Whether you plan to travel via plane, train, bus or car, we have compiled helpful information for you.

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Getting to Marseille

A hub for European travel!

Marseille Provence Airport: 100 destinations, 38 countries non-stop flights

TGV Train station in the heart of the city : 3 hours from Paris by TGV (17 connections/day)

Rail travel

Marseille’s main station is the Gare de Marseille St Charles and is located on the east side of the city

1h40 away from Lyon, 3h away from Paris (17 TGV trains per day), 3h30 away from Geneva, 5h30 away from Brussels, 6h30 away from London with the Eurostar, 7h30 away from Milan, and 8h away from Frankfurt

Air travel

The closest airport to Marseille is the Marseille Provence Airport, which is located 27km northwest of Marseille and is France’s fifth busiest airport.

20 daily Paris/Marseille connections (flight time: 1h15)

40 regular low-cost destinations in France, Europe and Morocco

8 long-distance destinations to Canada, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean and Africa

The airport’s 2 terminals welcome more than 9 million passengers every year


Long distance bus

From many regions in France, you can travel conveniently, affordable and eco-friendly by long distance bus to Marseille.

Marseille’s main stop is St. Charles which is located on the north side of the Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Center, reachable in 20 minutes by public transport and an hour on foot.

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By car

3 motorways linking Spain, Italy and Northern Europe intersect in Marseille, offering ideal proximity to some of the region’s key destinations

1 hour to reach the Camargue or Avignon

1h30 to party in Saint-Tropez

2 hours to enjoy the French Riviera

Moving around in Marseille

Marseille is easy to discover by public transport, bicycle or by car. The city also benefits from 2 metro lines and 3 tramway lines, 1,000 bicycles spread over 130 stations, 88 bus lines and 15 car parks with almost 10,000 parking spaces. From spring to autumn, two maritime shuttles operate the Vieux-Port/Pointe-Rouge and Vieux-Port/Estaque connections.

The ferry boat, dear to Marcel Pagnol’s heart, sails back and forth between the Town Hall and the Place aux Huiles square to cross the Old Port.

Getting to the Conference Center

Located in the middle of downtown Marseille, the venue provides easy access to exhibitors and visitors alike.

Taxi stand and Metro station right at the Centre’s entrance

  • 10 minutes metro ride to the main train station
  • 30 minutes by car to the Marseille Provence International Airport
  • Easy access to major highways (A50, A55, A7), through the Prado Sud tunnel
  • 1.800 parking spaces inside the venue

Take bus lines 212223444583 and stop at Rond-Point du Prado.

Take metro line 2 and stop at Rond-Point du Prado.


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.