How to get to Marseille
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
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
Marseille Provence Airport – Tel: +33 (0)4 42 14 14 14
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3 motorways linking Spain, Italy and Northern Europe pass through Marseille : A7, A55 and A50
Direct link between the A55 Coastline and A50 East motorways via the Prado Carénage tunnel and the Prado Sud tunnel providing quick access to Marseille Chanot.
1800 parking spaces are available at the at Marseille Chanot at the cost of 5€ per day.