolling hills. L’Estaque, a charming fishing port, is also found nearby.

Much of this coastal city’s cuisine logically focuses on fish and seafood. La Table du Fort and Le Petit Nice Passedat are both legendary for their seafood. Local specialties not to be missed are the bouillabaisse, Marseille’s legendary fish stew made with a minimum of 3 varieties of local fish, and the aioli served with dried cod and vegetables. Dine in style on a sun-soaked terrace at one of Marseille’s many incredible restaurants on Cours Julien. Try L’Epuisette, Chez Toinou, Le Cercle Rouge, or L’Escapade Marseillaise for delightful Provençale fare.


Getting Around Marseille

Marseille is serviced by a good public transport system, which includes the underground metro, tramlines and many buses. If you have any mobility problems, be aware that the metro is not highly accessible and most stations have stairs with no other option, so buses and trams are a safer choice. Tickets can be bought in cafes, stations or on the bus. The ferry that takes you across the Vieux Port is in itself a tourist attraction as it is the shortest commercial boat-ride in Europe. Other ferries connect between L’Estaque, Les Goudes, La Pointe-Rouge and Le Frioul and there are also several boat tours on offer. It is highly recommended that you avoid driving in Marseille as the city center has narrow streets and a lot of one-way roads, not to mention that because parking fines are so inexpensive in this city, pretty much everyone violates the rules and double-parked cars can be seen everywhere. Cycling is also not highly recommended as there are hardly any bike paths, and the chaos of Marseillaise roads makes for a dangerous endeavor.

When you choose to fly on business class flights to Marseille, you make the decision to have a remarkable journey. Whether you are flying for business or for pleasure, know that you will receive the best treatment, finest customer service, and the most luxurious flying experience one could wish for. Arrive in this exciting city feeling refreshed after taking business class flights to Marseille, and guarantee an unforgettable voyage.

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