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Marseille City Pass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

Marseille City Pass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

From US$ 28.58 per person

The must-have to discover Marseille! Public transports, touristic buses and small trains, museums, culture, and leisure activities: all-inclusive packages. See terms and conditions.

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Duration 1 - 3 days
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  • Have unlimited access to public transportation
  • Enjoy entry to Mucem and Regards de Provence Museum
  • Cross to the Frioul or If islands OR one tour in the Colorbüs (hop on hop off)
  • Be charmed with a tour in a small tourist train
  • One entrance to the If Castle
  • Discounts on many tourist and cultural activities and in partner shops
Full description

The City Pass Marseille is valid for 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours and allows access to many attractions, museums, trains, boats, guided tours, public transport tickets, and more. This pass is dedicated to individual visitors who wish to discover Marseille with an all-inclusive package.

The visitor presents the pass at the museum entrance or at the start of a tour and gets the keys to the city. Enjoy discounts at certified shops and activity partners as well.

• Unlimited access to public transports for the duration of the pass

• Numerous discounts and tasting sessions in partner stores and providers • Access to MUCEM (closed on Tuesdays) • Access to Regards de Provence museum (closed on Mondays)

• Crossing to the If or Frioul Islands OR one tour with the hop-on hop-off Colorbüs Tour (does not operate in January 2022)

• Visit to If Castle (subject to weather – closed on Mondays during winter months)

• A tour in the Touristic Train to Notre-Dame de la Garde or through the Old Marseille (does not operate in January 2022)

• A free guided tour is included in the CityPass 72 hours and at a discount with the 24 hours and 48 hours options (reservation is required, not included in the offer are La Cité Radieuse - Le Corbusier, guided tours at 10€, and private visits)

• Reduced rates for children (7 to 15 years old)

The municipal museums are free of charge all year (with reduced prices for temporary exhibitions when you have this pass)

  • City Pass with listed activities (one time access)
  • Public transportation (bus, metro, and tramway), valid according to the purchased CityPass
  • Guided tours of the Metropolitan Office valued at 10€
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    Meeting point may vary depending on the option booked.

    Important information

    Know before you go

    • The Small Tourist Train and the Colorbüs (hop-on hop-off) does not operate in January 2022
    • In the case of cancelation due to unforeseen circumstances or bad weather conditions, the Tourist Office and Convention Bureau cannot be held responsible: no refund is possible
    • The Tourist Office and Convention Bureau are closed on January 1st, December 25th, and May 1st
    • Get your City Pass at the Metropolitan Tourist and Convention Office of Marseille from Monday to Sunday between 9:00 AM-6:00 PM, just bring your reservation confirmation and your ID
    • Please inquire about the availability of attractions before using your City Pass
    • You may have to wait for several hours to board the boats for the If and Frioul islands during the summer season. The crossing can only be booked on the same day
    • The pass is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase
    • Metropolitan Tourist and Convention Office reservation required for all guided visits
    Customer reviews

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    4.2 /5

    based on 274 reviews

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    Ordering on the internet very easy but a shame not to have a dematerialized card with a QRcode available on the phone. Forced to go to the tourist office. Easy to lose card! That said, our visit to the tourist office was very profitable. Very warm welcome, lots of wise advice to make the most of the City pass. (I think it was JLouis who welcomed us, a big thank you) By activating the 72-hour pass at 2:30 p.m. we took advantage of it over 4 days (practical for taking transport on the day of departure).

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    April 9, 2022

    In Marseille for 3 days, 72h pass purchased. No regrets. Very useful. It is absolutely necessary to go to the cash desk to take a “free ticket” before the outings and above all not to go directly in front of the boats or other. Transport at will, to be used without moderation.

    March 22, 2022

    You don't need a 72-hour pass as most museums in Marseille are free. It is convenient that you can use all public transport with the pass. Unfortunately, some museums are closed. SO a pass for 48 hours is enough to see the most important things such as Mucem or to take a trip by ferry or to take the little train to the Cathedral of Notre Dame de la Garde. On the 3rd day you can get a day ticket for all means of transport buy to visit the free museums, such as Musee des Arts decorations et de la Mode or Le Musee des Beax-Art. Charite is within walking distance, located in the old town. Otherwise we recommend the nightlife area around Cours Julien with countless pubs and restaurants. A detour to the Cite radieuse, the living machine designed by Le Corbusieur, 3rd and 4th floor and roof with a great panorama is worthwhile.

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    July 28, 2020

    Product ID: 4159