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The Panier

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The Panier

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Marseille Smalll Group Electric Bike Tour

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Get more out of your time in Marseille by going on an electric bike tour. Take the hassle out of navigating, and benefit from having a guide to lead the way. The tour is limited to eight travelers to ensure a more personalized experience. See top attractions such as the Notre-Dame de la Garde, stop for scenic photo opportunities, and find out about secret spots that locals love too.
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Antony P wrote a review Sep 2020
Patras, Greece438 contributions108 helpful votes
i wait so much for this area and i walk all around for 2,5 hours. Even is hard to walk to this street with stones down and because is not straight the road, i was try to see anything. Some photos from the small roads, some balconies and nothing more. Some corners have strange people and perhaps early the morning or late the night it is dangerous
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Astou F wrote a review Aug 2020
Paris100 contributions31 helpful votes
If you like street art, small colorful pedestrian streets with nice shops, good restaurants and fun local people, this is the place to go.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Felicia D wrote a review Jul 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee2,082 contributions324 helpful votes
What fun just to walk around, meander in the shops, have a drink in an outdoor restaurant! The shops are a bit too expensive, but I certainly saw some unusual items. This neighborhood is just what I wanted. Side streets, very Mediterranean atmosphere.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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damsko wrote a review Jul 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands678 contributions153 helpful votes
Basically it's a few streets full of sometimes nice but more often not so special graffiti, some bars and restaurants. It's supposed to be cool, hip and trendy. It's more like Marseille itself as a whole: dirty and bit edgy but a nice experience. Just a stroll through and that's it. Avoid at night.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jun 2020
Sydney, Australia19,321 contributions59,835 helpful votes
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Le Panier, or The Basket, is a lovely part of Marseille. We walked around the streets and just enjoyed our time there. The history of this Quarter is actually quite old. It goes back a very long time. In fact it is Marseille's oldest quarter and dates from the time when the city was founded by ancient Greek settlers who had left Greece in search of a new home, over two and a half thousand years ago. This was around 600 BC and the city was called Massalia. The area is very steep and hilly and this gives it its name. This part, as well as other areas of the city was destroyed during World War II, but it was rebuilt and it has maintained its quaint character. It has several interesting sights, including art shops, cafes, terraced houses and the like, but one of the most interesting is the architecturally beautiful La Vieille Charité, which is devoted to charity work.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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